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ADB - IZMIR AIRPORT > ICMELER (ANY HOTEL)

Transfer Direction

Airport

Transfer Point

Passengers

1 Persons
CONTINUE

Baby/Child Seat

 

1.VEHICLE SELECTION2.ORDER INFORMATION3.ORDER RESULT
Ford Focus
Ford Focus/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 3 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 3 Luggages
Duration:
110.00
Mercedes Vito
Mercedes Vito/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 6 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 6 Luggages
Duration:
125.00
Mercedes Sprinter
Mercedes Sprinter/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 10 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 10 Luggages
Duration:
140.00
Mercedes Sprinter
Mercedes Sprinter/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 13 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 13 Luggages
Duration:
150.00
Mercedes Sprinter
Mercedes Sprinter/ Private Transfer
Person Capacity: 1 - 16 Persons
Luggage Capacity: 15 Luggages
Duration:
160.00

Icmeler (Any Hotel) - ADB - Izmir Airport Transfer

Izmir, a city and third most populous city in Turkey. According to 2017 TURKSTAT data, the population of İzmir is 4,279,677.

The city, located in the west of the Anatolian Peninsula, in the middle of the Aegean Region and around the Gulf of Izmir, is an important exhibition center and port city that organizes the Izmir International Fair every year. It is the twenty-third largest province of the country as its surface area. [2] The Aegean Sea and the Aegean Islands in the west, Aydın in the south, Balıkesir in the north and Manisa in the east.

The west of Izmir extends the Çeşme Peninsula with its sea, beaches and thermal centers. Among the most famous cities of Antiquity, Ephesus was one of the largest cities of the Roman Empire in the world. Ephesus, which embodies the richness of all Ionian culture, was also known for its intensive artistic activities. For this purpose, this city was called "Beautiful Izmir", "Old Izmir" and "La Perle de l'Ionie" (Pearl of Ionia).

Izmir is located at the head of a long and narrow gulf surrounded by yachts and ships. There are palm trees, palm trees and wide streets along the coast. Port of Izmir is Turkey's seventh largest port.

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