Transportation in Mardin is primarily maintained by minibuses and buses. Since the historic sites of the city can be visited by walking, there is no particular transportation subject is needed. Unlike other cities, Mardin’s transportation system does not have a special pass card which allows tourists and locals to get around. But the city administration is planning to create a smart card system.
You can travel around Mardin’s counties via buses. These vehicles are stationed in busy spots and they ring around many stops every 5-10 minutes.
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