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The average price of fuel in Kusadasi is R85,26 per litre over the past 30 days. Filling up a tank of fuel costs between R1 023 and R1 364, depending on the car size.
Mini (Kia Picanto or similar) is the most frequently booked car hire type in Kusadasi.
The only car hire company onsite at Adnan Menderes Arpt airport is Cizgi Rent A Car.
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A Mini car hire in Kusadasi costs R658 per day, on average.
A Compact car hire in Kusadasi costs R662 per day, on average.
An Economy car hire in Kusadasi costs R704 per day, on average.
The roads in Kusadasi can be narrow and get quite busy at times, which makes larger cars a bit of a pain. If you're able to, stick to smaller, more compact cars that are easier to navigate and easier to park with. The roads in and around Kusadasi are relatively good, so you don't need 4x4s or big cars. If you're travelling with a family, consider a larger sedan or an SUV that isn't very wide.
The speed limit in Kusadasi is a universal speed limit for built-up areas in Turkey, as are the speed limits in the surrounding areas and nearby motorways. When driving inside Kusadasi, stick to 50 km/h and under, even if the locals are driving faster. The speed limit on suburban roads outside of the city centre and built-up places is 90 km/h, while the main motorways have a limit of 120 km/h. The locals treat these more as guidelines, but you'll be expected to adhere to them or face being fined for the infringement.
Car parking in Kusadasi can be a little difficult to figure out. We recommend you find a hotel that offers free parking so you can always rely on that when needed. If there are yellow lines along the side of the road or yellow and white curbs, that generally means parking must be paid for there. There is also an underground paid carpark in the centre of the town, but the rates there vary. Several retail areas offer paid parking and you'll find paid parking at most of the attractions. Unfortunately, finding free parking outside of the hotels isn't easy in Kusadasi.
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