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the tram dose not go to fare its fun to do but has no real perpuse in is a single track one way and... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
lallyalan1
A great and cheap way to get along the coast

A good way to see the sights along the coast before venturing out on your own. The air conditioning... read more

Reviewed 12 September 2018
David_and_CarolynE
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Riding the tramway from one end to the other provides an enjoyable way of getting an overview of the city, passing by distinguished sites such as Hadrian Gate, Clock Tower and a distinctive minaret.
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Reviewed 29 August 2012

Very charming train with a very nice route with excellent views. Price was rather varying :-) It leaves from the endstations every 30 minutes.

8  Thank MorelDenmark
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Reviewed 16 June 2013

The trams in Antalya are very easy to use and are very cheap. They provide an easy way to see the city without having to walk great distances. Me and my girlfriend used the tram to get from the near the Clock Tower to the...More

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Reviewed 6 days ago

the tram dose not go to fare its fun to do but has no real perpuse in is a single track one way and back

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Reviewed 23 September 2018 via mobile

It is a nostalgic tram, looks gorgeous but for few dollar, city cover them with ugly commercials. They brought this tram just to make city look better but they ruin it. They can stretch the route until the end of Konyaalti beaches, instead huge city...More

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Reviewed 12 September 2018

A good way to see the sights along the coast before venturing out on your own. The air conditioning is a bit limited but the tram drivers were always helpful and the rides very cheap, 12TL for four journies.

2  Thank David_and_CarolynE
Reviewed 12 September 2018

A nice way to see some more of antalya on an old tram Brings back memory's of the old trams in blackpool.

Thank kenny10564
Reviewed 10 September 2018

I have used the tram several times to travel to Antalya museum or to Konyaalti beach. Cheap and cheerful way to travel using an Antalya kart that you can buy at most markets. You must use if coming to Antalya

Thank kev c
Reviewed 10 August 2018

We used the tram from Hadrian’s gate to visit Antalya museum, you can buy a card from the driver with enough credit for a return journey 6tl. It took around ten minutes. It runs every half hour and it’s the same stops.it’s the same payment...More

1  Thank m00mtaz
Reviewed 3 August 2018

it was fun to ride this nostalgic old tram from the clock tower station to the beach , the seats are not much comfortable but the feeling reminds me of my old school bus !

1  Thank Yucef-GB
Reviewed 29 July 2018

Great fun, if you can get a ticket! There is a kiosk with a girl in it who could not seem to understand that we wanted one. An elderly local get sitting nearby largely resolved the matter for a few coppers' tip.

Thank HumphreyBogart2013
Reviewed 24 July 2018 via mobile

Tram runs every half hour in both directions. As there is only one line there is a passing place in the middle next to the click tower at kaleichi. At present the cross over is 15 minutes past and 15 minutes to the hour. Quick,...More

3  Thank Tynedale_traveller
Reviewed 1 July 2018

even it is short distance , we loved the nostalgic tram. we enjoyed so much. we took it from Ataturk park (last station) and it took as till end of Isıklar Street which is end of old city (Kaleici). The price is just 3 Turkish...More

1  Thank Christoph R
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RobCooper100
10 September 2018|
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Response from Ron H |
I rode the tram both ways from Adrian's gate the first time and from the old clock tower the second time just get on board and pay 12 lira for 4 journeys no matter the length of the journey the tkt is good for the bus as... More
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RobCooper100
10 September 2018|
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Response from Bjørn Egil K | Reviewed this property |
Many different stops, but it starts from the seaside by Cender Hotel, follows Ataturk Caddesi and end after Ataturk Parki then walking distance to Konyaaltı Beach Park .
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Response from Joy J | Reviewed this property |
Hi it's quite a bit away from the airport as its on the far side of Antalya. I would think you could take your bags on the tram if it's not busy, but the cable cars are not very big. We took a trip to see this and you can... More
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