Difference between revisions of "İpsala-Kipi border crossing"

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Ipsala/Kipi is the most frequent of two greek/turkish bordercrossings.
 
Ipsala/Kipi is the most frequent of two greek/turkish bordercrossings.
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It's not allowed to cross border by foot, but as there's lot of trafic, finding a ride would not be a problem.
 
It's not allowed to cross border by foot, but as there's lot of trafic, finding a ride would not be a problem.
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While crossing the border from the greek side, policeman on checkpoint will give you stamp in your passport even if you don't have a ride, which makes finding a ride much more easier. You can try it after duty free shop at petrol station where trucks usually refill their fuel. And one very nice fact: drinks from coffee machine at that petrol station are free :)
 
While crossing the border from the greek side, policeman on checkpoint will give you stamp in your passport even if you don't have a ride, which makes finding a ride much more easier. You can try it after duty free shop at petrol station where trucks usually refill their fuel. And one very nice fact: drinks from coffee machine at that petrol station are free :)

Revision as of 15:37, 24 July 2011

Ipsala/Kipi is the most frequent of two greek/turkish bordercrossings.

It's not allowed to cross border by foot, but as there's lot of trafic, finding a ride would not be a problem.

While crossing the border from the greek side, policeman on checkpoint will give you stamp in your passport even if you don't have a ride, which makes finding a ride much more easier. You can try it after duty free shop at petrol station where trucks usually refill their fuel. And one very nice fact: drinks from coffee machine at that petrol station are free :)