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Here are tips on travel in Turkey by plane, bus, car, train, ship & ferry.Turkey is fairly easy to travel in, but it´s a big country. All methods of transport may be crowded on major holidays. Plan accordingly!


Turkish Airlines and a number of other competent air carriers have flights among major cities which are convenient for longer distances, and relatively in expensive. Onur Air, Atlas jet, Anadolu jet, Pegasus Air and Sun Express have growing route systems and reasonable fares.


Thousands of modern buses roar between Turkish cities and towns daily. This is how most Turks travel. Departures are frequent, and you don´t need advance reservations on most routes.


If you are an experienced driver and can manage a standard shift transmission, and want the freedom of movement, consider renting a car in Turkey.


Turkey is hard at work building an impressive network of high-speed trains which, within a decade, will link 15 cities holding half the country´s population. A number of useful route sare already in operation. Older, conventional trains can also be useful on someroutes. They may be slower than the bus but offer more seating-room and comfort for less money. 


Turkey is surrounded by seas, soships play a significant part in the Turkish transport Picture.

Cruise Ships

Cruise ships from other countries dock in Turkey at Istanbul, Kusadasi (for Ephesus) and other ports. 

Sea of Marmara Ferries

Sea of Marmara ferry services run between Istanbul on the north shore and Yalova and Bandırma on the south shore.

Dardanelles Ferries

Dardanelles ferries connect Europe with Asia, Canakkale, and Troy with the Gallipoli battlefields. 

GreekIslands—Turkey Ferries

Greek Island-Turkey ferries connect the islands with the Turkish coast. Look up ports, dates, times and fares on Feribot.net