These are crucial for city public transport. There are 2800 IETT buses and 2000 private public buses administred by IETT( Istanbul Electric Tramway Administration). These buses start operating at 05:30 a.m. Services get less frequent after 10:00 p.m and end at 11:00 p.m. We recomend you to use the Istanbul Card system if you travel by bus frequently.
The line number and departure- arrival points are written on the destination signs on the front of buses you can see the route it will fallow as well as the departure and arrival points. You need the press the stop button before arriving at the bus stop where you want to get off.
Public Bus: This group which comprises double deckers and green buses as well as the normal buses Istanbul Card and electronic tickets. See the related section for more information about Istanbul Card and electronic ticket.
Private Public Bus: While akbil and electronic tickets are accepted on these buses, you can also pay your fire in cash. Pay your fare to the officer on the left of the front door.
Where You Can Go with Public Buses in Istanbul
Beşiktas, is one of the oldest disricts built outside the city walls of Istanbul. It is on the European (Rumeli) side of the Bosphorus, lying between Tophane and Ortaköy. If you think to come to Istanbul city, exactky should see the old district. Why? Maybe I can’t define it, but when you come to this district
Chora church, This ancient structure is located on the sixth hill of Istanbul. Near Edirnekapi in Fatih, Chora church was built inside the city walls.
Dolmabahçe Palace, The location of Dolmabahçe Palace is believed to be the spot where the Argounat anchored while Jason was on his quest for the Golden Fleece. This is also the spot where Sultan Mehmet II is believed to have brought his fleet to land during the conquest of Constantinople; from here he was able to reach the Golden Horn.