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How to get to high speed train in Eskisehir?

Eskisehir has strong high speed train connections and train station can be accessed by tram from all important attraction points of city.

Two lines of Eskisehir’s award-winning tram system (Estram), SSK-Osmangazi and SSK-Otogar, is passing through Espark. Each lines has a frequency of 13 minutes and trams run from early morning to late night (Click for tram timetable).

Here below are the directions to access to high speed train in Eskisehir by public transport:

Eskisehir Train Station Map

What’s inside?

Main bus station, Osmangazi and Anadolu universities
Odunpazarı old houses, City center (Çarşı), Eskişehir stadium
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  1. Thanks, Onur. Very interesting and useful information. It is a shame, however that EsTram doesn’t actually call at the station, especially for passengers with luggage, etc.

    • You’re welcome. I did it first for myself, and then shared in Rail Turkey. And it’s really sad not to have a more encouraging tram stop.

  2. While the new tunnel section was being built, there used to be a level crossing between the trams and the main line from Eskisehir to Ankara, near the current Espark tram stop. This was controlled by a man with a flag; when the bell rang to say a main line train was coming, the man with the flag would emerge from his hut and flag down any trams to a halt, until the main line train had passed. It was quite bizarre to travel on a YHT and see trams waiting to cross immediately after you passed! This unusual operation ceased once the new tunnels opened.

  3. Hi can you provide me with some info if i arrived early morning to eskichechir what i have to do first sazova park ? Or porsuk river which one is next to train station because i have to return to Istanbul on the same day if i can call uber for my transportation pls some info

    • People from Eskisehir would better answer this, but I strongly suggest you to have a walk through the Porsuk River, have a tea/coffee there..


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