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AlicjaAdrian, Poznań, POL, 2 months ago
does anyone could tell us how to get from Antalys airport to Side? What is the cheapest way of doing that?
We will be in Turkey for two weeks (10-24.05.2015) so if someone woudl like to meet up then let us know :-)
Babak Mortazavi , Antalya, TUR, 2 months ago
I think there are minibuses (dolmush) to manavgat.
im new here.
alp Arslan , Antalya, TUR, 2 months ago
first you go to city bus station from airoport with city bus.(price under the 1 dollar)and later take side bus.have a good holiday..alp
alex rosotov, Bucharest, ROU, 2 months ago
hey fellas. i wanna come to antalya next month. and i'm analysing everything to keep up in there for 6 months.
can anybody tell the cost of living there for a single man. i mean don't see me as a foreigner. think of me as a local.
whas is the regualr monthly price. for rent an small apartment and foods.
*i'm gonna live in turkey for atleast 6months.
Kansu Ege , Antalya, TUR, 2 months ago
Food is relatively cheap. Rents start from 500 TRY. Booze, booze is expensive compared to Europe in Turkey.
Harun Türkoğlu , Antalya, TUR, 2 months ago
Yes, we can say that food is cheap and also there are lots of local cheap supermarket chains (BIM-A101-SOK) like tesco or carrefour. You can discover street bazaars, they are extremely cheap for buying food like you can buy 1 kilos of apple for 4 TRY from local farmers.
I think that your monthly cost will be approximately 1000-1500 turkish liras including rental and your other expenses. But keep in mind that if you are searching for average european person's life standarts (night life etc.) your montly expenses can rise up to 2000- 3000 liras. Eventually it is up to you :)
Seden Akturk , Antalya, TUR, 2 months ago
I guess u can make it pretty well for 1500TL (500EUR) per month. check sahibinden.com for rentals with or w/o furniture. i narrowed down the search criteria for u:
spare another 500TL for more entertainment out. good luck :)
Oksana Denga, Kyiv, UKR, 2 months ago
Me and my boyfriend planning to visit your city for 5 days in the beginnings of June for the first time!
Please, can you help us to choose good beaches in this area where are good views and not many tourists?
and maybe some good hotels.
yusuf tunuz , Antalya, TUR, 2 months ago
if you are planning to see good beaches you can also check kaş and ölüdeniz.
kaş is known by scuba diving area and more public. and also you can find lots of great beaches around it.
you can also take a look to ölüdeniz. there are 2 great beaches too close to it. butterfly valley is the first one. the other is kabak valley. you can google it.
if you are planning to stay in the city center of antalya it is quite touristic. the famous beaches are lara beach and konyaaltı beach.
and in close range you can also check chimera, olympos and adrasan. these are the best places around.
have a nice holidey. hope this will help a little bit.
Ertunc UKŞUL , , TUR, 2 months ago
the best beach in turkey is kaputaj beach. it is also among the best beaches in the world, little but georgous ;)
DİCLE DEMİRTAŞ , Antalya, TUR, 2 months ago
Hi Oksana, ı would like to insist you to visit Ölüdeniz,butterfly valley and kabak valley where is ı am coming from but Fethiye(town of this places) is 4 hours by bus from antalya. You can also discover Antalya, olimpos, adrasan and visit Alanya where is 1,5 hour far from antalya.
Aaron Kelley, San Francisco, USA, 2 months ago
Hoping to find a dentist while I'm in Antalya. Can anyone recommend someone who speaks English? Thanks!
- cliff jumping spot
Bülent , Kemer, TUR, 13 days ago
Omer Aktas , Antalya, TUR, 14 days ago
I dunno where you are at now but
find this huge rock (as high as 15+ meters) in Falez Park. http://i.hizliresim.com/WbD3XP.jpg
you can find the google map link above.
it's right across the "Karakas Market" there's a bushy way down to this rock, better be cautious both when going down to it and climbing back up to the park, If you think you can jump.
this is our sacred rock where I and my friends used to jump from :)