Istanbul Transportation

  • Sutluce Port, Istanbul, TR
    Sutluce Port, Istanbul, TR
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  • Sirkeci Terminal, Istanbul, TR
    Sirkeci Terminal, Istanbul, TR
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  • Sirkeci Terminal, Istanbul, TR
    Sirkeci Terminal, Istanbul, TR
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  • 1. Tram

    Fare now 4 Lira one time token (Jotun) and 2,5 Lira if using Istanbul Cad - Akbil Connection with the Airport Metra at Zeytinburnu and...

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  • 2. Bosphorus Ferries

    We decided to hop on a ferry, we thought we were going from Eminou to Karakoy, which doesn't really make a lot of sense since they are right across from one another and connected by bridge, but we...

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  • 3. Metro

    Interactive transportation map for Istanbul on Google Maps. I'm trying to update it with future projects and under construction phases. You can check it here at http://www.istanbulmetromap.com Or We...

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  • 4. Sabiha Gokcen Airport - Transport

    HAVATAS is running Shuttles buses between Sabiha Gökçen Airport and Kad?köy and also toTaksim. The shuttles are white colored and parked in front of the terminal building arrivals level exit. To...

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  • 5. Funicular - Tunel

    The most efficient and cheap way to get from a to b in Istanbul by public transportation is undoubtedly by metro, tram, funicular and/or ferry. These means of public transportation are very...

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  • 6. Taxi

    (sorry I have had to remove the picture at the request of our friend, from Turkey) Okay so you say that taxis are regular things...well they are, but even a taxi can be special here in Istanbul....we...

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  • 7. Ataturk Airport - Transport

    Arriving at Atatürk Airport you have a few options to get into town. The fastest and cheapest is to use the metro combined with the tram. Metro line 1 starts/terminates at the airport. Going into town...

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  • 8. Train

    Istanbul has good transportation: train (incl subway), bus and taxi. I prefer to use train because cheap and on time.I also use this train from/to airport. You need to buy coin called "jetton" from...

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  • 9. Ataturk Airport

    Each time I've used Ataturk airport it's been thronged with people. It's a major transport hub, with many flights connecting through it and in consequence it's an absolutely fantastic place for...

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  • 10. Flights

    Istanbul has two international airports: Atatürk Airport on the European side and Sabiha Gökcen Airport on the Asian side of the city. I arrived and departed from Istanbul's Atatürk Airport with...

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  • 11. Bus - Local

    The problem I have with the Istanbul IETT public transportation buses is, that there seems to be no maps showing all the different lines (well with about 600 lines it could prove an impossibility to...

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  • 12. Driving

    At quite many places in town I came across this kind of equipment which was used as a means of directing the traffic in the right and only direction. Going the right way the tires will press down the...

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  • 13. Akbil Transit Pass - Now Replaced by Istanbulkart

    Public transport and your feet are the best ways to see Istanbul. Public transport is extremely cheap, and the easiest way to pay is by ABKIL CARD (JETON) My Hotel said not to buy one, what a...

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  • 14. Bosphorus Cruise

    As Istanbul has a population of about 17 million people and the city is consisting on both continents as Europe and Asia, each day millons of locals cross the Bosphorus on sealines to reach their...

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  • 15. Bus - Long Distance

    This probably should really be a Things to Do tip but for people who want to go to Gallipoli and working out how to get a tour from there, heres a company that do a return bus from Istanbul so you can...

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  • 16. Walking

    The viewpoint of a solo middle-aged female with no Turkish at all apart from 'please' and 'thank you': Istanbul is a very, very safe city to explore on foot and walking is by far the best way to see...

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  • 17. Funicular - Taksim to Kabatas

    One of the latest additions to Istanbul’s public transport network is the Kabatas to Taksim Füniküler F1. The funicular service started on the 30. June 2006. The bottom station can be found at...

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  • 18. Airport Transfers

    If you don't have or want to use an Istanbulcard you will have to use tokens for the local journeys. They can be bought from automats which can be found at the Atatürk Airport as well as at many tram...

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  • 19. Cable Car - Teleferik

    If you wonder where the best place to see the pearl of Istanbul is, the Golden Horn, and the first place coming to mind would be the Pierre Loti Hill. You can reach the hill by walking right next to...

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  • 20. Sirkeci Railway Station

    Istanbul Sirkeci Terminal, also known as İstanbul Terminal, (Turkish: Sirkeci Garı) is a terminus main station of the Turkish State Railways (TCDD) in Sirkeci, on the European part of...

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  • 21. Dolmus

    Hello, You can take the round-the-clock "dolmush" shared big yellow taxi-van (Taksim-Topkapi line) and drop at Aksaray at the corner and walk a little back to the street left. Taxi costs around 10...

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  • 22. Marmaray Railway Line

    "Marmaray" is the most new underwater rail system started for operation now as of October 2013. It connects the both sides of Istanbul directly under the "Marmara Sea", sothat you can cross from one...

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  • 23. Hop On Tour Bus

    We have taken the Hop On/Hop Off bus in a few cities now. Istanbul's tour starts at Hagia Sophia/Sultanahmet and ends at the Blue Mosque passing about 70 sights - including all the highlights - in a...

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  • 24. Turkish Airlines

    We flew direct with Turkish Airlines. Although the staff could not speak English fluently and trying to get milk out of them was a bit of a struggle, I cannot complain. We had a lovely flight with...

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  • 25. Istanbulkart

    IstanbulKart or AKBIL (as they call it in turkish), is a very useful option when staying in Istanbul. You can buy this smart card from newspaper kiosk all over the city. The price is 7 TL and you can...

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