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Adnan Menderes Airport is loacted in İzmir and has both international and domestic terminals.

Izmir, Turkey

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Adnan Menderes Airport is loacted in İzmir and has both international and domestic terminals.

Address

Dokuz Eylül Mh., 35425, Turkey

Phone

+90 232 274 2626

Terminals

Adnan Menderes Airport’s main terminal offers the highest standards of services and facilities to travelers to relax after a journey. Procedures at the terminal center are fast and efficient. The terminal is multifunctional and modern.

Prayer Facilities

For prayer needs, the Adnan Menderes Airport provides prayer room and mosque facilities for Muslim ladies and gentlemen. The room is appropriately arranged for Muslim passengers.

Halal Food

There is insufficient information on Halal friendly, alcohol-free food at Adnan Menderes Airport. It is recommended that Muslim diners inquire about the Halal status of food before dining or simply opt for vegetarian food! Several food courts are available at Adnan Menderes Airport, giving passengers several options such as restaurants, cafes and fast-food outlets. There are plenty of Halal food courts available outside the airport.

Transport

Varieties of transport options are available at the Adnan Menderes Airport at affordable prices. Travelers can easily get into a bus or pick-up a car or taxi which can be taken from the area. Taxis are a popular - and also cheap - method of transport. 
 

Shopping

There are plenty of duty-free shops at Adnan Menderes Airport to buy goods. Passengers may purchase the best perfumes and cosmetics, chocolates, bags, fashion items, sweets, eyeglasses, sun glasses and soft toys. There are varieties of shops including superstores, gift and crafts shops as well as clothing shops.

Amenities

Plenty of modern facilities are available within the Adnan Menderes Airport including banking facilities, internet access, public telephones, cafes, restaurants, duty-free outlets, pharmacies, first aid services, dentists, conference rooms, multi-purpose meeting and event centre, wheelchair services, staff assistance, ATMs, luggage facilities and post offices.

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    Turkey has been welcoming tourists all year round and is one of the top destinations for travelers. The Mediterranean climate allows traveling all year round an ideal one. Turkey have so many to offer, be it the sandy beaches and vast seas to scenic nature and the historical sites. This culturally rich country is also a Muslim-friendly destination, allowing you to have a smooth trip where you can explore and enjoy beautiful places as well as practice your faith with ease. Recently, Turkey has slowly eased travel restrictions. It is possible that sooner or later, it would be swarmed with tourists once again. Even though international travel may take some time to recover, it is still never too early to plan for your next destination in Turkey after Covid-19, given that it is home to some of the best places and cities to visit.  If Turkey is your destination, check out these 10 best places to visit in Turkey! via GIPHY  1. Istanbul Image Credit: Adli Wahid on Unsplash; The Famous Blue Mosque in Istanbul.  Istanbul can never be left out when it comes to Turkey. It is one of the largest cities in Turkey. Despite being a modern city with a European ambiance, it has beautiful architecture and historical sites dated back to the Ottoman and Byzantine Empires. You can find thousands of mosques in the city, the most famous one being the Blue Mosque. Stand a chance to admire the beautiful architecture and the interior design of the Blue Mosque, unique to Turkey. Image Credit: Zen zeee on Unsplash; Hagia Sophia, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Monuments.  After that, take a trip down a historical site, Hagia Sophia, one of the UNESCO World Heritage Monuments. This museum used to be a church that was later transformed into a mosque during the Ottoman empire. 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    Manisa ili, Batı Anadolu'da Spil Dağı ile Gediz Nehri arasında yer alır ve Ege Bölgesine ulaşım için önemli bir kavşak noktasındadır. Sabuncubeli Geçidi'ndeki sahil kenti İzmir'in hemen doğusunda yer alan Manisa, MÖ 190'de Magnesia olarak kuruldu. Osmanlı döneminde önemli bir il merkezi olan Manisa, kısa bir süre önce Türkiye ekonomisinin sanayi kollarından biri olmaya başladı. Kent, gelişmiş bir tarım, sanayi ve ticaret kentidir. Kuruluş tarihi M.Ö. 3000 yılına kadar iner ve Hitit, Frig, Lydia, Makedonya, Roma, Bizans, Türk Devletleri ve Osmanlı medeniyetlerinin izleri ve kalıntıları kentte bulunur. Tarih boyunca yoğunlaştırılmış kültür ve sanat ve ticaret yolları Manisa ilini, farklı tatil imkânı sağlayan zengin kültürel ve doğal güzelliklere sahip çekici ve ilginç bir tatil merkezi haline getirmiştir. 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