Before your departure from home, check your passport if it is valid at least for 3 months. Your stay in Turkey as a tourist is limited up to 3 months
Always keep your passport handy especially at the entry port
Turkey’s time zone is Eastern European Time (+2 GMT)
Major credit cards & traveler’s cheque’s are accepted in big cities however you may need to carry some cash with you. The best exchange rates usually are offered by the change offices & secondly comes the post offices
Passport is not required for domestic flights within Turkey, however you will be asked for photo id
Visiting mosques in Turkey, you will have to leave your shoes at the entrance or carry them in your hands. Women in most mosques are required to cover their heads with a scarf & be covered to knee & elbow levels. Silence is required inside the mosques, it is suggested that you shouldn’t laugh loudly inside as this may offend people praying. Most of the mosques are closed to visits at prayer times.
Going online is pretty easy & inexpensive in Turkey. Most hotels have an internet room or corner & internet cafes are widely available throughout the country.
There are no special immunization requirements for traveling to Turkey.
Antique pieces are not allowed to be taken out of the country, this is a crime
Use & traffic of any kind of drugs is strictly illegal. Read more Mersin Escort
Photographing the Turkish ladies especially in the rural areas may offend them. The procedure is, just direct your camera towards them, if they say no, or mean it with gestures, just leave it. Some people including ladies might not be camera shy & if photographed, they will probably give you their address hoping to receive a copy from you. If you promise them you would have to send a copy, please do, or don’t promise