Turkey is witnessing a great demand for travel to it from all over the world, especially from the Arab region, as it is the closest to them. With the aim of developing and strengthening political and economic relations between Turkey and some countries, Turkey exempted the citizens of those countries from entry visas to Turkey, with this exemption allowing them to spend 90 days inside Turkish territory without needing any residency paper. This changes according to the country to which they belong and the type of passport they hold. The total number of visa-exempt countries is 84.
Countries that do not need a visa to enter Turkey:
Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, Germany, Latvia, Azerbaijan, Albania, Belarus, Wales, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Monaco, Paraguay and Peru. Romania, Russia, San Marino, Denmark, Ecuador, El Salvador, Estonia, Finland, France, the United Kingdom, Argentina, Germany, Andorra and Iran. South Korea, Georgia, Honduras, Israel, Guatemala, Sweden, Switzerland, Italy and Iceland. Japan, Northern Cyprus, Montenegro, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Colombia and Latvia. Kosovo, Costa Rica, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Hungary, Macau, Macedonia, Malaysia, Slovenia, Chile, Tajikistan, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkmenistan, Venezuela, New Zealand, Greece, Serbia and Mongolia. Nicaragua, Ukraine, Uruguay, Vatican, Uzbekistan, Panama, Moldova, Seychelles, Singapore, Slovakia, Nevis and Luxembourg.
In addition to these Arab countries:
Qatar Lebanon Tunisia Jordan Morocco.
As for the countries subject to the visa, their citizens can obtain the visa online or apply to the Turkish representative offices abroad.
It is recommended to apply at least one month before the scheduled visit to avoid any losses in case of any delay or problem. It is preferable that the passport be valid for a period of not less than 6 months.