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Kuşadası Otogar

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Mehmet Ali
Mehmet Ali
October 2, 2018
İzmir hava alanı dahil Kuşadası otogarından Türkiye'nin hemen hemen her iline toplu taşım aracı mevcuttur.

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Places to stay nearby

  1. Entire loft
  2. 4 beds
KUŞADASI'NDA MUHTEŞEM MANZARALI ÇATI DUBLEKSİ
  1. Hotel room
  2. 2 beds
Hotel Eliada
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire flat
  2. 3 beds
Pine City Residence 13
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire flat
  2. 7 beds
Exceptionally spacious holiday apartment
  1. Room in aparthotel
  2. 1 bed
Şehrin tam merkezinde her yere yürüme mesafesi
  1. Hotel room
  2. 1 bed
Your another Home From far far away :)
  1. Hotel room
  2. 1 bed
Best Smyrna Hotel Kuşadası
  1. Entire flat
  2. 1 bed
Merkezde sahile yürüme mesafesinde 1+1 daire
  1. Entire flat
  2. 3 beds
KUŞADASI MERKEZDE HAVUZLU DENİZ MANZARALI DAİRE
  1. Entire serviced apartment
  2. 4 beds
KUŞADASINDA MUHTEŞEM DENİZ MANZARALI 1+1 DAİRELER.
  1. Entire apartment
  2. 1 bed
Kusadasi nesa palas
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  1. Entire flat
  2. 4 beds
KUŞADASI TAM MERKEZDE DENİZ MANZARALI 1+1 DAİRE
  1. Hotel room
  2. 1 bed
Hotel Amsterdam Boutique 4
  1. Entire flat
  2. 3 beds
Kuşadası sahilde 1+1 Günlük Kiralık
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  1. Entire flat
  2. 3 beds
KUŞADASI MERKEZ HAVUZLU DENİZ MANZARALI DAİRE
  1. Private room
  2. 1 bed
SezginBoutiqueHotel-DoubleRoom(a/c,TV,fridge,bath)

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Park
“Dilek Peninsula-Büyük Menderes Delta National Park, established on May 19, 1966, is a national park in western Turkey. It contains within its borders the entirety of the Dilek Peninsula as well as the large delta of the Büyük Menderes River. The park is located in the Kuşadası district of Aydın Province — part of Turkey's Aegean Region. Directly west of the national park is the small coastal town of Güzelçamlı, where several shuttle buses and ferries operate to and from the district's center of Kuşadası, approximately 30 km (19 mi) from the park. The park is among the most biologically diverse of Turkey's national parks. It is the native and migratory habitat of hundreds of species of birds, mammals, plants, and marine life, some of which are entirely endemic to the park and cannot be observed anywhere else in the world. For these reasons, it is protected by numerous wildlife and wetland conventions, and is of great national and international importance in these areas.”
  • 8 locals recommend
Establishment
“Organic food, farm grown animals and vegetables. Also a farm-food type shop serving bread, jam and other farm produced goods. Great restaurant too.”
  • 3 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Kuşadası merkez e 5 km uzaklıkta olan bir AVM merkezidir. Alışveriş yapıp hoşça zaman geçirebileceğiniz mekanlar var.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Day 2: Romancing the ruins 10 a.m. For most travelers, Izmir is a launching pad to visit Ephesus. Take a bus or train to Selçuk, the nearest town, then change to a shuttle that drops you at the archaeological site. It’s a sprawling historical wonder, so be prepared to spend around three hours exploring. The sun is a fierce adversary; come armed with industrial quantities of water and sunscreen. Ephesus has been inhabited since the Bronze Age but came to prominence as a Greek city in the sixth century B.C. The Temple of Artemis, one of the ancient wonders of the world, stood here. The city fell to the Persians and later to a marauding Alexander the Great. In its subsequent phase, it was absorbed into the Roman Empire, flourishing first under Augustus Caesar and then under Tiberius. In the first century A.D., as Christianity spread, the area became an important sphere of its influence. Gradually thereafter, the city fell into decline.”
  • 4 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Hundreds of outlet shops of best international brands.very reasonable shops to spend a whole day!”
  • 3 locals recommend
Location
Aydın Province, 09400