Security in Turkey - as of December 2020

From June 1, 2020, Turkish borders are open to foreigners, most air connections have been restored
the land borders with Iran, Iraq, Syria, Georgia and Armenia are closed. 
The land border with Greece is open - the Turkish side allows entry.
The land border with Bulgaria is open - people traveling to Germany via Bulgaria must present
a negative COVID-19 test result to the Turkish services. After arriving in Turkey, travelers are subjected to temperature check at the airport with
a thermal imaging camera. In the event of disease symptoms, they are referred for consultation
to a medical point at airports.
From September 9, 2020, there is an obligation to wear masks throughout the country.
People coming to Turkey are advised to take out insurance covering COVID19 treatment costs.
Failing this, the traveler must cover any medical expenses in Turkey himself.
The Ministry of Culture and Tourism implements the Safe Tourism program,
under which a list of hotels with a hygiene certificate has been created.
The information is available at:
The certificate is optional - you can stay in a hotel without a certificate.
Up-to-date information on the situation with the coronavirus in Turkey is published on the website
of the Ministry of Health:
The list of places authorized to perform PCR tests for COVID19 can be found at:,25360/yetkili-saglik-tesisleri-ve-araci-kuruluslar.html

NEW RESTRICTIONS in Turkey applicable from 1st December! 
It is forbidden to leave the house on every weekday from 21:00 to 5:00.
A total ban on leaving the house (lockdown) on WEEKEND from 9:00 p.m. on Friday to 5:00 a.m. on Monday.
People over 65 and under 20 cannot use public transport.
Entrance to the shopping center only with the HES code.

It is forbidden to plan any events and meetings related to the New Year.
These restrictions do not apply to tourists. They are only valid for Turkish citizens
and permanent residents.

All bars and restaurants remain closed. T
hey only provide takeaway service.

In accordance with the recommendations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, we advise against
traveling in the eastern part of the country and avoiding public gatherings, demonstrations
and gatherings.

Our tours run smoothly and there are no restrictions on their implementation. Both those
organized by our office and other travel agencies. Every year hundreds of thousands of tourists from
all over the world rest in Turkey without any obstacles.

Team of the

Date: Decmber 09, 2020, Alanya
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