Izmir is the third biggest city in Turkey, situated around a big gulf on the coast of Aegean Sea. It has almost 3,500 years of recorded urban history, being an important trade, government and cultural center at all times. Izmir is known for being modern, liberal and reformist. Many songs, poems are written for the beautiful city, the most livable place in Turkey, because of its warm climate, friendly people and liberal stand. Check it out on Wikipedia if you haven’t done it yet: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Izmir
925 bed hospital
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LEARNING PROCESSES AND ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL DIFFERENTIATION IN THE BRAIN- BIOPHYSICS DEPARTMENT
ANATOMY, HISTOLOGY LABS FOR STUDENTS AND HOSPITAL LABS FOR RUTINE TESTS.
One meal per day will be facilitated by us in our hospital. On the second floor of our hospital there is a nice cafeteria where you can have lunch. Except those, our hospital is close to many big shopping malls and small restaurants. You can easily fiind some place to eat cheap.
IzmirimKart (city card) is for transportation in Izmir by busses, boat, metro and Izban. When you buy the card (10 TL) and fill in some credit.
Bus: Izmir has a bus and minibus(It called also Dolmus) network. City buses (3,25 TL) run on the same prepay system as the metro: tickets can be bought from kiosks at major bus stops or from shops and vendors displaying an IzmirimKart sign. Minibuses cost a little bit more than buses (2,50-3,00 TL) but Its more useful for short distances and It takes less time to get to the place you want.
Metro/Train: Izmir’s metro network currently has one line, from Evka-3 to Fahrettin Altay (included Bornova and Konak). Trains run from 6.15 and 23.59 daily. Single-journey tickets for the whole transport system cost 3,25 TL. Except for the metro, there is an another train network in Izmir, Izban. Izban has a long line from Aliaga to Cumaovasi. The most useful stations are Havaalani(Airport), Halkapinar(to transfer funds to Metro), Gaziemir, Karsiyaka and Hatundere(Foca).
Urban ferries: Izmir's urban ferry services for passengers and vehicles are very much a part of the lIfe of the inhabitants of this city located along the deep end of a large gulf. 24 ferries shuttle between 8 quays (clockwise Bostanli, Karsiyaka, Bayrakli, Alsancak, Izmir, Pasaport, Izmir, Konak, Goztepe and Uckuyular). Special lines to points further out in the gulf are also put in service during summer, transporting excursion or holiday makers. These services are cheap (3,25 TL) and It is not unusual to see natives or visItors taking a ferry ride simply as a pastime.
When you arrive…
- If your plane land off in Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, you are going to get on 204 (number of the bus) and we will pick you up from Bornova Metro(last stop).
If your plane lands off to Istanbul, you are going to bus terminal to get a ticket to Izmir(It is about 80 TL). Between Istanbul – Izmir buses are so often so don’t worry If you can’t find a ticket. Istanbul-Izmir is about 6 hours and then you arrive Izmir bus terminal.
Cheap bus companies: Nilufer, Pamukkale, Metro, Kamil Koc, Anadolu
When you arrived Izmir bus terminal, you are going to get on shuttle (free) to Bornova and you are going to tell to the diver that you are going to get off in Bornova Metro (Bornova metro is the name of place where Ege UniversIty Medicine Faculty.) and we will pick you up from there.
If we can’t pick you up from Bornova Metro you can do It by yourself. You should just watch our video “How can I go to dormItory from Bornova Metro?) :
And please contact with us.
- Izmir Clock Tower
- Urla Iskele
- Kizlar Agasi Hani
Also check: http://www.rhinocarhire.com/Top-Ten/Things-to-do-in-Izmir.aspx