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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Turkey offers a rich tapestry of attractions. Top destinations include Istanbul, Cappadocia, Ephesus, Pamukkale, Antalya, and the Turquoise Coast.

     The best time to visit depends on your preferences. Generally, spring (April to June) and autumn (September to November) offer pleasant weather. However, summer (June to August) is ideal for beach vacations, while winter (December to March) is great for skiing in places like Uludağ, Palandöken and Erciyes.

    It depends on your nationality. Many nationalities can obtain an e-Visa online before arrival, while some may need to apply for a visa through the nearest Turkish embassy or consulate.

    The official currency of Turkey is the Turkish Lira (TRY). It’s advisable to exchange your currency to TRY upon arrival for the best rates. Major credit cards are widely accepted in tourist areas.

    Turkey is generally a safe destination for tourists. However, it’s always important to stay vigilant, especially in crowded areas, and to follow any travel advisories issued by your home country.

    Modest clothing is recommended when visiting mosques or other religious sites. For women, it’s advisable to wear long skirts or pants and cover your shoulders. Men should avoid shorts and sleeveless shirts.

    Turkish cuisine is renowned for its rich flavors. Don’t miss out on trying dishes like kebabs, köfte (meatballs), mezes (appetizers), baklava, börek (pastry), and Turkish tea or coffee.

    Turkey has a well-developed transportation network. You can travel between cities by bus, train, or domestic flights. Within cities, you can use public transportation such as buses, trams, metros, and taxis.

    The official language is Turkish, but English is widely spoken in tourist areas, especially in larger cities and popular destinations.

    Yes, most international mobile phones will work in Turkey, but roaming charges may apply. Alternatively, you can purchase a local SIM card for better rates and coverage during your stay.