Save time in Turkey by taking the bus, not the train
Buses are much faster than most trains in Turkey, and provide inexpensive service almost around the clock between all cities and towns; they’re fairly comfortable and often air-conditioned. Express buses between major cities are significantly faster and more comfortable than local buses. See our favorite itineraries in our Turkey Travel Guide.
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