Süha Uyar We can bring thousands of tourists from Europe by high speed train: Journalist and Tourist Guide Süha Uyar stated that train stations are located in the center of the city in all major cities of the world and they should be kept alive, “They want to make Sirkeci Station a museum. However, stations must live. Budapest is closer than Diyarbakır. "We can bring thousands of visitors from Europe every day with a high-speed train investment."
Speaking at the symposium jointly organized by Istanbul Commerce University and Skal Istanbul Club, Journalist and Tourist Guide Süha Uyar expressed the shortcomings of Istanbul in terms of tourism. Uyar emphasized that:
"GARLAR MUST LIVE"
“While all the stations are in the center of the city in the world, we throw all the stations out of the city. London, Paris, Moscow, wherever you go. They want to make Sirkeci Train Station a museum. However, stations must live. Budapest is closer than Diyarbakır. With a high speed train investment, we can bring thousands of visitors from Europe every day.
WHAT SHOULD BE CRYSTALS, HOW?
Urban tourism management is a must and it is also necessary to train educated people. When you go to a Topkapı Palace, you see that almost all sections are closed. We cannot use it functionally.
I named Galataport Galatazort. If Galataport is divided into small boats in the form of a yacht harbor, it is okay, but if you bring large ships and put them in, where will you fit 400-500 buses? Let big ships come, let's build a port, okay, but it should be built on the Marmara, not the Golden Horn or the Bosphorus.
"53 KINDS OF GOODS ARE SOLD IN SULTANAHMET"
There is 'trouble' in the etymology of Travel. Problem means scary. We are still taking tourists around with that danger. In the area between Topkapı Palace and Blue Mosque, 53 kinds of goods are sold. When a tour bus comes, 5 people jump at once. He doesn't want a tourist, but one of them immediately puts a book in his pocket, the other has a flower on his head. It snowed for 3 days; The courtyard and surrounding area of the Blue Mosque became an ice rink. "