Opening Hours Exhibition
19 July 2017 10:00 AM - 06:30 PM
20 July 2017 10:00 AM - 06:30 PM
21 July 2017 10:00 AM - 06:30 PM
22 July 2017 10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
Pre-registered and invitation visitors : Free entrance
Onsite without any invitation : 20 Turkish Lira
Make sure to register online before 18 July 2017, and save 20 Turkish Lira on entree fee
Venue: Istanbul Fair Center Hall 9-10
Address: Yeşilköy Mah. PK: 34149 Yeşilköy, Bakırköy, İstanbul ( Opposite to Atatürk Airport )
From Atatürk International Airport to the venue ( 1 Km )
- By Taxi: Taxi queue is one level below the arrival terminal. It will take around only 5 minutes
- By Metro: Access via Underground from Aksaray and Atatürk Airport ''World Trade Centre Istanbul Fair Center'' destination
-Shuttle is avaible from Metro Station to the Hall entrance in every 10 minutes.
From Sabiha Gökçen International Airport to the venue ( 70 Km )
- By Taxi: It will take around depends on the traffic hour. It will take min. 45 minutes and max 2,5 hours.
- By Bus : Take Havas bus to the Taksim, when you get off at the Taksim, take the Havatas bus again to Atatürk Airport. When you come to Atatürk Airport, take metro or taxi to the İstanbul Fair Center.
Ps: Not Recommended from Sabiha Gökçen Airport
The local time zone is GMT +3 hours.
Travel to Istanbul
Did you know that Istanbul is ranked as the world's most popular travel destination?* The city's strategic location between Europe and Asia, multiple international airports, wide range of hotels and vibrant centre makes Istanbul the favourite destination of many business travellers.
Istanbul is Turkey's most populous city, and its cultural and financial centre. Located on both sides of the Bosphorus, the narrow strait between the Black Sea and the Marmara Sea, Istanbul bridges Asia and Europe both physically and culturally. Istanbul's population is estimated to be between 12 and 19 million people, making it also one of the largest in Europe and the world.
Most planes arrive at Istanbul Atatürk Airport (IATA: IST), 20 km west of the city centre. From the airport, there are various options for getting into Istanbul: you can take a taxi (about 50-60 TL to Taksim. There is no night fare in Istanbul - the price would be the same at midnight or midday. About the same to Sultanahmet), the express bus service run by the local airport service called "Havataş" http://www.havatas.com/ which departs half-hourly between 4AM-midnight and costs 11 TL to Taksim and Aksaray, the public bus (line #96T) run by İETT costing lower with İstanbulKart , which has fewer departure times now, due to Havatas, which is also a municipality engaged bus service. Istanbul also has a second airport, Sabiha Gökçen International Airport (IATA: SAW), located in the Anatolian side of the city.
Depending on nationality, foreigners arriving in Istanbul may need to purchase tourist visas (USA and some EU citizens, depending on exact nationality, do). As of May 2013 the Turkish government has launched the e-Visa system in which you can apply and pay for your visa online and print it out at home prior to your trip to avoid waiting in line at the visa desk at the airport.
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Sightseeing & Places of Interest
With its long history at the center of empires, Istanbul offers a wealth of historic and religious places to take in. The bulk of these ancient monuments, dating back to Roman, Byzantine, and Ottoman periods, including the Hagia Sophia, Topkapı Palace, Sultanahmet Mosque (Blue Mosque), and Basilica Cistern are located around Sultanahmet Square, while some others are dispersed throughout the peninsula of old city, such as Church of St Savior in Chora (Kariye Müzesi), entire inside of which is covered by mindblowing frescoes and mosaics. An impressive section of mostly intact Theodosian walls, which mark the full length of western boundary of the peninsula, is right next to this particular church. Click here for more information about sights in Istanbul.
Istanbul has a temperate oceanic climate which is influenced by a continental climate, with hot and humid summers and cold, wet and occasionally snowy winter. Late spring (late May to early June) and early autumn (late September to early October) are very pleasant and therefore the best times to visit the city. During these periods it is neither cold nor hot, and still sunny, though the nights can be chilly and rain is common.