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Bodrum -kos day trip

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Bodrum -kos day trip

Going tomorrow and just wondering can you buy duty free in kos and bring it back to bodrum and if so is there a duty free shop at the ferry port

Many thanks in advance

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1. Re: Bodrum -kos day trip

Best place to buy duty free is on your return to Bodrum. The shop is only small but they have a good selection and some good offers, we bought Finlandia Vodka for 9 euro. There wasn't a duty free shop at Kos and prices for spirits in the local shops was expensive.

Prior ro our trip to Kos we were asked by several bar owners to get them spirits (one gave us a list with over 15 different drinks on!) However we were only allowed 1 litre each (were asked for our passports at the check out) although it appeared if you were Turkish you could buy as much as you wanted.

Make sure to takr Euros with you to Kos. We didn't deciding to change some sterling when we got there only to find the only plsce you can do this is a bank. The queus were horrendous and it took over 45 minutes. We also found Kos Town to be very expensive compared to Bodrum - over 50 euro for two giro platters, a small stifado (beef casserole) and a large bottle of water.

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2. Re: Bodrum -kos day trip

Best place to buy duty free is on your return to Bodrum. The shop is only small but they have a good selection and some good offers, we bought Finlandia Vodka for 9 euro. There wasn't a duty free shop at Kos and prices for spirits in the local shops was expensive.

Prior ro our trip to Kos we were asked by several bar owners to get them spirits (one gave us a list with over 15 different drinks on!) However we were only allowed 1 litre each (were asked for our passports at the check out) although it appeared if you were Turkish you could buy as much as you wanted.

Make sure to takr Euros with you to Kos. We didn't deciding to change some sterling when we got there only to find the only plsce you can do this is a bank. The queus were horrendous and it took over 45 minutes. We also found Kos Town to be very expensive compared to Bodrum - over 50 euro for two giro platters, a small stifado (beef casserole) and a large bottle of water.

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3. Re: Bodrum -kos day trip

Thanks for your reply it did help,we are in kos today,we got € before we left uk

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