Frontier Formalities, Passport and Visas: Nationals of the following countries can enter Turkey with a valid passport; a visa is required: Up to 3 Months Germany, Argentina, Australia, Bahamas, Bahrain, Barbados, Belize, United Arab Emirates, Denmark, Morocco, Fiji, Finland, France, Granada, Iran, Switzerland, Iceland, Jamaica, Japan, Canada, Qatar, Kenya, Kuwait, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mauritius, Monaco, Norway, Oman, St. Lucia, San Marino, Seychelles, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Chile, Trinidad, Tobago, Tunisia, Vatican City, New Zealand, Greece, Ecuador, Sweden, Israel, South Korea, Uruguay. Up to 2 Months The Republic of Croatia, The Republic of Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Rumania, Macedonia, Indonesia. Up to 1 Month Bolivia, Kazakstan, Kyrgyzstan, The Republic of South Africa. For the countries mentioned above and Bulgaria, a transit visa is not required. Nationals of the following countries require a visa: U.S.A., Austria, United Kingdom, Ireland, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Holland, and Portugal can obtain a sticker visa at border gates (Up to 3 Months). Azerbaijan, White Russia, Armenia, Moldavia, Uzbekistan, Russia, Tadzhikistan Ukraine, Hungary, Poland, The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Georgia, the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and Taiwan can obtain a sticker visa at border gates (Up to 1 Month). Nationals of Guatemala can obtain a visa for up to 15 days at border gates. Nationals of Jordan, up to 30 days. Nationals of all other countries require a visa, which can be obtained from the nearest Turkish embassy or consulate.
Note: Citizens of Germany, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Spain, Italy, Malta, Switzerland, and Greece may enter Turkey with the proper identity cards in lieu of a passport.
Full Day visits: Turkey Sinop Black Sea Shore Tours: Sinop is the most beautiful natural harbor the Black Sea. There are many legends about the foundation of the city but the most dependable is that the Miletion colonists founded it in the 7th century BC and the city is the birthplace of the cynic Philosopher Diogenes. According to another legend the province is said to have received its name from the Amazon Queen "Sinova". The town's citadel dates from that early age and the foundations of the Temple of Serapis is to be found on the grounds of the Archaeological Museum where some beautiful golden icons are displayed.
08:30am Meet with your Tour guide at port (Marina) of Sinop and transfer from Boat, Our bus depart to visits 09:00-09:30 Meet at Sinop Port, get our bus and seats drive to visit Balatlar Church 09:30-10:15 Visit to Ethnographial Museum 10:15-11:00 Drive to Archaeological Museum 11:00-11:30 Alaeddin Mosque and Theological School 11:30-12:00 Follows we have visit to the Old Historical Prison 12:00-1:00pm Hamsilos Fyord and Akliman Bay 1:00 -2:00pm Lunch 2:00-3:00pm The South Sinop Castle 3:00-4:30pm Inceburun (The most Northern of Turkey) 5:30Pm Back to Sinop and Port arrival to Boat. End of our tours and service. (L)
Modern, air-conditioned, vehicle for land transportation. Professional English speaking tour guide, Admission fees to sights and museums Parking, portage, tipping (except guide, driver), tolls V.A.T.
- Airfare of International and domestic flights within our program itinerary - Air and departure taxes - Bottled beverages or alcohol and lunches - Travel insurance - Visas,
Just back to home. Very tired a long way flight and air traffic.
About services, The guides were very knowledgable and friendly and picked us up promptly. The only problem was we forget your bottled Cappadocia Wines at hotel in Kusadasi.
Other than that we had a fabulous time. The hotels that you choosed in Cappadocia and Bodrum were very nice and the little cruise was perfect.
Home sweet home.
Michael / Robbie CURRY