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Visa Type
Entry Visa Fee
Service Fee
Processing Time
Total
Passenger Locator Form(Netherlands-Turkey, Single Entry)
USD 0.00
USD 20.00
4-Hours
USD 20.00
Tourist eVisa(Netherlands- Turkey, 180 Days / Single Entry)
USD 43.00
USD 50.00
3 - 5 Business Days
USD 93.00
Tourist eVisa(Netherlands- Turkey, 180 Days / Single Entry)
USD 43.00
USD 70.00
48-Hours
USD 113.00

How to apply?

Fill out online application

Fill out online application

Complete our easy online application and pay with a credit/ debit card.

Receive document via email

Receive document via email

No need to deal with the embassy. We’ll do it for you, so you don’t lose valuable time.

Fly to destination

Fly to destination

Present your passport and the visa document we provide upon entry to your destination.

Fill out online application

Fill out online application

Complete our easy online application and pay with a credit/ debit card.

Receive document via email

Receive document via email

No need to deal with the embassy. We’ll do it for you, so you don’t lose valuable time.

Fly to destination

Fly to destination

Present your passport and the visa document we provide upon entry to your destination.

Fill out online application

Fill out online application

Complete our easy online application and pay with a credit/ debit card.

Receive document via email

Receive document via email

No need to deal with the embassy. We’ll do it for you, so you don’t lose valuable time.

Fly to destination

Fly to destination

Present your passport and the visa document we provide upon entry to your destination.

Fill out online application

Fill out online application

Complete our easy online application and pay with a credit/ debit card.

Receive document via email

Receive document via email

No need to deal with the embassy. We’ll do it for you, so you don’t lose valuable time.

Fly to destination

Fly to destination

Present your passport and the visa document we provide upon entry to your destination.

Netherlands-Turkey

All other travelers who are not vaccinated are not required to quarantine, as long as they provide a negative PCR test taken within 72 hours OR a rapid antigen test taken within 48 hours of arrival to Turkey. However, travelers arriving from United Kingdom, Iran, Egypt and Singapore will be required to submit a negative PCR test result taken 72 hours before entry.
In addition, travelers entering Turkey may be required to take a PCR test on arrival. Travelers with positive test results will be quarantined for 14 days at the address they shared on the Passenger Locator Form. If the PCR test result taken on day 10 of quarantine is negative, the quarantine can be ended early.

Required Documents To Apply

Your passport copy in PDF/JPEG format
Flight information and dates of arrival and departure.
Complete information of where you will be staying (Name of hotel or host, address)
A credit/debit card for the payment

Important Instructions

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Product

Price

Government Fees
USD 14.00
Standard Processing - 24 hours
USD 15.00
TOTAL

USD 29.00

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Turkey FAQ

Turkey receives a lot of visitors each year and has a rich, proud culture. The Turkish people are generally welcoming but there are a few rules you’ll need to follow, including a dress code. Turkey is a predominantly Muslim country. There are no specific rules for men, but women should always wear clothes that cover the shoulders and the knees. Also, if you are a woman and you want to visit a mosque, you need to have a scarf that you can cover your head with before entering. Another rule about entering a religious site is that you cannot keep your shoes on, regardless of gender. Furthermore, Turkish people frown upon public displays of affection. It may seem odd to you, but they do not like seeing people kissing or hugging in public. Turkey is not a country known for its tolerance for LGBT couples, so even if it is just holding hands, they may still give you a dissatisfied glance. If you ever find yourself in Turkey during the Muslim’s month of fasting, called Ramadan, you should avoid eating in public from dawn until dusk. You do not have to fast with them, of course, but you should at least respect their tradition.

You cannot visit Turkey without going to one of their famous bazaars. From souvenirs and other merchandise to spices and pastries, one must-try is authentic Turkish baklava. You will never manage to replicate the recipe, no matter how much you try. When visiting bazaars or other markets, you should probably prepare your skills. Turkish people love to bargain, and if you see products that do not have a price tag on them, it means that the seller expects you to give an offer. At the same time, you can expect to be overcharged once or twice. The prices will differ depending on who you’re with, especially if accompanying a tour guide who knows the area well.

Turkish cuisine can satisfy all diets, and if you are a vegetarian, you should probably know that the people there can make any vegetable taste amazing with some olive oil and spices. When you are invited to eat with someone, it can be construed as rude to not eat everything on your plate. In Turkey, mealtime is especially important and you’ll be drinking a lot of coffee and tea. Try to avoid tap water though, especially if you have a sensitive stomach. It is therefore recommended that you always buy bottled water.

Remember that Turkey is more than just Istanbul, Ankara, and other such large cities. Beautiful landscapes can be found all over the country. You can take a tour through mountains, forests and deserts or can even lay on the beach all day. A coastal favourite is Antalya.

Unlike other Muslim countries, Turkey does allow alcohol drinking. The locals are not drinkers, but they are aware of the tourists penchant for a beer. Even so, you will not find alcoholic beverages in all stores. International hotels usually have alcohol on their bars’ shelves, but you can ask the locals where to get a beer from as well.

No, the date specified is merely the start of your validity period. You can enter Turkey on any date within the validity period.

If you reside in or you’re travelling from a yellow fever-affected country, you’ll be required to present proof of vaccination against the disease.

Every traveller must obtain their own eVisa.

No. You’ll have to leave Turkey and obtain a new eVisa. If you need to extend your stay beyond the maximum days allowed/e-Visa validity period, you may apply for a residence permit at the Provincial Directorate Migration Management office.

You don’t have to obtain a visa as long as you don’t leave the transit area. If you leave the transit area, you will need to obtain an eVisa.

The following nationalities are eligible for a Turkey eVisa:

Antigua and Barbuda
Armenia
Australia
Austria
The Bahamas
Bahrain
Barbados
Belgium
Canada
China
Croatia
Cyprus
Dominica
Dominican Republic
East Timor
Fiji
Grenada
Haiti
Indonesia
Ireland
Jamaica
Maldives
Malta
Mauritius
Mexico
Netherlands
Norway
Oman
Poland
Portugal
Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
Spain
Suriname
Taiwan
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
The United States.

The Turkey eVisa is an authorisation document that permits tourist entry into Turkey.

The only extra equirement for your visa/residence permit to be used as a supporting document is that it must be valid on the date you enter Turkey.

The following is required to submit your application:
Your ordinary passport with an expiration date at least 6 months beyond the “duration of stay” of your eVisa.
Certain nationalities require a supporting document such as a visa or residence permit from the Schengen, US, UK, or Ireland. To view which nationalities, please visit our application page and enter your nationality.

The maximum length of stay ranges from 30 days to 90 days, depending on your nationality. Use our visa checker to determine what it is for your nationality.

This depends on the processing time you have chosen. Please refer to the FastTrackVisa website page for that country for more information.

The situation in each country during the Covid 19 pandemic is changing rapidly. Please check with the foreign office of the country in order to ascertain the most up to date entry requirement for vaccination and Covid tests.

This depends entirely on the method of processing time that you choose. There are 3 options:

Standard Processing: 24 hours

Rush Processing: 4 hours

Super Rush Processing: 30 minutes

The single and multiple eVisas are valid for 180 days after arrival. Remember that only certain nationalities are eligible for the option of multiple entry.

When you apply with fasttrackvisa.com, you can usually acquire same-day processing. If you apply outside of 180 days after arrival, we’ll hold on to your application until the appropriate time. This means you can apply at any time.

The passport of the applicant must not expire within 60 days after the end of the duration of stay in Turkey on the eVisa. There should be at least one blank page in the passport for stamping.

Yes, all foreign citizens, minors included, will require a visa to travel as tourists in Turkey.

Travellers arriving at seaports and intending to visit nearby cities or provinces for tourism purposes are exempt from a visa, provided that their stay does not exceed 72 hours. However, if you arrive in/depart from Turkey by air for your cruise tour, you must obtain a visa.

This depends entirely on the traveller’s nationality. If you’re a citizen of one of the following, you will obtain a Multiple Entry e-Visa:

Antigua and Barbuda
Armenia
Australia
Austria
Bahamas
Bahrain
Barbados
Belgium
Canada
Croatia
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Estonia
Grenada
Haiti
Hong Kong
Ireland
Jamaica
Kuwait
Latvia
Lithuania
Maldives
Malta
Mauritius
Netherlands
Norway
Oman
Poland
Portugal
Saint Lucia
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
Spain
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
The United States.

If you want to stay in Turkey longer than your eVisa allows, you need to apply at the nearest Provincial Directorate of Migration Management for a residence permit. Apply for the Turkey eVisa to get started on your trip.