There are other ways to get to Turkey:
Most ships calling at Turkish ports are for cruises, not simple passage (more on cruise ships docking in Turkey…). As of 2011, there are no longer direct ferries between Turkey and Italy, but you can still travel on this route via Greece and the ferries between the Greek Aegean islands and Turkey. More….
Still, there is one s-lo-w nightly train, the Bosphorus Express, between Istanbul‘s Sirkeci Station and, Sofia, Bulgaria; Belgrade, Serbia (Belgrat, 23 hours) and Bucharest, Romania (Bükres, 20 hours), whence you can connect with trains to Budapest (36 hours), Venice, Munich and other destinations in central and western Europe. More…
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