Train stations

Train stations of Turkey will amaze you.

Many of them are historic buildings, either from Ottoman or first years of Turkish Republic. Most will surely attract photgraphers’ interest.

Sivas train station. Photo: Onur Uysal

Especially in cities/towns where train is not popular anymore, stations are far from the new city centers. However, high speed trains make trains again popular in Turkey.

Travel pass (Trenkart) is only sold at some stations and lockers are not very widespread.

Train Stations in Turkey

Click station name for locations, public transport, facilities around, trains calling at station and contact info of station:

Marmara

Adapazari – ArifiyeCerkezkoyCorluEdirneGebzeHalkaliHaydarpasaSirkeciIzmitKapikuleMithatpasaPendikUzunkopru

West Anatolia

Alasehir – AlsancakAydinBalikesirBandirmaBasmaneDenizliManisaNazilliÖdemis – Ortaklar – SelcukSokeSomaTire – Torbali

Black Sea

Amasya – Caycuma – Gokcebey – Karabuk – SamsunZonguldak

Central Anatolia

AfyonAksehirAnkaraBilecikBozuyukCumraEskisehirKaramanKayseriKirikkaleKonyaKutahyaPolatli – Tavsanli – Usak

East Anatolia

Akyaka – BatmanCetinkayaDivrigi – Diyarbakir – ElazigErzincanErzurumKars – Kurtalan – MalatyaSivasTatvanVan

Mediterranean

AdanaIskenderun – Islahiye – Mersin – Osmaniye – Tarsus – Yenice

Outside Turkey

BelgradeBucharest – Dimitrovgrad – Nis – Plovdiv – SofiaTabriz – Tehran – Villach