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The Turkey e-Visa is a travel authorization document that can be applied for online and is available to nationalities of over 100 countries. It is valid for tourism and short business trips and is valid for 180 days after arrival.
In addition to the e-Visa, travelers are required to fill out a health declaration document as part of the Turkish government’s effort to limit the risks associated with coronavirus. Both documents are available through iVisa.com with our simple application forms.
Visit the FAQs to see if Turkey’s borders are currently open for travelers of your nationality. You will also find more information on the number of entries and the authorized length of stay in Turkey, both of which depend on your nationality.
If you’re ready to get started on your journey to Turkey, apply for the e-Visa to Turkey now.
WHO CAN ENTER TURKEY WITH THIS DOCUMENT
The Turkey e-Visa is available through a simple online process for travelers of over 40 countries.
There are an additional 60 countries that can apply for an e-Visa, but they must meet certain additional requirements such as having a valid visa or residence permit from the Schengen Area, Ireland, United Kingdom, or the United States. Some countries also have age restrictions. The easiest way to view the requirements is to visit our application page and enter your nationality.
You do not have to get a visa if you are not going to leave the international transit area. Travelers who arrive at seaports and intend to visit the seaport cities or nearby provinces for tourist purposes are also exempt from a visa, provided that their stay does not exceed 72 hours.
OBTAIN THE TURKEY TOURIST E-VISA
To obtain this travel document, you’ll have to provide personal information and some details about your intended stay in Turkey. It is required to have a confirmed flight ticket before submitting the form.
DISPLAY THE DOCUMENT
Once you submit your application, we will email you the e-Visa prior to your trip. It must be downloaded and printed out and shown to airport and customs officials in Turkey.
Don’t forget to apply for your health declaration, too! We’ll email it to you in addition to the visa so you can display them both at the airport. Carry a copy of these documents with you at all times while travelling, and be sure to keep them safe for the duration of your stay.
You can enter Turkey on any date within the time period indicated on the validity of the e-Visa.
See the FAQs for up-to-date information on specific quarantine requirements for Turkey that you need to follow on arrival.
Required Documents to Apply
An ordinary passport with an expiration date at least 6 months beyond the duration of stay of your e-Visa.
Certain nationalities require a supporting document such as a visa or residence permit from the Schengen, US, UK or Ireland. To view which nationalities, please visit our application page and enter your nationality.
The maximum stay for your Turkey e-Visa ranges from 30 days in Total-90 days in Total, depending on your nationality.
The e-Visa is valid for 180 days after arrival (usually same-day processing). If you apply outside the 180 days after arrival, we will hold your application and apply at the appropriate time. This means you can apply at any time.
The e-Visa for Turkey is a single or multiple entry visa, depending on your nationality. Please see FAQs to find out if you are eligible for a multiple entry visa.
You will need to apply for a new visa if the information provided during your visa application is different from the information on your passport.
Certain nationalities require a supporting document (visa or residence permit) from Schengen or from US, UK and Ireland. To view your requirements, please visit our application page and enter your nationality.
The date of issue of the supporting document should not be later than the date of your trip.
The Turkey e-Visa is only valid for tourism and short business trips.
You must carry your passport with an expiration date of at least 6 months from the date you intend to enter Turkey.
Immigration officers at the borders will stamp your passport when you enter and when you leave, so we advise you to have enough pages in your passport.
You do not have to get a visa if you are not going to leave the international transit area.
When your e-Visa expires, you are not allowed to apply for a new e-Visa without departing Turkey.
Travelers who arrive at sea ports and intend to visit the seaport cities or nearby provinces for tourist purposes are exempt from a visa, provided that their stay does not exceed seventy two (72) hours.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- Your ordinary passport with an expiration date at least 6 months beyond the “duration of stay” of your e-Visa.
- Certain nationalities require a supporting document such as a visa or residence permit from the Schengen, US, UK, or Ireland. To view which nationalities, please visit our application page and enter your nationality.
The cost ranges from USD 78.95 to USD 61.50 depending on your nationality. Please use our visa checker to find out the cost for your specific nationality.
Additionally, there is a service fee of:
- Standard Processing: USD 25.00
- Rush Processing:USD 45.00
- Super Rush Processing: USD 65.00
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- Standard Processing: 24 hours
- Rush Processing: 4 hours
- Super Rush Processing: 30 minutes
Both the single and multiple e-Visas are valid for 180 days after arrival. Note that only certain nationalities are eligible for the Multiple Entry option.
When you apply with iVisa.com, there is usually same-day processing. If you apply outside the 180 days after arrival, we will hold on to your application until the appropriate time. This means you can apply at any time.
- Antigua and Barbuda, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Estonia, Grenada, Haiti, Hong Kong, Ireland, Jamaica, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, and the United States.
- Antigua and Barbuda, Armenia, Australia, Austria, The Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Canada, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Dominica, Dominican Republic, East Timor, Fiji, Grenada, Haiti, Indonesia, Ireland, Jamaica, Maldives, Malta, Mauritius, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Oman, Poland, Portugal, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Suriname, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and the United States.
The max stay will range from 30 days in Total to 90 days in Total, depending on your nationality. You can use our visa checker at the top of the page to determine what it is for your nationality.
Your journey to Turkey starts by applying here.
It is mandatory for travelers to have a passenger locator form, a health declaration form that helps the Turkish government reduce the spread of coronavirus. You can obtain your health declaration form from iVisa.com right now.
There are several other requirements all travelers must meet:
- All passengers must wear masks at the airport and during the flights.
- All passengers are required to undergo a medical examination. Those who show symptoms must have a COVID-19 test performed. Passengers with a positive test result will not be allowed to enter Turkey.
- All passengers of Turkish nationality planning to fly on domestic or international flights departing from Turkey are required to obtain the HES code, a personal code implemented by Turkey’s Ministry of Health in order to reduce the risks associated with the coronavirus. You can obtain a code by visiting Turkey’s government e-portal site.
Turkey is a country that has a lot of history, and the people there are very proud of it. Of course, you may have heard in the media that some bad things happened a while ago. Something about a coup d’etat. However, that does not mean the country is not safe for tourists. In fact, that has not changed at all, which is why Turkey receives a lot of visitors each year. If you want to go there as well, you should know that there are plenty of places and traditions you can enjoy. The Turkish people are generally welcoming, and you will know that every single time you are offered a cup of tea. Before you leave, there are some rules you need to follow. Just like in any other country you may go to, you need to know a list of dos and don’ts. It is traveling 101. You cannot travel without knowing what you are allowed and not when you visit a new location. With that being said, here is what you need to know before going to Turkey. The first thing you need to be aware of is that you need to follow a dress code. As you may very well know, Turkey is a country mostly populated by Muslims. Even if you are a tourist, you cannot walk around wearing just about anything. There are no specific rules for men, but women should always wear clothes that cover the shoulders and the knees. Also, if you are a woman and you want to visit a mosque, you need to have a scarf that you can cover your head with before entering. Another rule about entering a religious site is that you cannot keep your shoes on, regardless of the gender. Speaking of restrictions, Turkish people frown upon public displays of affection. It may seem odd to you, but they do not like seeing people kissing or hugging in public. It is okay if you and your partner are holding hands, but that is just about it. However, Turkey is not a country known for its tolerance for LGBT couples, so even if it is just holding hands, they will still give you a dissatisfied glance. If you ever find yourself in Turkey during the Muslim’s month of fasting, which called Ramadan, you should avoid eating in public from dawn until dusk. You do not have to fast with them, of course, but you should at least respect their tradition. They are holding this tradition very dearly, and you do not want to show disrespect. Leaving restrictions aside, there are a whole bunch of things that you can do in Turkey that will entertain you. You cannot visit Turkey without going to one of their famous bazaars. The smell when you get there will make you want to live in one of those markets. You can find all kinds of things from souvenirs and other merchandise to spices and pastries. And the pastries are to die for. You need to try their baklava. You will never manage to replicate the recipe, no matter how much you try. When visiting bazaars or other markets, you should probably prepare your skills. Turkish people love to bargain, and if you see products that do not have a price tag on them, it means that the seller expects you to give an offer. It can be fun to bargain with a Turkish vendor, just make sure that you let him or her know that you are doing it for fun. You do not want to leave the impression that the products on sale are not worth their value. At the same time, you can expect to be ripped off once or twice. The prices will not be the same during different tours, and in Turkey, it is all about connections. However, do not take it as an insult. Treat it as experience and move on. There is no need for confrontation or anything. Your loss is not worth the conflict. Food in Turkey is absolutely delicious. The Turkish cuisine can satisfy all diets, and if you are a vegetarian, you should probably know that the people there can make any vegetable taste amazing with some olive oil and spices. When you are invited to eat with someone, it can be construed as rude to not eat everything on your plate. The thing is that Turkish meals are pretty significant, but since the food is delicious, you should not have too many issues leaving your plate clean. You will be drinking a lot of coffee and tea in Turkey, but try to avoid tap water since it does not have the best quality. Especially if you have a sensitive stomach, it is recommended that you always buy bottled water. Remember that Turkey is more than Istanbul, Ankara, and other such large cities. There are beautiful landscapes all over the country, and you should not limit yourself to the urban areas. Sure, you may not have the same facilities, but keep in mind that Turkey has mountains and sea. You can take a tour through nature and admire the beautiful scenery. If you want to lay on the beach all day, one of the tourists’ favorite is Antalya. It is a small piece of paradise where people go to have an exotic (ish) vacation. Unlike other Muslim countries, Turkey does allow alcohol drinking. The locals are not drinkers, but they are aware of the tourists. Even so, you will not find alcoholic beverages in all stores. You may have to look for a while. International hotels usually have alcohol on their bars’ shelves, but you can ask the locals where to get a beer from as well. Turkey has plenty of attractions to offer. You will have a wonderful time there. Just do not leave Turkey without visiting the famous Turkish hammams. You probably heard about the Turkish baths. It is an incredibly relaxing experience, and nobody in the world can replicate the Turkish hammam like the Turkish. Obviously. Other than that, enjoy Turkey, even if you are somewhat restricted.
To get started on your trip to Turkey, apply for the e-Visa now.
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