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a VirtualTourist member from Istanbul

Tripoli

Airport to city and other places from city

Hi, again

How can i go to centrum from airport except taxi. Is there any bus services or anything else? And how much do i have to pay?

Second question, i want to go sabratha,ghadamesh and leptis magna during my Libya vacation. Where is the station of Busses which go these places? ( is there any fixed station?)

Thank you



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a VirtualTourist member from Tripoli

From aiport to city centrum there may not be a bus service, the Taxi service is good and cheap it costs 20 Dinars and safe but negoaite the price before the journey, Taxis are colored black and white these are officially liscened taxis. there are private car owners who operate as taxis also, but dont have the black and white colored Taxis. From Tripoli to Sabratha 70 Km west, yes there are buses that operate on this route the station is in Tripoli city centrum near the Corientaia hotel these are 8 passenger buses, ask for Sabratha at the bus station cost around 5 dinars one way. At the same station you can get the bus for Leptis Magna known locally as Alkoums that is the city where Leptis is located 140 Km east of Tripoli. Ghadamous as the roman call it also you can get the bus from the same station south west Aprox 600 Km. There is also another Bus Station for Coaches or shuttle its in Tripoli Dahra area usally for long distance travel operated by official state company. So yes there are two fixed stations. The bus sation near the Corintia hotel the buses are parked on the side of the road and that is the station an open road.





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