Train stations

Train stations in Turkey are full of surprises for travelers.

Many of the train stations in Turkey are old -and historical- buildings constructed in late Ottoman or early Turkish Republic times, which allow photographers taking amazing pictures.

Some are now far away from the city center especially if train is not popular in that city. However, high speed trains seem to increase this popularity a lot.

Note that travel passes are available only in some of them and lockers rarely found in stations.

See more by clicking the stations below:

Train Stations in Turkey

Marmara region

Adapazarı – ArifiyeÇerkezköy – Çorlu – Edirne – GebzeHalkalıHaydarpaşaSirkeciİzmitKapıkule – Mithatpaşa – Pendik – Uzunköprü

West Anatolia

Alaşehir – AlsancakAydınBalıkesirBandırmaBasmaneDenizli – Manisa – Nazilli – Ödemiş – Ortaklar – SelçukSökeSomaTire – Torbalı

Black Sea region

Amasya – Çaycuma – Gökçebey – Karabük – Samsun – Zonguldak

Central Anatolia

Afyon – Akşehir – AnkaraBilecikBozüyükÇumraEskişehirKaramanKayseri – Kırıkkale – KonyaKütahya – Marşandiz – Polatlı – Sincan – Tavşanlı – Uşak

East Anatolia

Akyaka – Batman – Çetinkaya – Divriği – Diyarbakır – Elazığ – Erzincan – ErzurumKars – Kurtalan – MalatyaSivasTatvan – Van

Mediterranean region

Adanaİskenderun – Islahiye – Mersin – Osmaniye – Tarsus – Yenice

Outside Turkey

BelgradeBucharest – Dimitrovgrad – Niş – Plovdiv – Sofia – Tabriz – Tehran – Villach