How to get to Afyon?
How to get to Afyon?
Afyonkarahisar, which is an intersection point on the western side of Anatolia, is a natural gate connecting the east to the west and north to the south by land and railway. Afyonkarahisar is located at the intersection of the most important transportation axes connecting the east of the country to the west and the north to the south.
Afyonkarahisar, which is the focal point of important transportation axes, is a gateway of Western Anatolia to other regions and is the transit center. Eastern Anatolia and the Black Sea region Ankara via Istanbul and Antalya as metros and major holiday destination that connects the transport route Istanbul, Kocaeli, such as Turkey's most important and largest industrial axis of Bilecik and Aegean region out of Kutahya and the Mediterranean; transport links Afyonkarahisar ' also intersect.
Afyonkarahisar is 256 km from Ankara, 460 km from Istanbul and 327 km from Izmir. Road transport in Afyonkarahisar province is more developed than other transport networks. Being the focal point of important transportation axes, Afyonkarahisar is a junction that connects Ankara to İzmir and Antalya to Eskişehir and Istanbul.
By car, visitors can easily find a highway connection in the vicinity of Eskişehir, Konya, Isparta, Denizli, Uşak and Kütahya.
For those who want to come by bus, it is very easy to reach this city where many companies provide services.
Afyonkarahisar carries the only one of the four separate yl center in the point where the railway line in Turkey. The city center is connected directly to the provinces of Konya, Isparta, Denizli and Kütahya by railways and through Eskişehir, Uşak to Kütahya and Burdur to Isparta.
Ankara-Izmir high speed train line is one of the important national projects of the region. The length of the line is 663 km and it will proceed along the route on Afyonkarahisar, Uşak and Manisa. The line is planned to be completed by 2023. At the end of the project, the time between Afyonkarahisar-Ankara will be 1 hour 20 minutes and the time between Afyonkarahisar-İzmir will be 2 hours 30 minutes. These pipelines Area aims to integrate the two largest cities of Turkey.
Zafer Airport, Usak-Afyon-Kütahya planned in accordance with regional air transport aviation policies to solve the problems of Turkey's first regional airport in the province. There are domestic flights from Zafer Airport to Istanbul and there are no international flights.
There is no passenger transportation on the lakes in the province. In addition, water surfaces are used for recreational purposes; Fishing is carried out in Karamık, Aksehir, Eber and Emre Lake.