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Hi,

We are going to marmaris in June then hisoronu in sept(pardon the spelling) will buying the visa in June cover us for Sept,

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1. Re: visa

Yes definitely no problem. The visa covers stays in Turkey up to a total of 90 days within an 180 day period - so a visa bought in June lasts until December.

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Thank you very much for your help.

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3. Re: visa

It is my understanding that you are allowed to visit as many times as you like within a six month period as long as you do not exceed more than 90 days in total.

We always go to Icmeler at the beginning of April and visit again going to Hisaronu/Ovacik at end of July to middle of August and we use the same visa. Thus, avoiding having to queue up at Visa desk and going straight to passport control instead.

Apparently I have heard that you must also have a clean page in your passport for the visa stamp, as they will not put it on a page with stamps on already.

Maybe some other Trip Advisor poster can verify this.

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owldgrand

Your correct about the blank page

fco.gov.uk/en/…turkey

"Make sure your passport has a full blank page for the visa stamp otherwise you will not be permitted to enter Turkey"

Alan :)

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Just a word of warning. I got my visa at Dalaman in May when going to Icmeler. I then went to Kemer in August flying into Antalya. The guy at passport control said I needed a new visa and got quite annoyed when I pointed out the one I had was still valid. I had to get the girl at the visa desk to confirm it's validity before he very reluctantly stamped it. If it does happen and you know you're right, stand your ground and don't be intimidated by someone in uniform.

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Due to go to Marmaris on Monday - just wondering if the new e visa is compulsory yet or will we still be able to buy the visa upon arrival at dalaman?

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You can still get your Visa at Dalaman Airport.

Alan :)

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Thanks - do you know when the e-visa becomes compulsory?

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