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Ramazan Verreist als Paar im September für 1 Woche. In some cities these service vehicles are used by many companies combined, and a fleet of them, to different parts of the metropolis, will be waiting.
The company may also choose to combine the passengers of multiple buses; meaning that you may have to wait until another bus or two arrives before departing.
Keep your ticket ready as proof you were on a bus though most of these services are run on good faith. In some cities including Ankara, excluding Istanbul , the municipality have prohibited the use of service buses due to their effect on traffic.
In that case, you might have to take a public bus or metro to get to your destination. One should probably avoid using taxis at least departing from the Otogar since they usually tend to abuse their monopolistic position by refusing to go to closer destinations, behaving rudely towards the passenger, charging on the night tariff, etc.
If you have to take a taxi, it is usually suggested that you do it from outside the bus terminal. So don't be too annoyed if you are required to give up your seat.
In general, as a foreigner, you will have the better seat much of the time. It is often easiest to take a seat in the back, whatever the number of your koltuk, and not be bothered for much of the ride.
This is particularly true if you travel alone, and want to keep it that way, even though the last row may be reserved for the driver-off-duty, who wants to sleep.
And remember: many buses pick up short-track fare along the ride, and park them in the last two or three rows.
The back of the bus may be more noisy than the front, since that is where the engine is located. If you have a bicycle it will be transported free of extra charge.
In most buses it fits in the luggage area of the bus. Make sure you have the tools to fold your bike as small as possible height matters most.
Fez Bus. This is another alternative, a Hop on hop off travel network that links Istanbul to the most popular tourist destinations in western Turkey, and a few other destinations.
The buses runs hostel to hostel and have an English speaking tour leader on board. The pass can be purchased for a few days or all summer.
Departures are every other day. More expensive than local buses, but could be far less hassle, and offers a different experience. Mainline train services in Turkey fall into three categories: i very fast and modern; ii slow and scenic; and iii suspended long-term for rebuilding or for other reasons.
The trains are inexpensive, but trains often sell out. Some overnight connections exist. Train reservations online are straight forwards, available in English as soon as you are in the reservation site , and preferred over buying at station, because generally you would need to book ahead at least days.
You will have to provide your passport number, which is sufficient to board the train. But you should download or screenshot your ticket to know your seat.
Most cities in Turkey have a rail connection of some sort, but not the Mediterranean and Aegean holiday resorts, which have been built in the 21st century and are hemmed in by mountains.
Because journey times are short, YHT trains only run daytime, and have only snack-catering. Between the cities, YHTs make a few momentary intermediate stops.
The only one likely to be relevant to visitors is Eryaman, as an interchange with the Ankara suburban system. The long-term strategy is to create a high-speed, high-capacity passenger and freight route from Edirne on the western border through to Kars in the east.
The main closures as at summer are from Adana east to Gaziantep, and between Izmir and Bandirma for the Istanbul ferry.
The conventional trains are slow and scenic, with the emphasis on slow: most run overnight, with journeys from Ankara to eastern cities taking 24 hours.
They are infrequent, at best daily, sometimes only one or two per week. How clean and comfortable they are depends on how busy: at quiet times they are fine, but when crowded they soon become filthy.
Always carry your own toilet-roll and hand-wipes. They are difficult for anyone with impaired mobility to use, and station re-building makes access worse.
So they generally start on time but become delayed along the route. In summer these are being supplemented by tourist trains on several long-distance routes, eg Ankara to Kars.
These cost about twice the normal fare, make fewer stops, but make a few hour stops for tourist excursions; so the total running time is a little longer.
You're tied to the tourist itinerary without flexibility of stopover. The accommodation is the same as on conventional trains: indeed the rolling stock has been provided by pulling sleeping cars off the conventional trains, so the travel experience on these has been degraded.
TCDD replacement buses are considered trains, and bookable or not on the same basis. Consult the timetable first, for the latest on timings and disruptions, but beware that timetable and reservations system sometimes give different days of running for some services, for no good reason.
The timetable only lists the main stations, where the train waits for about 10 minutes, and you might just have time to dash to the station kiosk and replenish your food supplies.
The trains also stop momentarily at many little wayside halts, where sometimes food vendors will hop on. Pick your preferred train service and seat or berth, whereupon the system will display the price and give you the choice of immediate purchase, or of holding the option for a few days.
Check their website for other discount offers, but usually these are aimed at commuters and others making multiple repeat journeys. Tickets can also be bought from the stations either at the counter, or from self-service kiosks , from travel agents, or from PTT post offices.
Advance reservations are strongly recommended during summer, on Fridays and Sundays, and around public holidays and religious festivals.
Of course you may be able to get a reservation for immediate departure, and the non-YHT trains usually have non-bookable seats, and a scrummage on the platform to claim them.
Bear in mind that the main stations may involve a queue for security just to get into the station hall, then another queue for tickets, then a further queue for security and document-check to get onto the platform.
Like all of its neighbours except Cyprus off the southern coast of Turkey , driving is on the right side of the road in Turkey.
It is illegal to use a mobile phone while driving. Maximum permitted amount of alcohol in blood for drivers is 0.
A pint of beer enjoyed right before driving might get your license temporarily confiscated in case of police checks. The use of seat belts both at the front and back line is obligatory, but, although failing to use one carries a penalty, this is not always adhered to by locals, including the drivers themselves.
Turkish signboards are almost identical to the ones used in Europe, and differences are often insignificant.
The place names written on green background lead to motorways which you should pay a toll, unless it is a ring road around or within a city ; on blue background means other highways; on white background means rural roads or a road inside a city under the responsibility of city councils ; and on brown background indicates the road leads to a historical place, an antique city, or a place of tourist interest these signboards used to be on yellow background till a few years ago, so still there is a chance of unreplaced yellow signboards existing here and there.
These signboards are sometimes not standardized. Most intercity highways avoid city centres by circling around them. As Turkey uses the metric system , all distances on the signboards are in kilometres, unless otherwise stated such as metres, but never in miles.
There are no fees to use the highways except intercity motorways otoyol. While Turkish highways vary widely in quality and size, the toll motorways have three lanes and are very smooth and fast.
Motorways are explicitly signed with distinct green signs and given road numbers prefixed with the letter O. The motorway network consists of the routes stretching out to west, south and east from Istanbul towards Edirne , Bursa and Ankara respectively , a network in Central Aegean fanning out of Izmir , and another one connecting the major eastern Mediterranean city of Adana to its neighbouring cities in all cardinal directions.
Most motorways no longer have toll booths two glaring exceptions are the third bridge crossing the Bosphorus north of Istanbul and the bridge and motorway across the Gulf of İzmit to the direction of Bursa, where you can still pay in cash and instead have lanes automatically scanning the windowpane for the RFID stickers HGS or tags OGS while accessing and again exiting the motorway.
HGS stickers are easier to use and allow you to install as much liras as you need. To buy an HGS sticker, look for the service buildings at the major toll stations.
They are also available in postoffices. In addition to the distance driven, motorway fees also depend on the type of your vehicle.
The newest additions to the network, such as the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge and the Osman Gazi Bridge crossing the Bosphorus and the Gulf of İzmit, respectively tend to be much more expensive per km.
Despite bordering countries which have rich oil resources, fossil fuel in Turkey is expensive due to heavy taxes.
For example, a litre of gasoline costs a little less than 5 TL. Diesel and LPG are less damaging to your wallet, but not that drastically.
Petrol stations benzin istasyonu are frequent along highways, most are open round the clock and accept credit cards you have to get out of the car and enter the station building to enter your PIN code if you are using a credit card.
However the rare fuel stations in remote villages often only have diesel, which is used for running agricultural machinery. So keep your gas tank topped up if you are going to stray away from main roads.
Also petrol stations along motorways are rarer than other highways, usually only about every km, so don't get too low on these roads either.
Biofuels are not common. What most resembles a biofuel available to a casual driver is sold in some of the stations affiliated with national chain Petrol Ofisi under the name biyobenzin.
Biodiesel is in an experimental stage yet, not available in the market. As of there are very few hybrid and electric vehicles and charging stations, however a sparse network of Tesla superchargers is planned for the west of the country.
In all cities and towns,there are big 3 s plants sales, service, spare parts. These are more corporate than sanayi sitesi these called oto plaza.
You may rent a car to get around Turkey from an international or local car rental agent. The main airports all have car rental desks, but book ahead for the best deals.
The minibus or Minibüs as called in Istanbul is a small bus sometimes car that will ride near-fixed routes. The ride may be from the periphery of a major city to the centre or within a city, but may also take three to four hours from one city to the next, when demand along the route is not sufficient to justify large buses.
They sometimes make a detour to bring some old folks home or collect some extra heavy luggage. You will find them in cities as well as in inter-city traffic.
The fare is collected all through the ride. If the driver collects himself, people hand money on from the back rows to the front, getting change back by the same route.
On some stretches tickets are sold in advance, and things can get complicated if some of the passengers bought a ticket and others just sat inside waiting — for maybe half an hour - but without a ticket.
The vehicles are different and they take a maximum of 7 sitting passengers, with no standing. They do not tend to take passengers along the way, they depart immediately when they are full, and many of them operate 24 hours a day.
They can cut travel time dramatically. Similar services are operated to connect several parts of Istanbul with the Asian side, or places farther up the Bosporus.
And this type of fast ferry is increasingly seen all over the country wherever there is enough water. There are also ferry connections between Istanbul and Izmir operating only in summer months.
All inhabited Turkish islands have at least one daily cruise to the nearest mainland city or town during summer. But as winter conditions at the seas can go harsh, the frequency of voyages drop significantly due to the bad weather.
Perhaps one of the best cruising grounds in the world, Turkey offers thousands of years of history, culture and civilization set against a stunning mountainous backdrop.
The coastline is a mixture of wide gulfs, peaceful coves, shady beaches, uninhabited islands, small villages and bustling towns.
Many of these locations are still only accessible by boat. Rare in the Mediterranean, one can still find some seclusion on a private charter in Turkey.
In fact, Turkey offers more coastline than any other Mediterranean country. The best way to see Turkey is from your own private yacht on your own schedule.
Turkey offers some of the most exquisite yachts in the world known as gulets. Simply put, long distance cycling is not a very easy task to do in Turkey, mainly for two reasons: most of the country's terrain is hilly, and special lanes devoted to bicycles are virtually non-existent, especially along the intercity routes.
That being said, most coastal cities nowadays have cycling lanes of varying shapes and lengths along the shores mainly built for a leisurely ride rather than serious transportation, though and most highways built within the last decade or so have quite wide and well surfaced shoulders, which can double as bicycle lanes.
If you have already made up your mind and give cycling a try in your Turkey trip, always stay as much on the right side of the roads as possible; avoid riding a bicycle out of cities or lighted roads at night, do not be surprised by drivers hooting at you, and do not go on the motorway, as it is forbidden.
You could better prefer rural roads with much less traffic density, but then there is the problem of freely roaming sheepdogs, which can sometimes be quite dangerous.
Rural roads also have much much less signboards than the highways, which turns them into a labyrinth, in which it is easy to get lost even for non-local Turkish people, without a detailed map.
Air can be pumped into tyres at any petrol station without a charge. Bicycle repair-shops are rare in cities and often in hard-to-locate places; motorcycle repair shops can be tried alternatively however, they are very reluctant to repair a bicycle if they are busy with their customers who have motorcycles.
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Restaurants und Bars. Strand, Pool und Aquapark. Traditionell wird dazu schwarzer Tee getrunken. Typisch für den Hauptgang sind gegrillte Fleisch- oder Fischgerichte, Bulgur und verschiedenes Gemüse.
Es wird gerne nur mit einer Gabel gegessen, Messer kommen aber trotzdem auf den Tisch. Viele Speisen können auch einfach mit der Hand oder auf einem Stück Brot gegessen werden.
Türkei Reisen bieten die Möglichkeit neue Köstlichkeiten zu probieren! Das Essen ist lecker und vor allem vielseitig geprägt.
In Istanbul kann man die türkische Küche auf besonders hohem Niveau kennenlernen. Entfernung zum nächstgelegenen Flughafen in Fahrminuten 35 min.
Aktivitäten Wassersport Kanusport Surfen Wasserski. Outdoor-Aktivitäten Radfahren Golfplatz Boccia. Ballspiele Badminton Volleyball. Anzahl Tennisplätze 2.
Fitness Yoga Aerobic. Zimmerausstattung Badezimmer. Zimmerservice 24h Service. Klimatisierung Klimaanlage. Multimedia Telefon Fernseher. Minibarausstattung Mit Alkohol.
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