For all means of public transportation provided by Municipality of İstanbul, please visit: https://www.iett.istanbul/en
Apart from public buses, trains and trams, the most common means of transportation are taxis, ferry boats, mini buses, sea buses and dolmuş – the shared taxi.
- By air
- Turkish Airlines has direct flights from most European countries to Istanbul. Istanbul has two international airports; Istanbul Ataturk Airport and Sabiha Gökçen International Airport , and mostly the former one is used by major airlines as it is in the European side of Istanbul. Havas serves a shuttle service between the airports and main districts of Istanbul such as Taksim and Levent.
- The easiest way from Atatürk Airport to the Koç University residences in Sarıyer by taxi. A trip from the airport to campus takes 45-60 minutes and costs about 20$.
- The daily Balkan Ekspresi links Budapest and Sofia to Istanbul, while the Bosfor Express links Bucharest to Istanbul. The daily Dostluk Express (Filia Express) links Istanbul to Thessaloniki although the coach is much faster than the train.
- For more information
- Several Turkish coach lines, including
How to go there
SarÄ±yer – KabataÅŸ (25E)
SarÄ±yer – Taksim (25T)
SarÄ±yer – Taksim (40)
Public Buses Line-Stop-Schedule
Sea Bus Lines Trips
Sea Buses Time table as a pdf file