Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on WhatsApp

Tourism in Turkey

1 What are the most important ramifications of Covid 19's spread on tourism in Turkey?

More than 52 million international tourists visited Turkey in 2019, bringing in approximately $35 billion in tourism revenue for the country. In 2020, Turkey's tourism income fell by 69%. However, in the first half of 2021, the number of visitors from Russia, Belarus, and Uzbekistan increased significantly, with the number of tourists from Ukraine increasing by 298.9% over the same time period of the previous year.

2 What are the most essential preludes to Turkey's resumption of tourist activities following the Covid-19 crisis?

1- Covid-19 instances totaled more than 60,000 each day by the end of April. That number has already dropped below 5,000, following a 17-day partial closure and subsequent limitations. 2- In Turkey, more than 44 million individuals have been immunized so far. 3- The speed with which the vaccine is distributed to the greatest number of citizens, as well as the openness of life in the country and its return to normal following the repeal of all forms of the ban, all contribute to encouraging tourism activities and providing a suitable and safe environment for spending a pleasant vacation.

3 What are the manifestations of tourism's comeback to Turkey?

• The US has lifted its travel advisory for 110 countries and regions, including Turkey.
• Turkey was also removed from France's list of "red countries" with travel restrictions.

4 How do tourists prepare to visit Turkey after the easing of restrictions imposed due to Corona?

• As of March 15, 2021, people seeking to enter Turkey under the COVID-19 epidemic must fill out the "Entry Form for Turkey," which also contains the HES code, electronically, according to the Ministry of Health. Also, the information must be filled out on the website "" in the 72 hours leading up to their travel. It is a must for everyone.
• A negative PCR test must also be performed on foreign tourists 72 hours prior to their arrival, unless they have received two doses of the Covid-19 vaccination or have recovered from the illness during the tourism period.
• The European Union's "vaccine certificate," created to ease travel in the aftermath of the Corona outbreak, went into effect on July 1, 2021.

Instant real estate consulting

+90 555 160 50 00