Transport There is a huge public transport system in Turkey such as local buses, taxis, minibusses, tram, and metro. Your choice of transport will depend on how quickly you want to get from A to B. Local Buses: All towns and cities have plentiful local buses which are cheap to use. You can purchase a smart ticket for a small deposit which, once loaded with credit, can be used not only on the buses but the metro, tram, and ferries. Minibusses (Dolmus): Minibuses are useful alternatives to local buses and run on standard routes posted on the front screen of the vehicle. Taxis: Taxis are plentiful and the best boarded at designated taxi stops. Payment is according to the onboard meter. All taxis in Turkey are required by law to have an onboard meter. However, set prices are more common for intercity journeys which are posted clearly at the taxi stop. Metro: Turkey’s metro system of underground and surface rapid transit trains is growing quickly. Major cities of Turkey now have the underground metros. You need to buy a smart ticket to travel by metro. Tram: Several cities also have overground trams, which are a quick and efficient way of getting around.
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Accommodation at home.
Hot Water.
Tea at any time.
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