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Dolmuslar
1.       bod
5999 posts
 22 Jan 2006 Sun 09:39 pm

Is there any such thing as a dolmus route map and or timetable published on the web or anywhere else???

2.       ramayan
2633 posts
 23 Jan 2006 Mon 01:05 am

Quoting bod:

Is there any such thing as a dolmus route map and or timetable published on the web or anywhere else???




in every city in every town der r dolmus routes bod...be clear...or ask somewer....we have done sth like u want...hehhheeh...nobody can think dis bfor u...if i heard i ll help u ok....


have fun

3.       SuiGeneris
3922 posts
 23 Jan 2006 Mon 01:42 am

Quoting bod:

Is there any such thing as a dolmus route map and or timetable published on the web or anywhere else???



www.iett.gov.tr

check this out... there is code numbers and routes of the public busses..

4.       bod
5999 posts
 23 Jan 2006 Mon 03:20 pm

Quoting ramayan:

in every city in every town der r dolmus routes bod...be clear...or ask somewer....we have done sth like u want...hehhheeh...nobody can think dis bfor u...if i heard i ll help u ok....



Last time we were in Türkiye we found a wonderful restaurant about 20km west of Içmeler. I know we can get to/from Içmeler by dolmus but want to try and get back to Aurora.

I could drive of course like I did last time.......
But they sell Efes

5.       bod
5999 posts
 23 Jan 2006 Mon 03:24 pm

Quoting SuiGeneris:

http://www.iett.gov.tr

check this out... there is code numbers and routes of the public busses..



Thanks - but this just seems to be for the area around İstanbul......where we will be staying is a very long way from İstanbul :-S

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