Orient Express, the subject of novels, entered from Kapıkule

The subject of the Roman Orient Express debuted Agility: The famous writer Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Orient Express" many novels, including the inspiration for the famous Orient Express, has entered Turkey from Kapitan Andreevo Station.

With 120 passengers from different countries of the world, the famous train route from Paris, was greeted with folk dance show at the entrance to Turkey.

Turkish meals prepared in Istanbul for Orient Express passengers taking a break at the Kapıkule border gate were moved to the express wagons. After the completion of the operations in the train, Kapıkule, ÇerkezköyHe moved to Istanbul, where it was learned that passengers would go to Istanbul by car.

Passengers pay between 1883 bin and 5 a thousand dollars according to the cabin selection for the 9 day-long journey that has been going on since 17.

Orient Express, also known as the “train of the rich”, which includes the hotel accommodation in Budapest, Bucharest and Varna, traveled from Paris on October 4, 1883. In the first time of Orient Express, which was put into service by the Belgian businessman Georges Nagelmackers, passengers traveling by train from Paris to Varna Harbor came to Istanbul by steam ship from there.

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