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Early bookings for southern Turkey’s Bodrum indicate successful 2021 tourist season

The southwestern Muğla province signal a better upcoming season during this challenging COVID-19 period, local tourism representatives said. Many who wanted to spend their holidays safely isolated opted to visit the town thanks to measures implemented by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism that kicked off at the very beginning of the pandemic and issued …

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Marmaris Hotel Guide 2021

Well worth reading.. ‘Marmaris, Turkey’s most popular holiday destination, attracting tourists to stay between. Muğla is also known as the most popular holiday destination in the city. It is a one-on-one location that is preferred by foreign tourists especially for sunbathing and swimming. Marmaris is among the pearls of the Aegean Region. It is a …


Eurocross to bring Covid testing to Turkish resorts

Turkish assistance company Eurocross Turkey has launched a programme that will bring the company’s Covid-19 medical teams directly to visitors In the recent weeks, with the easing of the travel restrictions across Europe, travel has started to return to Turkey from certain European countries. While many countries still have warnings issued for the Mediterranean country, …

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Start planning your post-pandemic trip to these four places in Turkey

With autumn’s cooler temperatures right around the corner, many people are itching to escape to a warmer destination. But with thespread of COVID-19, travellers won’t be going anywhere anytime soon. This gives future jet setters the opportunity to slow down, research and thoroughly plan their perfect post-pandemic trip.null One popular tourist destination, Turkey, is eager …

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Could Turkey go on the UK’s quarantine list?

Numerous countries have now been removed from the UK’s travel corridor list, meaning that travellers returning to the UK from certain places abroad have to self-isolate for 14 days on their return. Greece was removed from the travel corridor list for Scotland at the beginning of September, but could the nearby country of Turkey be …

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Travel quarantine could be reduced to 8 days as government launches Seat Out To Help Out

Businesses and MPs have begged Boris Johnson to reconsider the ten day isolation period due to colossal damage done to the travel sector by the policy.

The Mail on Sunday reports that the officials are looking at the option of testing people for the virus eight days after they arrive into the country. 

However, government sources stressed to the paper that no decision has yet been taken. 

Foreign secretary Dominic Raab also told the BBC’s ‘Andrew Marr Show’ this morning that a testing policy for incoming travellers was “under review”.

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Traveling to Turkey? Precautions to take for a COVID-19-free vacation

Traveling in a pandemic is tough and anxiety-inducing as there are so many factors to account for. If you have set your sights on Turkey, here’s what you should watch out for when choosing a place to stay and what you will need while on the move. #dailysabah #myicmeler   Please read the whole article …

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Doctors warn Turkish outbreak ‘out of control’ as COVID-19 cases pass 250,000

ISTANBUL — Turkish medical professionals are worried Turkey may lose control of the coronavirus outbreak as the country passed the grim milestone of a quarter million cases this week. Official figures showed 1,263 more people were diagnosed with COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the total number of cases to 251,805 since the novel coronavirus reached Turkey in March. New daily …

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Turkey introduces £100 fine for tourists caught not wearing face masks in public

If you’re heading on holiday to Turkey any time soon, make sure to pack a face mask. The country is introducing strict 900 lira (£104) fines for nationals and tourists caught not wearing a face covering in public. This includes outdoor spaces as well as restaurants and shops. The current rules are in place across …