Where is the Eurasian Tunnel?

How long does the Eurasian Tunnel cost per night
How long does the Eurasian Tunnel cost per night

The Eurasia Tunnel (Istanbul Strait Road Tube Crossing Project) is a tube gateway that provides the Asian and European sides of Istanbul under the sea floor. Starting from the European side of the Bosphorus, it continues from the bottom of the water to the Anatolian side.

Since the construction of the Eurasian Tunnel, it is a great convenience for citizens who have to travel between two sides of Istanbul. Those who haven't been here before wonder about the position of the Eurasia Tunnel. The Eurasia Tunnel ends at Yenikapı, located on the European side of Istanbul, and ends at Üsküdar, an Anatolian side town.

AVRASYA TUNNEL WHERE? HOW TO GO?

The Eurasian Tunnel which connects both sides of Istanbul; On the European side, you can reach Kazlıçeşme, Kocamustafapaşa, Yenikapı and Kumkapı. Acıbadem, Uzunçayır and Göztepe can be listed on the Asian side as access points to the Eurasia Tunnel. The entrance and exit points of the tunnel; It is located on the Asian side between Koşuyolu Intersection and Eyüp Aksoy Interchange. The entrance points of the Eurasian Tunnel on the European side are located around Kumkapı.

EURASIA TUNNEL HOW MUCH AGREEMENTS?

Currently, the Toll of Eurasia Tunnel for cars 23,30 TL, for minibuses 34,90 TL ..

WHAT IS EURASIA TUNNEL?

The Eurasia Tunnel Project (Istanbul Strait Road Tube Crossing Project) connects Asian and European sides with a road tunnel passing under the sea floor. The Avrasya Tunnel, which serves in Kazlıçeşme-Göztepe line where there is a heavy traffic in Istanbul, covers a total of 14,6 kilometers.

The 5,4 kilometer section of the project consists of a two-storey tunnel constructed with a special technology under the sea floor and connection tunnels constructed with other methods. The approach roads between Sarayburnu-Kazlıçeşme and Harem-Göztepe were expanded and intersections, car underpasses and pedestrian overpasses were built. (MORNING)

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