TRANSPORTATION IN AND AROUND KUSADASI
Kusadasi is about an Hour drive away from Izmir -Adnan Menderes-Airport.
Kusadasi lies at a distance of 90 km to the metropolitan city of Izmir, which is the largest city in the region.
Adnan Menderes Airport is approximately one hour drive away from Kusadasi. There are direct buses from Izmir Coach Station to Kusadasi every half an hour during the summer season at cost of 17 TL. There are shuttle buses and taxi services offered directly from the airport, as well.
Walking in Kusadasi
Kusadasi is the perfect spot for the visitors who enjoy their surroundings by walking around as the town itself is cosy and small. Kusadasi is an awesome town to walk around, whether it is into the town or out to the coastal areas, you will admire the atmosphere in the town.
Seeing the historical building of Caravan Serail(Kervansaray), Grand Bazaar ( Where you can find authentic shops, carpet, jewellery and leather shops) and Pigeon Island (where the famous castle is located on) will definitely add enjoyment to your walks.
Public Transport in Kusadasi
In Kusadasi, the best mode of transport is the Dolmus (shared taxis / minibus). Fancy a day at the beach or any hotspot in between, just hop on any frequent services from inner town to any beach in the Kusadasi region.
This cheap, reliable and very friendly service is available on a continuous basis during the summer season which runs from 7a.m until Midnight 7 days a week.
Price: 1.75-2.75TL per person
Although there are dolmus stops on every corner on the busy streets, you can just stop it by raising your hand once you see it coming. Just let the driver know where you intend to go, and they will tell you which line to take, as well as where you need to get off. They will remind you about where you need to get off once you reach your destination.
Dolmus Lines are :
Number 1 : Kustur Beach- Industrial Site ( Central Dolmus Stop, Municipality, Marina, Adaland)
Number 2 ( Blue Line) : Public Hospital- Notestik
Number 2 ( Red Line) : Kusadasi Primary School- Public Hospital
Number 3 : Public Hospital- Yagcikent ( Central Dolmus Stop, Municipality)
Number 4: Yagcikent- Public Hospital ( Central Dolmus Stop, Municipality)
Number 5: Ladies Beach- Centrum ( Kusadasi Port- Scala Nuova, Guvercinada -Pigeon Island, Caravan Serail, Grand Bazaar)
Number 6: Nazilli Sitesi- Public Hospital ( Central Dolmus Stop, Municipality, Marina)
Number 7: Public Hospital- Nazilli Sitesi ( Central Dolmus Stop, Municipality, Marina)
Transportation To/ From Kusadasi
Kusadasi lies at a distance of 90 km to the metropolitan city of Izmir, which is the largest city in the region. Adnan Menderes Airport is approximately one hour drive away from Kusadasi. There are shuttle buses and taxi services offered directly from the airport, as well. You can simply take a shuttle from Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport to Kusadasi which operates every one hour. The name of the shuttle company is Havatas.
Price : 20 TL per person , Duration : 90 minutes
If you would like to visit another city from Kusadasi, you can go to the Coach Station of Kusadasi (Otogar) by taking dolmus from the city centre. The inter-town coach services in Turkey are very comfortable with such offered services as free snacks, TV, a/c, and friendly stewards and stewardesses. You can take a bus ticket to any city / town from Kusadasi. Examples of reliable bus companies that have services to many other cities in Turkey: Pamukkale, Kamil Koc, Metro, Uludag, Varan
Price examples for bus trips from Kusadasi to various cities:
It would be a wise decision to book your trip online with the aforementioned bus companies to get a better offer on bus ticket prices.
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