Ankara: Distances & Travel Times

Ankara is the heart of Central Anatolia and, as Turkey’s capital, has transport routes to all parts of the country.

Here are distances and average travel times from Ankara to other important turkish cities and towns. These should be fairly accurate if you’re riding a bus. If you’re driving your own car and don’t stop often, your travel times may be shorter.

Adana: 490 km (305 miles) SE, 9 hours

Afyon: 260 km (162 miles) W, 3 hours

Aksaray: 230 km (143 miles) S, 3 hours

Amasya: 335 km (208 miles) NE, 5 hours

Antalya: 550 km (342 miles) SW, 8 hours

Boğazkale: 200 km (124 miles) E, 3.5 hours

Cappadocia: 300 km (186 miles) SE, 5 hours

Erzurum: 925 km (575 miles) E, 12 hours

Eskişehir: 232 km (144 miles) W, 3.75 hours

Istanbul: 450 km (280 miles) NW, 5 hours

İzmir: 600 km (373 miles) W, 8 hours

Kayseri: 330 km (205 miles) SE, 4.5 hours

Kırşehir: 175 km (109 miles) SE, 2 hours

Konya: 260 km (162 miles) S, 3 hours

Nevşehir: 285 km (177 miles) SE, 4 hours

Safranbolu: 225 km (140 miles) N, 4 hours

Samsun: 420 km (261 miles), 7 hours

Sinop: 445 km (277 miles) NE, 9 hours

Sivas: 450 km (280 miles) E, 6 hours

Trabzon: 780 km (485 miles) NE, 12 hours

Ürgüp: 308 km (191 miles), 4.5 hours

—by Tom Brosnahan


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