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Izmir Selcuk Bus Schedule times

Izmir to / from Selcuk Bus Schedule (Timetable)

Izmir is the province that Selcuk belongs to and it is about 1-hour distance (80km) by bus. There are plenty of beautiful places to visit in Izmir such as Clock Tower, Kemeralti Grand Bazaar, the historical elevator, and the most famous seaside a.k.a. Alsancak Kordon.

Izmir to & from Selcuk bus times and price

There are a lot of buses running between Izmir and Selcuk. They are small buses/minibusses called Dolmus in Turkish. It costs 15 TL for one way per person and takes almost 1 hour to reach from İzmir to Selçuk by bus. Also, once you’re in Selcuk Bus station, you can take another minibus/dolmus to Ephesus Ancient City, which is just 10 minutes away by car. Our hotel is just 3-4 minutes walk distance from the bus station, here you can check the address.

You can check here the places to visit in Selcuk once you get in!

IZMIR to SELCUK Ephesus Bus Schedule

and

Selcuk Ephesus to Izmir

SELÇUK – İZMİR

(Valid from December 23th 2019)

Izmir Bus Station

İzmir Gaziemir

(Gaziemir is closer to the İzmir Adnan Menderes Airport)

Departs from SELÇUK Departs from IZMIR BUS STATION
Departs from SELÇUK Departs from IZMIR GAZİEMİR
06:30 07:00 06:40 06:55
07:20 07:40 07:20 07:25
08:10 08:20 08:00 08:15
09:00 09:10 08:40 09:00
09:40 10:00 09:20 09:40
10:20 10:40 10:00 10:20
11:00 11:20 10:40 11:00
11:40 12:00 11:20 11:40
12:20 12:40 12:00 12:20
13:00 13:20 12:40 13:00
13:40 14:00 13:20 13:40
14:20 14:40 14:00 14:20
15:00 15:20 14:40 15:00
15:40 16:00 15:20 15:45
16:20 16:40 16:00 16:30
17:00 17:20 16:40 17:15
17:40 18:00 17:20 18:00
18:20 (First Gaziemir then bus station) 18:40 (First Gaziemir then Selçuk) 18:00 18:45
19:00 (First Gaziemir then bus station) 19:30 (First Gaziemir then Selçuk) 18:20

(First Gaziemir then bus station)

 
    19:00

(First Gaziemir then bus station)

 

 

Izmir has the closest airport to Selcuk which is called Adnan Menderes Airport. It is an international airport that has many flights especially to Europe, Russia, and the Middle East and it is named after a former prime minister Adnan Menderes.

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