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Trabzon is in the Eastern Karadeniz region of Turkey.
A major trade centre since times immemorial, and visited by Marco Polo among many others, Trabzon is today one of the major cities of Turkey's northeastern coast.
By daily planes from Ankara, Istanbul and Izmir. There are also planes from Adana (Pegasus Airlines) and Bursa (Borajet), as well as scheduled international flights from certain European and regional cities.
By bus from all major cities in Turkey. From Istanbul they depart several times per day. There are also buses from Tbilisi, Georgia which serve as a useful point of entry to the country from Caucasus. There will be a "servis" from the bus station to the city centre.
Turkish Maritime Lines used to operate two weekly ferryboats between Istanbul and various Black Sea ports. However, as of 2007, this service has been cancelled.
There are also ferries twice a week from Sochi on Russian Black Sea coast.
Frequent Dolmuş connections inside the city. If you want to go from Trabzon's otogar to Atatürk Alanı, cross the main street and flag down any dolmus with the direction "Meydan". The city dolmus station is under a bridge on the south side of Atatürk Alanı. Dolmus leave from here also to Boztepe viewpoint and to Aya Sofia.
For general tourist information, the tourist office is located right on Atatürk Alani square, on the southern side. The clerk speaks English very well and provides you with a wealth of information about Trabzon and its surroundings.
Hidirnebi Plateau. Beatiful place in Trabzon, Akçaabat. Altitude of 1200m. There is natural beauty. xxkm form Akçabaat, xxim from Trabzon. Transportation is provided by private car or tour. Grocery store, bakery, butcher, there are picnic area in Hıdırnebi.
Aya Sofya Museum. A beautiful and picturesque church converted into a mosque and later into a museum that still has stunning frescoes within—just like its namesake in Istanbul. There is a peaceful open-air tea garden on the grounds.
Uzungöl, a lake up in the mountains 99 km from Trabzon, 19 km from Caykara and at an altitude of 1090 m. A great number of broken rocks from the slopes filled up Haldizen stream and Uzungöl was formed in this way. There are some other small lakes on the mountains which are 15-20 km. from Uzungöl. The lake is also surrounded by convenient tracks for hiking. There are some facilities such as bungalows and some establishments which rear trout. Tourism agencies organise tours for the day in the summer.
Günes Sanat Galerisi. This art gallery is made by mr Azmi Aytekin, a 73 year old painter and thinker from Zigana. He has traveled around the world, and has settled in the small village Zigana near the magnificent Zigana mountains.
Trabzonspor why not watch a match of the local football team, Trabzonspor, the most successful team in Turkey outside of Istanbul. If you are in the city on a weekend, you can watch the team at the Hüseyin Avni Stadium.
If you're brave, try traditional Turkish bath, what is called a Hamam. A really great authentic Turkish experience, and the people are very nice and will walk you through everything.
There are nice local meals really worth a try. Especially, pide and köfte are really famous with their taste in Turkey. Pide is kind of pizza which is made with a special bread and cheese. You can also try "kiymali" which is made with meat and served with butter.
You can find a cheap but good place near city center called "Cardak Pide Salonu"
All food in Trabzon is cooked to a high hygienic standard, and additionally most restaurants give you free hand wipes to clean your hands before and after eating food.
There are only a few restaurants in the center serving alcohol. Among them Bordo Mavi in the garden of clubhouse of Trabzonspor. Thankfully, the popular Efes Pub is right off Ataturk Square, just down the street from the Burger King. They only serve snacks like fries and peanuts, but are open until midnight. Ladies, note that the far half of the bar (partitioned) is for men only.