Travelling to Bodrum
Turkey has an extensive network of roads that are generally well maintained.
If you enter the country from Europe, you will probably end up on one of three
main motorways: the E80, E90 or Trans European Motorway (TEM). From these, you
will need to connect with Route 330, which will take you into Bodrum.
The Turkish rail system connects most major cities in the country, and trains
are equipped with sleeping cars, seating, restaurants and lounge cars offering
both first and second class service. Rail travel is both cost-effective and
Bodrum can be reached from almost anywhere within Turkey by bus. The major
local bus services are Pamukkale, Varan and Kamil Koc.
Bodrum has a new modern airport that is situated about 32kms from town. It
does not receive flights from other countries, however, and foreign visitors
arriving by air will need to catch connecting flights from one of Turkey's international
airports. There are five direct flights daily from Istanbul to Bodrum, as well
as one from Ankara and connecting flights from other major domestic cities.
Both bus and taxi services run from the airport into town, and take roughly
Ferries run between the Greek island of Kos and Bodrum daily in summer, taking
approximately 50 minutes. Faster hydrofoils make the same trip in 20 minutes.
Selection of hotels in this region:
Barcelo Ora Holiday Village
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full list of hotels and online booking