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Travel Visa Express can assist you with passport and visa applications for travel around the world. If you are interested in a visa to travel to Turkey, we hope you will take advantage of our personalized service from the team of travel experts.
Turkey offers electronic visas to most travelers. Travel Visa Express will facilitate the process of securing the visa for you quickly and efficiently.

TURKEY TOURIST VISA REQUIREMENTS

Citizens of the United States can apply for an ETV (Electronic Travel Visa).

Passport requirements:
Your passport must be valid for at least 60 days after your visa will expire.
Your passport must have at least one blank visa-designated page for entry and exit stamps.
Please send us a legible scan of your passport's information pages (picture and signature pages). In case you have any amendments marked in the back of your passport book, please scan those pages as well.

Once we receive your request, we will ask you to complete visa application questionnaire which we will review and use to file for the ETV on your behalf. Once the visa is approved, we will send it to you electronically.

You are expected to enter Turkey within 90 days from the date your visa is approved.

Turkey Tourist Visa Price

$100
Tourist Multiple Entry
Validity: 180 days
Multiple entry
uninterrupted stay - 90 days

Processing time 5 business days

including Consular Fee
$130
Tourist Multiple Entry
Validity: 180 days
Multiple entry
uninterrupted stay - 90 days

Processing time 3 business days

including Consular Fee
How does it work?
1

Apply online

We will review a scan of your documents and application for any errors and let you know if additional steps are required. It’s FREE!
2
Send us your documents
After ensuring everything is OK just mail us your documents through secure tracked shipping service (FedEx, DHL, or UPS). In some cases we may not even need the physical copy!
3
Receive your passport and visa
Once your Visa is ready we will mail it to you via FedEx or DHL right to your doorstep.
US or Worldwide… we’ll get your documents to you wherever you may be.
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HEALTH IN TURKEY

Medical care provided in Turkish hospitals varies greatly. Though new private hospitals in Ankara, Antalya, Izmir and Istanbul have modern facilities, equipment, numerous U.S.-trained specialists, and international accreditation, some still may be unable to treat certain serious conditions. Health care standards are lower in small cities in Turkey.


Make sure your health insurance plan provides coverage overseas. Most care providers overseas only accept cash payments.


If traveling with prescription medication, check with the government of Turkey to ensure the medication is legal in Turkey. Always carry your prescription medication in original packaging with your doctor’s prescription. Some medications may be unavailable in Turkey.

SAFETY IN TURKEY

The potential for terrorist attacks in Turkey, including against U.S. citizens and interests, remains high.

  • Terrorists have previously attacked U.S. interests in Turkey, including the U.S. Embassy in Ankara, the U.S. Consulate General in Istanbul, and the U.S. Consulate in Adana.
  • Terrorist groups continue plotting possible attacks in Turkey. Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, markets/shopping malls, local government facilities, hotels, clubs, restaurants, places of worship, parks, major sporting and cultural events, educational institutions, airports, and other public areas. Terrorists have also previously targeted Western tourists and expatriates.

Under laws passed in 2018, Turkish security forces have an expanded legal ability to stop and search individuals and to detain individuals without charge.


For your own safety:

  • Carry a passport or identity document at all times.
  • Follow local news sources during your stay to remain abreast of any potential areas, dates, or times of concern.
  • Exercise caution and good judgment, keep a low profile, and maintain a high level of vigilance.
  • Avoid demonstrations, which may become violent and unpredictable.
  • Obey the instructions of Turkish security personnel at a this hotline.

FAQ for travelers in Turkey

Question
Do people entering Turkey need to be vaccinated?
Answer:
People entering Turkey do not need to provide evidence of vaccination status
Question
Are there any special requirements for travelers in Turkey?
Answer:
Additional procedures are in place to safeguard the health of residents and tourists in Turkey. To be granted entry to the country, visitors from overseas are required to comply with coronavirus rules.
Question
If I'm not vaccinated do I need a travel exemption to travel to Turkey?
Answer:
Unvaccinated visa holders do not​ need a travel exemption to travel to Turkey.
Question
Who is required to do a PCR-test traveling to Turkey?
Answer:
A PCR test is required for individuals over the age of 12 years old who are unable to show proof of vaccination or are unable to submit a document stating that they have had the virus within the last 6 months.
Question:
Are people entering Turkey asked to provide evidence of their vaccination status?
Answer:
A negative COVID-19 test (PCR and/or serology) is not required for entry. Starting June 12, 2022, CDC will no longer require air passengers traveling from a foreign country to the United States to show a negative COVID-19 viral test or documentation of recovery from COVID-19 before they board their flight.
Question:
Do I need to use a mask on my flight to Turkey?
Answer:
Masks are required on flights traveling to Turkey.
Question:
Do I need to delay my flight if I feel bad but my PCR-test is negative and I don't have COVID-19?
Answer:
COVID-19 continues to pose a health risk overseas. It is important that you consider how you can best protect yourself and your family from COVID-19 infection. People who are unwell should delay travel.
Question:
Do I need a pre-departure test before boarding my flight when leaving Turkey?
Answer:
No. People who are traveling overseas are not required to present a negative COVID-19 test at check-in to meet Turkish outbound travel requirements.
Question:
What is the local currency in Turkey?
Answer:
Turkish Lira is the local currency of the Republic of Turkey. Visitors can exchange their cash money for Turkish Lira at exchange offices and banks.
Question:
My PCR-test result is positive – what happens now?
Answer:
You should not go to the airport as you may be stopped from checking-in or boarding the aircraft by your airline. You may also have primary close contacts in your traveling group. These people should not travel as you may have passed the infection on to them. A primary close contact is anyone who has had unprotected exposure to a confirmed case. You and your primary close contacts should immediately isolate and seek advice from your local health authority.
Question:
I or someone I am traveling with is not eligible for vaccination or cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons. What should we do?
Answer:
People who cannot be vaccinated need to have a medical certificate which indicates that they have a medical contraindication to COVID-19 vaccines, that is, they cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons.
Question:
Are there any special forms to be filled on arrival to Turkey?
Answer:
All incoming passengers over the age of 6 must complete a “Traveler Entry Form” at least four days before their arrival in Turkey.
Question:
If I have positive Covid-19 test on arrival, what should I do?
Answer:
There are COVID-19 QUARANTINE RULES in Turkey. Most vaccinated travelers can now enter Turkey without quarantine.
Foreigners who fail medical screening or test positive could be required to self-isolate in Turkey. You and your primary close contacts should immediately isolate and seek advice from your local health authority.
Question:
Are there any Covid-19 restrictions if I am entering Turkey through Instambul airport?
Answer:
Istanbul’s entry restrictions are the same as the rest of the country.
As Istanbul Airport is the main arrival point for most foreign arrivals, it has taken several measures against COVID-19.
Istanbul Airport has test centers which offer service 24/7. Passengers can get a PCR, antibody, and antigen test done at the airport.
Everyone must wear their mask while at the airport, including the terminal area.
Travelers should expect body temperature screens at the terminal entrance.

What is e-visa to Turkey?

The electronic e-visa replaces the physical visa Turkey. This visa was previously for sale at the airport of Turkey. You will automatically receive this digital visa by e-mail after filling in the required information. You can then print this e-visa or show it to the immigration service via your smartphone or tablet.
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Is it possible to buy your Turkish visa at the airport?

Nowadays it is no longer possible to buy a visa at the airport. If you want to enter Turkey, you must apply for an e-visa online in advance or with a help of your agency.

When and how will I receive my e-visa to Turkey?

After submitting we receive a message within 24 hours, in practice this often happens the same day. Once your request has been approved, we will send you the confirmation by email.
It is useful to print out this visa and take it with you on your trip.

How long is a visa to Turkey valid?

The Turkey visa has a validity period of 180 days starting from the arrival date that you indicate on the application form, during this period you can stay in Turkey for 90 days, consecutively or over several trips.

Is my visa valid for multiple entries?

Yes, you can enter Turkey as many times as you want within 180 days of the e-visa being valid.

Am I allowed to work with my e-visa in Turkey?

No, a condition for obtaining an e-visa for Turkey is that you do not work for a Turkish organization as an employee. You can only work with an e-visa in Turkey if you are employed by an organization that is not located in Turkey.

Do I have to apply for e-visa in Turkey if I am coming with cruise?

That depends, in case you do not leave the city where the boat docks, you do not need an e-visa. If you wish to leave the city, you must apply for an e-visa. Ask the person in charge of the cruise for more information to avoid problems.

Is it possible to apply for Turkish visa for someone else?

Yes, this is possible. For this you only need to have the travel information and passport details of the traveler concerned.

Do children need to provide their own visa to Turkey?

Yes, also like adults. They must be able to present a visa when entering Turkey. As parents they should also have their own passport (so children are not credited in the passport of a parent), which will contain the visa.

A separate e-visa must be applied for for your child, even if it is included in the passport of one of the parents. Multiple visas can be applied for with one application form, in which case you must use the passport data of the parent who has the child in the passport for the child.

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