By Air: Most international flights into Turkey arrive at Ataturk Airport Istanbul approx. 20km to the west of the centre of Istanbul. Domestic flights to other Turkish cities depart from the nearby domestic terminal linked by shuttle bus.
International flights also arrive at Ankara, Izmir, Antalya, Adana, Trabzon & Dalaman airports.
Dalaman airport servers the Fethiye/Oludeniz area and is about one hour's drive, this will be reduced upon completion of a road tunnel through the mountains during 2007.
By Sea: There are three ways to arrive in Turkey by sea, Turkish Maritime Lines operate ferries from Venice to Izmir with daily services from Northern Cyprus, there are also ferries from some of the Greek islands.
By Train: The Istanbul Express leaves daily for Istanbul from Munich, Vienna and Athens with connecting services from Sofia in Bulgaria. Weekly services to Istanbul also leave from Moscow, Budapest and Bucharest.
By car: No documents are needed for visits of less than three months the vehicle is entered on the driver's passport as imported goods, if you intend to drive to Turkey you are advised to check with you insurance company to extend your insurance cover.
By coach: There are regular coach services to Turkey from Austria, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Switzerland & Greece