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14 March

The number of coronavirus cases in Turkey has risen to five, Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said on Friday. The coronavirus, officially known as COVID-19, spread to at least 114 countries. What Turkey undertake against virus: On 14 March at 08:00 all inbound flights from 9 European countries – Austria, Belgium, Denmark, France, Germany, the Netherlands, […]

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09 March

This year Bodrum have receive windsurfing championship. 2020 Techno 293* Plus World Championship is a prestigious race of sailing community and water sports. According to received information over 300 athletes from nearly 30 countries will participate in championship. This event organized by ERA Sailing Club, Bodrum, Turkey, and it’s also very important for the district […]

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04 March

Turkish Airlines’ AnadoluJet brand goes global on March 29 with its new international flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport. Operating its flights with the 87 years of experience of Turkish Airlines, AnadoluJet will add international flights covering 26 destinations in 16 countries. With its fleet set to reach 57 aircrafts in total, the brand will […]

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04 March

Visa partial exemption regards to 11 European countries more. The decision on this issue published with the President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan signature. Partial exemption applies to Austria, Belgium, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Croatia, Netherlands, Ireland, Spain, Malta, Norway, Poland and Portugal citizens. Citizens of 78 countries* currently do not need visas before traveling to Turkey […]

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02 March

Since March 2, Turkey will introduces a visa-free regime with five European countries. For citizens of Croatia, Ireland, Malta, Portugal and Norway, the official representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic, Hami Aksoy, said. Earlier, Aksoy said that Turkey will introduce a visa-free regime for citizens of Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Poland […]

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25 February

Bodrum enacts “silence law” for the 2020 year. Bodrum Mayor Ahmet Aras signed a decree on dividing the districts into “quiet” and “entertaining” to ensure a comfortable night’s rest. Because always someone wants to sleep and someone wants to have fun. A similar measure introduced to regulate the activity of bars, clubs and discos. Last […]

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24 February

The State Airports Authority (DHMİ) of Turkey will introduce the Silent Terminal concept in all airports in 2020. This means that the number of sound messages will significantly reduced. According to the head of DHMİ, Hussein Keskin, this should increase the comfort of passengers staying there, RIA Novosti reports. The format of audio ads will […]

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24 February

Turkish Airlines will increase the frequency of direct flights to tourist centers of the country by 18%. About it on Monday February 24 writes the Hürriyet newspaper. According to the report, the airline will operate 98 flights from 26 cities to popular Turkish tourist destinations every week. The most popular of them – Antalya, Izmir, […]

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21 February

The registration of participants wishing to take part in the 8th Annual International Optimist Regatta (BIOR) in Bodrum has over. The regatta, which will held on the peninsula from March 3 to 7, brings together 567 athletes from 20 countries. This year Turkey, Croatia, Sweden, Australia, Ukraine, the Netherlands, Bulgaria, Slovenia applied for participation. And […]

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20 February

With Museum Pass Turkey (Museum Pass Türkiye) you can visit more than 300 museums and archaeological sites that belong to Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism for fifteen days and enjoy your trip through time.

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19 February

A new privilege card to make shopping and other services easier for tourists introduced in Turkey – Disconti Tourist Sale Card. 

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18 February

Public holidays in Turkey however mean that government buildings, banks and many official offices will closed. Anyway if you planning to visit Turkey for business or wish to complete any Turkey property purchase, better to avoid the following dates. Some dates, especially Ramazan and Kurban Bayram subject to change. The Turkish government also often extends […]

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