Nationals of the following countries can enter Turkey with a valid passport; a
visa is not required:
A. Up to three months
Germany, Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, United Arab
Emirates, Denmark, Morocco, Fiji, Finland, France, Granada, South Korea, Holland, Iran,
Switzerland, Iceland, Jamaica, Japan, Canada, Qatar, Kenya, Kuwait, Turkish Republic of
Northern Cyprus, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Monaco, Norway,
Oman, St. Lucia, San Marino, Seychelles, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Chile, Trinidad, Tobago,
Tunisia, Vatican City, New Zealand, Greece, Ecuador and Sweden.
B. Up to two months
Republic of Croatia, Republic of Slovenia, Yugoslavia, Romania and Moldova.
C. Up to one month
Azerbaijan, Bolivia, Kazakhistan, Kyrgyzistan, Turkmenistan and Republic of South Africa.
For the countries mentioned in above clauses, and Bulgaria, a transit visa is not
Nationals of the following countries require a visa:
A. Up to three months:
Nationals of Austria, United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Israel and Portugal can
obtain a sticker visa at border gates.
B. Up to one month:
Nationals of the Commonwealth of Independent States (except Azerbaijan, Kazakhistan,
Kyrgyzistan and Turkmenistan), Hungary, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania,
Latvia and Estonia can obtain a sticker visa at border gates.
A visa is required of nationals from the United States of America. This visa can be
obtained in advance from Turkish Consulate General offices at the port of entry into
Turkey for a USD 45 fee. Nationals of Guatemala can obtain a visa for up to 15 days
at border gates. Nationals of Jordan, at most for 30 days. Nationals of Indonesia can
enter the country for two months by obtaining a visa at no charge at the border gates.
Nationals of all other countries require a visa, which can be obtained from the nearest
Turkish embassy or consulate.