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1. Turkey has divided Countries in 3 Categories – A, B and C. India is in Category C. All passengers from Category C are subject to a 14-day quarantine in centers specified.
2. All passengers from Category B and C are required to have taken a PCR test with a negative result within 0-120 hours prior to their flight and the document must be submitted to the officials at the entry to the TRNC.
3. Test and quarantine fees for 14 days: 4.110 TRY
Turkey experience very hot summers and cold winters with frequent snowfall. Hence Autumn and Spring are the best seasons to be in Turkey.
Spring (March through Mid June) High season for Istanbul and Cappadocia with hotels being fully booked while low season for Aegean and Mediterranean beach resorts.
Autumn (September and October) This is second best time to visit Turkey with conditions similar to Spring but a little less of tourists and prices than spring.
Summer (June to September) Sea side resorts are crowded but Cities are less crowded
Winter (November to Feburary) This is the time to find the best and the lowest priced travel deals.
High Travel Seasons in Turkey – May to September
Shoulder Seasons – April, October and November
Low Seasons – November to march
Indian Citizens will need a tourist visa to visit Turkey.
There is an Evisa Facility for Turkey.
Time for Processing :
Validity and Maximum Stay
Validity: 180 days
Maximum Stay: 30 Days
Passport with a minimum validity of 150 days from the date of arrival
An email address where notifications and the e-Visa will be sent
A debit or credit card to pay for the visa fee