"Bus travel to and from Amasya" Amasya Transportation Tip by maykal
Amasya Transportation: 8 reviews and 10 photos
We arrived by bus and left by bus, in the direction of Samsun. There are plenty of buses on this route, as it is the main way of travelling between the Black Sea and the South-East...some of the buses passing through were en route to Diyarbakir, a marathon slog of 27 hours!! The journey to Samsun takes only 3-4 hours, from where there are buses heading to Sinop to the West, and Trabzon to the East.
The bus station is a good few kilometres from the centre of town, so walking is only for the sadistic. There are dolmuslar which shuttle into town regularly...the only problem is knowing where to get off! getting to the bus station is easier, as the bus companies have offices in the centre of town adn run their own shuttle services which should depart in time for the buses...ours was late though, which seemed to worry the man in the office more than it worried us...I would have happily spent a few more hours in Amasya.
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