Turkey can be reached by land, sea, air, or railway. AtatÅrk International Airport in Istanbul and Esenbo?a Airport in Ankara are the two primary airports the country. Of course, this is not to say that they are the only airports around. The country boasts over 30 sound international airports serving tourists and travellers from all over the globe. Tourists can fly into any of them to get into the country depending on which city they would love to visit first on their arrival.
There are boat rides on ferries that connect Turkey with other nearby countries. Ferries from Turkey have direct links to Eastern Islands in Greece, Ancona and Venice in Italy, Famagusta in Northern Cyprus, and Sochi in Russia. Tourists can make their pick depending on their start and finish locations.
The use of trains to travel into Turkey seems to be receding into history but travels through this means is possible. There are railways that also connect Europe to Turkey. Travellers will find direct trains moving from Sofia in Bulgaria, Belgrade in Serbia, Villach in Austria, Budapest in Hungary, Bucharest in Romania, Pythion and Thessaloniki in Greece, and Tehran and Tabriz in Iran direct into Turkey.
Tourists can choose to go by road travel. By road travel, one can either drive a car or join the country?s bus. To drive a car is a fantastic selection but one needs an international driving license plus the international insurance Card.
There are several paths into Turkey with a bus. From Greece, there are bus networks from Athens and Thessaloniki. Sofia in Bulgaria and Constanta in Romania also have direct bus lines to Turkey. The paths into Turkey with a bus are not limited to these few. Travellers can journey from other parts of Europe and Asia to any of these countries with directs routes to Turkey and explore the beauty of other countries and cities before getting to the main course in Turkey.