Pegasus travels to and from over 30 airports in Turkey. Istanbul alone has so much to see, but make sure you visit the European side of Istanbul, and see the incredible Blue Mosque and Topkapı Palace in Sultanahmet, the district which was once the centre of the Ottoman Empire. The Grand Bazaar is just a 10-minute walk from there,which gives you the perfect opportunity to pick up some souvenirs – allow plenty of time, it is huge!
Airports in Turkey
- Sabiha Gökçen International Airport (SAW): Travel from Taksim Square by coach or taxi directly to Sabiha Gökçen International Airport, but leave in good time for your flight because traffic is generally heavy.
- Esenboğa International Airport (ESB): Fly to Ankara to visit Turkey’s capital city. Located 17 miles north of the city, the airport can be accessed by taxi or bus. Voted best airport in Europe in 2009, you’re sure to have a pleasant trip in or out of ESB.
- Ataturk Airport (IST): The main international airport serving Istanbul and the biggest airport in Turkey, Ataturk Airport can be accessed by rail, bus, or taxi.
- Adnan Menderes Airport (ABD): Serving İzmir and the surrounding province, ABD can be accessed easily by rail or road.