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Turkey received more than 40 million international visitors between January to September 2022, with this it has exceeded all previous records and become one of the most popular MICE and FIT tourism destinations, globally. According to the sources, Turkey has received the highest number of visitors from the Russian Federation, Germany, and the UK, this […]Continue Reading
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Türkiye, one of the world’s most iconic locations for destination weddings, is expected to host weddings of over a 1,000 couples in 2022. Wedding tourists this year will be predominantly from India and some other countries. With weddings being the significant revenue generators for the Turkish Tourism industry, the outstanding numbers witnessed this year have […]Continue Reading
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With Turkiye recently relaxing all the Covid-19 related travel restrictions for Indian visitors, the country hosted the highest ever number of travellers from India, in June’22. Turkiye received more than 27,300 Indian tourists in the month of June’22, breaking all the previous inbound travel records from India, in a single month. As the demand for […]Continue Reading
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UNESCO has added nineteen historical attractions of Turkiye to its latest list of World Heritage Sites. With this, Turkiye now ranks as one of the top countries globally to offer Indian travellers a record number of cultural heritage sites. With the recent inclusion of the Arslantepe Mound, an 8000-year-old archaeological mound, the country has established […]Continue Reading
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Effective 1st June ‘22, Turkiye has relaxed all the conditions for Indian travellers entering the country. Earlier, they were required to submit either a vaccination certificate of both the doses or an RT PCR test report to visit the country. Now, arriving Indian travellers no longer have to show proof of vaccination against the coronavirus […]Continue Reading
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Türkiye signed a collaboration agreement with Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC), the world-leading organization for sustainable tourism accreditation certification. The signing of the agreement marks an exemplary step toward sustainability as Türkiye becomes the first government in the world to sign an agreement to develop a national program with GSTC. The Turkish Continue Reading
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