Bus 8 links the centre with both Konyaaltı and Lara beaches.


Taxis around the centre cost around ₺10. It's ₺40 to ₺50 from Kaleiçi to the airport, and ₺25 to the otogar.

Tickets & Passes

To ride any public transport, you must buy an Antalyakart (rechargeable transport card). They can be purchased at many kiosks and newsagents near tram stops or on the bus. It costs ₺5, plus credit. Tram journeys cost ₺2 and bus journeys ₺2.60.


Antalya's sleek, double-track AntRay tram line runs from the northern areas of the city via the otogar (bus station) into the centre and then heads east via the airport and Aksu (for Perge). For travellers it's the simplest way of getting in and out of town from the transport hubs, plus it provides a cheap and efficient option of visiting Perge. Trams run every five-to-10 minutes.

Antalya's original 6km-long single-track antik or nostalji tramvay (tram) has 10 stops. It runs every half-hour between 7am and 11pm. The tram stops at Kale Kapısı at 12 and 42 minutes past the hour, and heads along Cumhuriyet and Konyaaltı Caddesis to Antalya Museum (Müze stop).

The two tram lines are not linked, but the İsmet Paşa stop on the AntRay is a short walk from the central Kale Kapısı stop on the antik tramvay.