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Airport of arrival: Adnan Menderes International Airport
Flight time from Istanbul to Izmir: 1 hour 15 minutes
Flight time from London to Izmir: 3 hours 50 minutes
Flight time from Ankara to Izmir: 1 hour 15 minutes
Flight time from Trabzon to Izmir: 2 hours 10 minutes

Izmir is the third biggest city of Türkiye situated on the western coast. This port city which is often called as the the “Pearl of the Aegean” is famous for its beauty. There are so many great things to see in Izmir and its neighbouring areas regardless of the time of your visit. Nevertheless, there is a long history that lies behind the city’s past dating back to 3000 BC. Flights to Izmir are cheap and comfortable which makes it easier to discover this Turkish gem.

Pegasus Airlines provides 15 direct flights to Izmir including from Dusseldorf, Germany and London, the UK. There are many more indirect flights connected from different parts of Türkiye.

You should follow up with the campaigns offered by Pegasus Airlines and benefit from seasonal promotions with great discount rates.

About the Airport

Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport is situated about 18 km away from the city center.  

Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport

The airport which is named after the former Prime Minister Adnan Menderes became operational in 1987. It includes both domestic and international flights terminals which makes the city very well connected. The domestic flights terminal was extended in 2014 with an aim of increasing the annual passenger capacity up to 45 millions. The airport is easily accessed through different means of transport from Izmir city center as well as the surrounding region.

Transport from Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport to the City Center

There are different options to reach to Adnan Menderes Airport depending on your departure point. Public buses operate 24/7 on various lines. Bus number 200 departs from Mavisehir, number 202 from Alsancak-Cumhuriyet Square and number 204 from Izotas (Bornova) to the Airport.

Havas shuttles also provide a fast and comfortable ride to different destinations in the city and its neighbouring towns. All the details regarding the journey can be viewed online.   Izban, the suburban railway network system, can be utilized to get to the airport from various locations and connects to the city subway. You can plan your trip in advance on the internet. Alternatively, you can take a taxi or benefit from car rental services offered by Pegasus Airlines.

Public Transport

The city provides a vast number of transport options such as public buses, subway, ferry and Izban. You can also get around the inner city on foot. Public buses operated by ESHOT are providing service on a wide network. The city has two main subway lines, one that connects the city center to Bornova and Balcova, terminating at Fahrettin Altay Square and another one that runs from Tepekoy to Aliaga.

Another option would be the sea transportation to cross the other side of the city.  Bostanli, Karsiyaka, Bayrakli, Alsancak, Pasaport, Konak, Goztepe, Uckuyular and Foca (in summer) are the designated ferry piers.

You can consider renting a bike around certain places near the promenade.

IzmirimKart is used for all means of public transportation in the city. It’s more than a reloadable transport pass through which visitors can actually make the payments to enter Izmir Sasali Wildlife Park and parking lots operated by the municipality.

Staying close the city center will definitely make it easier for you to get around and visit the touristic attractions. For that reason you can choose among the plentiful accommodation opportunities offered near Konak, Alsancak or Karsiyaka (on the other side of the sea).

If you would like to have further assistance to plan your trip, you can book your hotel through Pegasus Airlines.

The local cuisine in Izmir includes loads of fresh appetizers (mezes), plants and obviously the seafood.  Midye, fish and bread, boyoz, kumru, radika (chicory) salad, Izmir kofte and lokma are listed among the savory local food that you must give a try.

You can have a look at  Izmir Food Guide for more suggestions about all the local foods.

About Visa

Foreigners who wish to travel to Izmir for tourism or commerce purposes can utilize electronic visa system to get their e-visas online. There may be some exemptions depending on the country of origin. The countries whose citizens are allowed to travel to Türkiye only with their ID cards are listed online.

Neighboring Cities

  • Manisa (38 km)
  • Selcuk District/ Ancient City of Ephesus (82 km)
  • Aydin (128 km)
  • Balikesir (188 km)

Weather

Izmir displays the typical Mediterranean climate with very hot and sunny summers whereas the winters tend to be cool and rainy accompanied by the occasional strong wind coming from the sea.

Essential Numbers

  • Country Code: +90
  • Izmir Area Code: 232
  • Airport Contact: 0850 222 9828
  • Emergency Line: 112
  • Airport Shuttle Service: 0850 222 0487

There are a vast amount of things to do in Izmir. Izmir is a rich city with its many historical sites to visit. Konak Square, Clock Tower, Kemeralti Market, Kizlaragasi Inn, Asansor (Elevator) are the top tourist attractions of the city. Alternatively, you can spend the day at the nearby beaches or take a trip to see the ancient city of Ephesus in the Selcuk district. You shouldn’t complete your trip without taking a peaceful stroll on Kordon which is the famous promenade by the sea.

You can have a look at  Izmir Travel Guide for further details on more places to visit.

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FAQ

When is the cheapest time to fly to Izmir?

The cheapest time to fly to Izmir can vary depending on various factors such as the time of year, demand, and flight promotions. However, generally, you may find lower fares during the off-peak seasons, which are typically outside of major holidays and school vacation periods. It's recommended to monitor flight prices and set fare alerts to be notified of any discounted fares or special deals for your desired travel dates. Additionally, booking your flight in advance or being flexible with your travel dates can often help in finding cheaper fares.

Can I get a direct flight to Izmir?

Yes, you can get a direct flight to Izmir. Pegasus Airlines offer direct flights to Izmir from various cities in Europe and other parts of the world.

How can I find the best flight deal to Izmir?

To find the best flight deals to Izmir, you can follow these tips:

  • Use calendar view when you search flights to Izmir and find the cheapest date 
  • Follow the promotions if your travel dates are flexible
  • Save the BolPoints and buy your flight ticket with points.
  • Check flights to nearby airports like Adnan Menderes Airport (ADB) in Izmir or airports in neighboring cities such as Milas Bodrum Airport.
  • Book in advance with Pegasus Flex and freeze the price

How to find cheap Izmir flight ticket?

Pegasus Airlines provides special fares to its passengers which gives the opportunity to fly with reduced prices throughout the year.

Why should I visit Izmir?

The scenic coast of the Aegean offers a perfect getaway to spend your holidays. Izmir is famous not only for its marvellous natural beauty in its immediate surroundings but also as the great historical value it has been preserving throughout centuries.

Do I need a visa to travel to Izmir?

Depending on your nationality of origin you may need a visa to travel to Türkiye. Please make sure to check online whether your country is among the countries whose citizens are allowed to travel to Türkiye with their ID cards. Otherwise, you can apply for an electronic visa.

When is the ideal time to visit Izmir?

Izmir has a fairly mild climate which makes it comfortable to visit the city throughout the year. But if you would like to swim in the turquoise waters of the Aegean you should consider organizing a trip during the summer.

How long should I stay in Izmir?

3-4 days would be enough to visit the major highlights of the city. The required period of stay may change depending on the places you would like to visit including the pretty neighbouring towns.

Is there a travel card for tourists in the city?

‘Izmirim Kart’ is the city transport pass utilized by the locals. It is a multi-functional card that can be used for public buses, metro, ferry, the cable card and also various services such as bike rentals.

Is Izmir a safe city?

Izmir is a pretty liberal and safe city. The local Police Department even has a "tourism police" section.

Is Izmir an expensive city?

Izmir is considered to be budget-friendly compared to the other major cities in Türkiye. But the costs can get higher around the popular holiday destinations especially during the high season.

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