1. Validity of Passport
Europian Union Citizens and Brazilians don’t need a visa anymore to travel to turkey, but all they need is valid passport should be at least 5 months from the date of arrival to Turkey. Always maintain a copy of your passport in case if you miss the original passport you can able to get the new document.
2. Do you need a Visa, And how to get it?
It is possible to obtain Turkey e-Visa 24/7 at everywhere online. The applicants can obtain their visa after they fill in the necessary information concerning their identity, passport and travel dates and pay visa fee online. Please note that e-visa is only valid when the purpose of travel is tourism or commerce. For other purposes, such as work and study, visas are given by Turkish Embassies or Consulates. You can apply eVisa through ” https://www.turkeyevisa.online/ “.
3. How Much Will Your Visa Cost?
Again this varies from country to country. While filling up Turkey e-Visa Application, it will show how much ” https://www.turkeyevisa.online/visa-fees ”
you have to pay per person before you make the actual payment. for whatever reason, you forgot to apply for an e-visa before your trip, you can still get one at the airport once you’re in Turkey – but it’s more expensive. for more details on visa fees visit
4. Make An Plan Before Your Trip.
There are so many beautiful places to go that you don’t need to waste time after you reach Turkey, Be ready with the plan before you go there here are some list of places we recommend you must visit the Cistern, the Blue Mosque, the Hagia Sophia, the Grand Bazaar, the Spice Bazaar, and the Bosphorus Tour.
5. Buy Liquor at the airport
Turkey is an Islamic country. Muslims don’t drink alcohol and therefore it’s very expensive here. If you wanna buy their typical drink Raki, buy it at the airport. It will be the cheapest there.
The official currency in Turkey is a Turkish lira, but in the touristic areas, you don’t need to change € or $ to it. Most of the tourist locations accept both € and $. Although most places accept credit and debit card payments, always have some cash with you, just in case. Smaller shops or vendors, especially in the Grand Bazaar / Spice Bazaar areas, may not have these facilities.