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There is a local company called Rent 'n Connect but as far i know they have no booth at Ataturk Airport however they provide delivering to your hotel and pick up from there. And also they are working with Sabiha Gokcen Airport (booth). Hope it helps you and other travellers.
This is a tricky one, but fortunately these days there's a wiki for this - PrepaidWithData.Wikia. They point out that in theory, you can quite easily purchase a sim in a store in Turkey. However, there are complications: All mobiles phones purchased outside Turkey using a Turkish SIM card must be registered with the government. There is a grace ...
After actually trying it, I can now confirm that it is possible to cross the border both by foot and by bike. Plan some time, there are a total of 6 checkpoints (two passport controls and one custom check at each side of the border), so even with almost no traffic, it took me almost two hours to get through from Bulgaria to Turkey.
Well, if train is not an option you can take a bus. This company: http://marina.autogari.ro/index.php runs buses from Bucharest at 17:00, arriving 05:00 next day. Be warned however that if you find trains a bad option then you might not like this bus either. Here is a testimony from another site: ...
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