|Date:||Thursday, November 18, 2021|
Do you like to travel and enjoy the scenery? Would you like to travel for more than a day in nature.
The date of restarting the Touristic Eastern Express
Do you love to travel and enjoy the scenery?
Do you want to travel for more than a day in nature, in a luxurious classic setting?
On the Touristic Eastern Express, you can take enjoyable trips inside Turkey, as it is a tourist train that makes its way through Turkish areas, including historical sites and beautiful landscapes. A train that also includes: accommodation and meals, and also has a festive atmosphere.
Tourist travel adventure on the Touristic Eastern Express
The Eastern Express Tourist Train consists of 9 carriages, 2 for service, 1 for dining and 6 for family. The train, can serve up to 120 passengers. The ticket price is 400 ₺ if one person is traveling in one room and 250 ₺ per person if two people are traveling.
It is the focus of interest for tourists and university students, as well as long-distance travel enthusiasts, to see the various tourist attractions in different states.
The length of the journey between Ankara and Kars is 1,300 km, and takes 31 hours and 40 minutes, and it passes through the states of Qirikkale, Kayseri, Sivas, Erzigan, and Erzurum.
The trip also provides a unique view that enables travelers to stand on the natural richness that characterizes the various regions of the Anatolian plateau during the four seasons.
The launch of the first modern flights of the Orient Express, between Ankara and Kars, on May 29, in response to the increasing demands of Turkish citizens, travel enthusiasts in all seasons, in addition to foreign tourists and university students.
The Orient Express tourist track is one of the most beautiful tracks around the world, and long stops in the states of Erzincan, Erzurum and Sivas provide an important opportunity for tourists to explore the region and enjoy its beautiful nature.
The tourist train stops in Erzincan for two hours and 50 minutes, in Erzurum for two hours and 40 minutes, and in Sivas for two hours and 50 minutes, in order to enable tourists to visit important sites in those states and learn about their tourism potential.
The “Orient Express” will resume its flights between Ankara and Kars in mid-December
With life gradually beginning to return to normal in Turkey after an interruption due to the Corona pandemic, the Turkish Minister of Transport and Infrastructure, "Adel Kara Ismailoglu", announced the resumption of the "Tourist Orient Train" flights again, starting from next December 15.
He also explained that 37,000 passengers have traveled on the Eastern Express since its first trip, noting that the Ankara-Kars route was chosen as one of the 4 best train routes in the world by travel writers.
He pointed out that the 1,300-kilometer Ankara-Kars route was completed in 31 hours and 40 minutes, and the Kars-Ankara route was completed in 32 hours and 37 minutes, and passengers had the opportunity to see historical and cultural values while tasting different flavors.
Meanwhile, the Minister of Transport confirmed that the Eastern Express tourist train provides opportunities to explore not only Kars, but also Sivas, Erzurum and Erzincan on its route:
He pointed out that "the Eastern Express tourist train stopped on the Ankara-Kars line, in Ilic and Erzurum, as well as in Erzincan, Divrigi, and Sivas for 3 hours, which gives the opportunity for group and individual travelers to visit the tourist places."
And as the identifier for the train that stops at these stations, it takes its passengers to Dark Canyon. It explores the natural and cultural heritage, including the Üç Kümbetler, the Çifte Minareli Madrasah, the archaeological site of Ani, and the Divriği Grand Mosque, the Gök Madrasa. Travel enthusiasts have the opportunity to witness the richness of the gastronomic as well as the richness of the history.”
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Travelers who arrive in Kars can see examples of buildings that were built during the period of the Russian occupation, according to the architectural characteristics of the Baltic Sea Basin region, in the neighborhoods of Yusuf Pasha, Ortakabi and Al-Gomhuriya.
These buildings were built by engineers brought from Holland, and include columns that were raised according to the building technology prevailing in the northern European region, in addition to stone models and statues.
Visitors to Kars are also advised to visit the shrine of the famous mystic Abu al-Hasan al-Harkani, the Great Mosque of Kars, the Kars Museum and the Stone Bridge dating back to 1579, because of their artistic and architectural characteristics.
Visitors are also advised to visit the archaeological site of Ani, which is considered the largest trading center in the Middle Ages, and since 2016 has been included in the World Heritage List of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization "UNESCO", where visitors to this building can go on a journey to the past and learn about the artistic and architectural values that prevailed In the Middle Ages.
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