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How/Where to travel from Istanbul to Turkish coast

Old May 11th, 2010, 08:23 AM
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I am, right now, sitting in the courtyard of a wonderful pension in Selcuk after visiting Ephesus and other sights in the area. I recommend it highly after you have tired of the busy town of Kusadasi. If you come, don't miss the lovely wine village of Sirince only a 15 min. bus ride up in the hills outside of Selcuk. Our pension in Selcuk is the Hotel Nilya and we are enjoying it very much.
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Can anyone suggest the best way for my husband and I to travel from Istanbul down to the Turquoise Coast. We'd like to visit Galipoli, Pamukkale, Ephesus, Troy down to Bodrum etc. we have approximately 2 weeks. What is it like to drive? Are there other ways to travel from place to place? My husband is concerned about busy roads and different road rules? We will be travelling in July 2016. Thank you for any advice
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please start a new thread rather than piggybacking on a 5 year old one.

Some of the information I gave above is still valid.

There have also been some very useful trip reports in the last few years. Please read them and come up with your questions while specifying your interests and preferences.
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