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Istanbul is the largest city, an important seaport, a major industrial, commercial and cultural center of Turkey. The city is located on the two banks of the 30-kilometer Bosphorus strait connecting the Black and Marmara Sea. The Bosphorus divides the two parts of the world - Europe and Asia, so Istanbul is located in both parts of the world at once.
The first settlements on the site of modern Istanbul date back to 600 BC. The city of Kalkedon (now Kadiköy district) was founded by Dorians from Megara on the Asia Minor coast of the Bosphorus, a colony on the European coast was founded several decades later. The Greek colony received the name "Byzantium" by the name of the leader of the colonists. In 196, Byzantium assisted the rival Emperor Septim the Cruel, for which he was completely destroyed, and became part of the Roman Empire. Later Septim Cruel rebuilt the city. In 324 AD Emperor Constantine the Great rebuilt the proud and erected new walls, and then declared the city the capital of the Roman Empire. In 394, the city began to bear the name of Constantinople.
For a long time, Constantinople was the capital of Byzantium, which became the center of Eastern Christianity. In the VII-IX centuries, the city withstood 8 sieges from the Arabs. Serious damage to Constantinople caused the Crusaders, who captured him in 1204 during the IV Crusade. The last take-off of Byzantium and Constantinople was associated with the rule of the Paleologo dynasty, which began in 1259. The first attacks of the Turks, led by Sultan Mehmed II, date to 1450. In 1453, Constantinople, after a long siege, submitted to Sultan Mehmed II, who declared the city the capital of the Ottoman Empire.
Mehmed’s policy was aimed at the peaceful coexistence of Muslims and Christians. Many Byzantine monuments of the city were rebuilt, the Orthodox church of St. Sophia was turned into a mosque, and the seral, the sultan's palace, appeared on the cape in the Golden Horn Bay. In the XVI-XVIII centuries, Istanbul became one of the richest cities in Europe. It was built many mosques, madrasas and palaces that have survived to our days. At the end of the First World War, Istanbul was occupied by the British and French. On October 13, 1923, Mustafa Kemal (Ataturk) declared Ankara as the capital of the Turkish Republic. Modern Istanbul remains the center of cultural and spiritual life in Turkey, the largest tourist center located on the border of Europe and Asia.
Istanbul is a museum city with buildings of various eras: this is the famous Bosphorus Bridge, which stretches along the Black Sea as a symbol of good-neighborly relations between Europe and Asia; and Hippodrome, the center of political and sports events of ancient times; and Topkapi Palace, and the famous Aya-Sofia, and the magnificent Blue Mosque, and Edikule Fortress, and much more.
Modern Istanbul is a huge metropolis, which perfectly combines modern buildings and ancient architecture, which creates that unique flavor that can be found only here. This is a large trading port, where tourists and businessmen from all over the world come together.
Istanbul Ataturk Airport is located in the European side of Istanbul and within the borders of Bakırköy and Yeşilköy districts.
It is very important that you choose the right vehicle for the place you will go to in Istanbul. You can go much cheaper without traffic because Istanbul city is a city with a lot of traffic density.
You have the option to transfer from Istanbul Atatürk Airport to the city center via Havabus, Bus, Metro, Taxi and Tripuck.
You can reach the airport from the airport by using the Tripuck transfer service. You can use transfer service to reach Istanbul districts such as Sultanahmet, Taksim, Beşiktaş and Şişli, you can also transfer to Sabiha Gökçen airport and surrounding areas. You can choose the region you want to reach from the airport and make a reservation from the Tripuck transfer page.
One of the cheapest means of transportation from Istanbul airport to the city center is municipal buses. There are TH-1 buses to Taksim from the airport and YH-1 buses to Yenikapi. If you do not have a problem with time, you can choose the bus option.
TH-1 bus route: Atatürk Airport, Airport International Terminal, Bakırköy IDO pier, Langa-Davutpasa, Yenikapi-Marmaray, Şişhane2, Tepebaşı, Abdülhak Hamit Street (Beyoğlu-Taksim)
YH-1 bus route: Airport International Terminal, Yeşilyurt, Geziyolu, Bakırköy IDO pier, Sakız Agacı, Zeytinburnu, Bes Kardesler, Yedikule Coast, Havagazı, Narlıkapı, Gençosman Coast, Langa-Davutpaşa, Yenikapi Coast
If you are looking for a quick and inexpensive solution from the airport to the city center, you can use the metro option. Metro line M1A goes from Istanbul Ataturk airport to Yenikapı direction. The metro runs between 06:00 and 00:00. If your plane arrives late at night, you will not be able to use the metro option.
M1A metro route: Atatürk Airport, DTM / Istanbul Expo Center, Yenibosna, Atakoy / Şirinevler, Bahçelievler, Bakirkoy-İncirli, Zeytinburnu, Merter, Davutpaşa / Yıldız Technical University, Terazidere, Bus Station, Kartaltepe / Kocatepe, Sağmalcılar, Bayrampaşa-Maltepe, Ulubatlı / Topkapı, Emniyet / Fatih, Aksaray, Yenikapi
Havabus buses depart from Istanbul Atatürk airport to Taksim and Yenikapı IDO pier from the airport terminal. You can choose for Havabus buses because they do not stop too much. Havabus buses reach Taksim in 40 minutes and Yenikapi in 15 minutes. This time varies according to traffic intensity. Taksim ticket price is 12 TL and Yenikapi ticket price is 6 TL.
Airport-Taksim route: Atatürk Airport- Sahilyolu-Bakirkoy-Yenikapı-Aksaray (Marmaray) -Taksim
Airport-Yenikapi (IDO) route: Atatürk Airport-Bakırköy IDO-Coastal Road
By using Tripuck car hire service, you can reach from Istanbul Ataturk airport to the city center and many surrounding cities. Considering a company with an office at the airport is important for you to easily deliver your car on your return journey. Some car hire companies may charge an extra fee when the car pick-up place and delivery place are different.
Car rental companies located in the domestic terminal; AVIS, BUDGET, DOLLAR, EUROPARK, EUROPCAR, HERTZ, KAR AUTO, NATIONAL - ALAMO, THRIFTY, WORLD RENT A CAR, RENT GO
Car rental companies located in the international terminal; AIRPORT TOUR, ALAMO, AVIAS, AVIS, BAF TOURISM, BUDGET, DOLLAR, EUROPARK, EUROPCAR, HERTZ, MERT OTO, MURAT TOURISM, NATIONAL, SIXT, SUN, THRIFTY, ÜLGER TOURISM, WINDY CAR RENTAL
It is possible to reach from the airport to the city center or to many destinations by taxi. In Istanbul, taxi tariffs are calculated by adding a fee per km on the opening price. By taxi you can reach the place you will go quickly, unless there is traffic. You can ask the taxi drivers at the airport how much you will pay for where you will go.
We recommend you download IBB traffic application to your mobile phone to see the traffic map in Istanbul. Because some taxis understand that you do not know the city, they may want to take you on a long road with traffic excuse.
Note: Taxis in Istanbul are also charged at the time of waiting or stopping.
Sabiha Gökçen Airport is located near the Anatolian side of Istanbul and within the boundaries of Pendik district. Ataturk airport is preferred by the passengers who want to come to the Anatolian side due to being in the other side.
You can also find cheaper air tickets by airline companies as Sabiha Gökçen airport has a lower price policy.
For your transportation from the airport to the city center, you have the options of Havabus, Bus, Metro, Taxi and Tripuck transfer.
You can reach the airport from the airport by using the Tripuck transfer service. You can use transfer service to reach Istanbul districts such as Bostanci, Kadıköy, Üsküdar, Beykoz and Ataşehir as well as transfer to Ataturk airport and surrounding areas. You can choose the region you want to reach from the airport and make a reservation from the Tripuck transfer page.
Sabiha Gökçen airport can be reached by buses and many destinations around Anatolia and Europe.
You can go to 4.Levent with E3 and 122H, Uzunçayır Metrobus 16S, Kadıköy with E10, E11 and SG1, Bostancı with E9 and Taksim with SG2.
You can find detailed route information of the buses from the Sabiha Gökçen airport to the city center on the IETT website.
Sabiha airport does not metro line into the terminal. To get to Kartal-Kadıköy line you need to come to Kartal or Pendik station by municipal bus and taxi. After that, you can reach the desired place at any time including the European side.
Havabus transportation vehicle has 3 routes from airport to Taksim, Kadıköy and Yenisahra.
Buses depart for Taksim in approximately 1.5 hours and the ticket price is 15 TL.
Taksim bus route: Sabiha Gökçen Airport-Kavacık-FSM Bridge-1.Levent-Zincirlikuyu Metrobus- Dolapdere-Taksim
Buses go to Kadıköy in about 60 minutes and the ticket price is 10 TL.
Kadıköy Bus Route: Sabiha Gökçen Airport-TEM Connection Road-Yeni Sahra - Kadıköy
The bus to Yenisahra is about 45 minutes away and the ticket price is 10 TL.
Yenisahra bus route: Sabiha Gökçen Airport-TEM Connection Road-Yeni Sahra
By using the Tripuck car rental service, you can reach Sabiha Gökçen airport from the city center and many surrounding cities. Considering a company with an office at the airport is important for you to easily deliver your car on your return journey. Some car hire companies may charge an extra fee when the car delivery place and delivery place are different.
Car rental companies located at Sabiha Gökçen airport; AVIS, BOSTANCI RENT A CAR, BUDGET, CENTRAL, LINE RENT A CAR, ENTERPRISE, EUROPCAR, GARENTA, GOLDCAR, HERTZ, NORDTRAVEL, PAYLESS, RENT GO, SIXT
From Sabiha Gökçen Airport you can reach the destination quickly by taxi. If the taxi fare is not too much of a problem, it can be thought of as being comfortable and saving time. If you go as far as the European side you will have to pay a lot of money. It is also added to the taxi fare at the bridge toll. First, find out how much you will pay for your taxi driver. If it is affordable, you can choose this transport.