Book the Most Affordable Ankara-Igdir Flight Ticket
The caves bearing the traces of the ancient period, the valleys admired for their nature, a heritage bearing the spirit of the history, await their visitors in Igdir. AnadoluJet is beside you on the Ankara-Igdir route, too, for the most beautiful travels. You can fly safely with the specialist flight crew and cabin crew of AnadoluJet.
You can make a pleasant flight to Igdir with AnadoluJet that offers the cheap Ankara-Igdir flight ticket advantages. For the cheapest Ankara-Igdir flight ticket price, after setting your date range, you can select the ticket that suits you best from the “Search Flight” section of AnadoluJet.
You can use the online ticket system of AnadoluJet for the most affordable Ankara-Igdir flight ticket. With the ticket you will book on the online system of AnadoluJet, you can check in online before coming to the airport, thus saving time.
AnadoluJet also offers its passengers practical solutions to book Ankara-Igdir flight ticket. In AnadoluJet, you can reserve your ticket before booking it if you wish so. After selecting your ticket on the online channels, you can make a reservation. The price of your ticket is fixed at the rate on your reservation date. In AnadoluJet, you can reserve your flight ticket anytime between 355 days and 72 hours to the flight. Come on, explore Igdir with Ankara-Igdir flight ticket full of pleasure!
How to go to Ankara Esenboga Airport from the City Center?
One of Turkey's doors opening to the world, Ankara Esenboga Airport has a rather heavy air traffic. At Ankara Esenboga Airport that has been serving since 1955, you can realize your domestic and international travels by the flights of the leading airline companies.
One of Turkey's biggest airports, Ankara Esenboga Airport is also known as our country's most modern and environment-friendly airport. Ankara Esenboga Airport is 28 km to the city center. Located on the border of Akyurt and Cubuk districts, restaurants, cafés, and lounges in Ankara Esenboga Airport give uninterrupted service for 24 hours a day.
Taxi is the most comfortable and fastest means of transport to Ankara Esenboga Airport from the city center. You can find the taxis that charge the same price 24 hours a day almost everywhere in the city. Although it may vary by traffic and weather conditions, it takes 40-50 minutes on average to go to Ankara Esenboga Airport from the city center by taxi.
Havas shuttle buses constitute one of the most preferred alternatives to go to the airport easily. By the services performed for all flights from Ankara Esenboga Airport, the journey to airport takes 60 minutes on average. You can use Havas shuttle buses that depart from points such as ASTI Bus Terminal Arrivals Floor platform no. 129-130, Station Avenue Eryaman High-Speed Train Station, and Pursaklar. For more information, please click here.
Public transport is one of the alternative means of transport to airport from the city center. Belko Air buses give service under the control of Ankara Metropolitan Municipality. For information on the service times, routes, and fares of the buses number 442K, 442A, and 442B that depart from points such as Kizilay, ASTI, Batikent, please click here.
You can go to the airport through a private travel by benefiting from the options of renting a car meeting your needs from the car rental offices available in Ankara.
General Information on Igdir
Igdir, which is called “the first place where the sun shows itself” touches the borders of 3 countries: Nakhchivan, Iran, and Armenia. Igdir, which came to life at the meeting point of Aras River and Arpacay, also includes a large part of the Mount Agri within its borders. This city, which represents Turkey’s easternmost point, hosted numerous civilizations from the Hittites to Assyrians, Persians to Sumerians throughout its history that goes back to circa 5000-4000 B.C.
In addition to its historical richness, it also includes the salt caves that are capable of meeting Turkey’s salt need for 100 years. The visitors who think that the salt caves can have positive effects on the respiratory tract diseases flood this place.
The crater created by the meteor that hit a region that is 42 km to the city center in 1892 was recorded as the second biggest meteor crater of the world. Therefore, the curious travelers visit this place absolutely.
With its deep-rooted history, cultural mosaic remaining from numerous civilizations, architecture that bears the traces of the past, fascinating nature, ruins, salt caves, local tastes, and unique landscapes, Igdir is a great option for those who want to have a different experience.
How to go to the City Center from Igdir Sehit Bulent Aydin Airport?
Active in the civil air transport field since 2012, Igdir Sehit Bulent Aydin Airport is 18 km to the city center. Igdir Sehit Bulent Aydin Airport where only the domestic flights are performed is located near Kulluk Village of Igdir. Igdir Sehit Bulent Aydin Airport that functions as a bridge for transportations to the Eastern Anatolia Region has a car park for 75 vehicles.
You can prefer the taxi option for an easy and comfortable transfer from Igdir Sehit Bulent Aydin Airport to the city center and any point you want in the city. You can find taxi easily in front of the airport terminal building exit gate. Your travel from Igdir Sehit Bulent Aydin Airport to the city center takes 30 minutes on average.
Another option to go to the city center rapidly and more economically than taxi is the buses. You can find the buses that will carry you from the airport to the city center in 30 minutes in front of Igdir Sehit Bulent Aydin Airport terminal exit. In addition to the buses that depart separately for each flight, you can go to Tuzluca district by minibus you can find in front of the terminal exit gate.
You can also prefer renting a car as a personal alternative to go to the city center and any point you want in the city from Igdir Sehit Bulent Aydin Airport. You can go anywhere you want in the city and to the neighboring cities easily by selecting a car in the segment you want from the car rental offices at the airport.
What to eat in Igdir?
In Igdir, where you can see the diversity brought by historical richness and being a home to different civilizations in every family house and the restaurants, a wide-ranging food culture awaits you. In this city, you can taste all different meals special to this region only and made in none of the other regions, and meet extremely delicious new tastes.
“Bozbas” made of lamb meat and chickpea and enhanced with spices tops the list of the meals special to Igdir. After it has been cooked, the meal is served in zinc mugs.
“Horre” that is made of margarine, flour, and water only is one of the most beloved soups of the region. You can find this soup, which is very easy to make and attention-grabbing for its taste, easily in the local restaurants.
“Sour rice with lepe” is another taste made of meat over rice. What makes this meal different from the normal rice with meat is lots of turmeric it includes. This unique meat meal that has a different aroma is served on rice.
“Katlet” that is interesting for its dimensions and shapes is one of the most beloved tastes of Igdir. “Katlet”, which is a meatball made by adding parsley and spices to onion and potato grated in a bowl, is fried in frying oil in a long and bulky form.
The “eggplant jam” that you must try if you like to try different tastes especially leaves a unique taste in your mouth. You can consume this delicious taste that is prepared by boiling the eggplants that are left in lime water the night before in sugared water with lemon, comfortably in breakfast and as a snack.
The world-renowned Igdir apricot (Salag) is also one of the natural tastes you can find in the region. This species of apricot, a festival is organized for which every year, grows in Kagizman. Since it ripens early, its harvest can be started in early June.
Briefly, it is possible to find the tastes of different civilizations in Igdir. The recipes each of which has been adopted by the local people and produced naturally by using the local products create a global cuisine in which you can find all tastes of the Anatolian civilizations in one place.
Where to stay in Igdir?
The Teacher’s Lodge at the intersection of the Irfan and Kurtulus Avenues that will meet you when you arrive in the city is one of the first places where you can stay in. You can stay in the Teacher’s Lodge that is attention-grabbing with its decency and cleanliness by making a reservation in advance and enjoy your travel.
The hotels and boarding houses located on Kazim Karabekir Avenue that is the center of the city are available on the right and left sides of the avenue. Around the hotels where you can rent a room on the basis of “full board”, “half board”, “for one night,” or “for one week”, there are the public institutions like municipality, university, and police station. From these centers that are located within a walking distance, you can obtain detailed information on the city and inquire about the cultural tours.
Another advantage of the hotels that are located in the city center is that they are at an equal distance to both the cultural riches and the natural wonders. You can go to these places by car, or enhance your cultural tourism experience by urban buses, and program your day-trips easily.
If you consider visiting Igdir in time of the festivals, you should make reservation in advance. In this region that attracts the attention of both domestic and foreign tourists, although the number of accommodation facilities has been increasing day by day, it is possible to have a peak season in festival periods. You can get help from the local shopkeepers and operators to book a place that meets your needs and budget, and ensure a comfortable and hygienic stay easily.
Must-Do's in Igdir
AnadoluJet accompanies you in your travel with Ankara-Igdir flight ticket. After a comfortable journey from Ankara to Igdir, you will arrive at Igdir Şehit Bulent Aydin Airport. You can explore the natural beauties of Igdir admired for the tour sites at and around the city center, and examine its historical heritage. Healing salt caves, caravanserais defying the ages and many more await you in Igdir travel.
- Visit Igdir Caravanserai built in the era of Anatolian Seljuks.
- Explore the extraction of healing salts by entering the tunnels in Tuzluca Salt Caves.
- See the world’s second biggest meteor crater.
- Visit the Martyred Turks Monument and Museum that symbolize the Armenian assaults.
- Explore the history of Igdir in Karakale Ruins.
- Participate in the Traditional Igdir Apricot Festival organized in June.
- Take a nature walk around Aras River.
- Taste Bozbas, one of the beloved local flavors of Igdir.
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