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Adana AirportAdana's local transportation consists of basically mini-buses and taxis. The Mini Bus depot is at the city center at Seyhan. This minibus will take you to cities and villages in the area as well as the airport. The Mini-bus depot for buses to the ruins is at Vuruyer Mevkii-Karsiyaka. Surmeli Hotel Adana and Adana HiltonSa Hotel offer tranport to and from Adana Şakirpaşa Airport. You can contact them and ask if they only take hotel guests. Otherwise you are left with either a mini-bus or a taxi unless you book a private or VIP transfer. If you are traveling with a large group you can contact

Adana AirportThe easiest way to get into Adana from Adana Şakirpaşa Airport is by taxi. Adana Şakirpaşa Airport is only a few miles away from the downtown area so taxi fare is reasonable. There is no set protocol on tipping the driver but if you find his service commendable then a 5YTL tip is acceptable. A recommended taxi service to contact is Gate Taxi at +90.322.316.TAXI as they will speak better English than the regular airport taxi drivers. Upon arrival find a phone in the terminal and just dial 322.316.TAXI. Taxi services from your hotel can take you easily to the airport. Check with your hotel and see if they provide a transportation since it can be more cost effective.

Adana AirportVIP Transfer Services with a chauffeur or without driver in passenger cars, luxury off-road vehicles and VIP vans. They provide personal luxury transport to and from Adana Şakirpaşa Airport with airport or hotel pick-ups and departures to your desired destination. All vehicles are immaculately clean and well maintained. Transfer for passengers from 1 or 2 individuals up to 17 in the latest model standard or luxury sedans, mini-buses, vans or recreational vehicles. Should you desire to rent a luxury car you can suite the rental to your requirements such as multilingual drivers or rent the car without a driver. Luxury vans can be rented with desk, television, minibar and refrigerator. If you desire a vehicle with a driver the expenses such as meals are paid by the customer. Rentals in the province of Adana are based on daily rental prices and outside the border of the province of Adana there may be an extra charge. To get an idea of costs and services go to

Adana AirportThere are Car Rental services available in Adana Şakirpaşa Airport - the best company seems to be Europcar. There have an office in the airport terminal and in the Adana city center. In Turkey the speed limits are generally 80 kilometers to 110 kilometers on highways and within the city the speed limits are 50 kilometers. There are speed traps on major highways and random police check points are common. Don't freak if you see military soldiers with automatic weapons looking intently upon you at some of these check points. Simply smile and hand them your papers - you'll find that the majority are very business-like, but also very easy-going. For the most part the Turkish highway system is a very good one. Well maintained four-lane highways connect Turkey's larger cities so travel is comfortable and relatively quick. Roads in the larger cities are paved, but in the smaller villages you may find dirt roads. To reserve a rental car online with Europcar go to

The Europcar Adana city center office address is:
Doseme Mahhallesi, Mucaitler Bulvari
Kayali aprt.No:87/C
Telephone: 322.453 4775.

The airport Europcar is in the domestic terminal:
Telephone: 322 433 2957

Adana Airport You may have heard that Turkey has a good bus network and that buses are faster than trains. The problem is do you really want to spend 12 hours in a bus when you could travel on a more comfortable and inexpensive air-conditioned train with a bed in your own private sleeper? Enjoy the dining car for your meals while traveling through the splendid Turkish countryside? Reliable train service operates between Istanbul's Haydarpasa train station (on the Asian side) and Adana. There is one departure daily at 11:50pm. It takes about 19 hours. Cost of a one-way ticket is about $16. The Adana to Istanbul train departs daily from Adana at 2:10pm. The trains are clean, comfortable, air-conditioned and usually have a dining car. We suggest that you purchase tickets directly at Haydarpasa station in Istanbul or at the Adana station - or have a travel agent get the tickets for you. You can also make reservations by phone - but they only speak Turkish. Phone: 322 453 6914. ( pictured is the train from Adana to Mersin )

Adana Airport Another way of getting to Adana from Istanbul is to take a motorcoach bus. It will take weeks if not years to get there (just joking) but it is inexpensive and the buses are clean well maintained and comfortable. There are only two that come highly recommended and they are Varan and the other is Ulusoy Otobüs. The buses in Turkey are some of the better public buses you'll find anywhere - they actually have stewards aboard that bring around refreshments and wet washcloths with lemon oil. If you are a bit dodgy about traveling on a bus with no Turkish language skills you can also try Fez Bus which has for many years been closely involved in Turkish and North Cypriot tourism both as a tour operator and travel agent. Only Fez customers and staff are allowed on the Fez buses. Therefore providing extra safety of your luggage and personal effects. Most important you are covered by the Fez Travel TURSAB bond. From the moment you arrive at the airport until the end of your travels they guarantee you a smiling face with an English speaking professional crew who provide you with help along the way.

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