Turkey Extends Visa-Free Travel To UAE And Several Other Nations, Including GCC Countries

We can now officially add Turkey to the list of countries that offer visa-free travel to the UAE. In an impressive move to enhance global connections and elevate tourism, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has issued a groundbreaking decree offering visa-free travel to citizens from the UAE and several other countries. Here are all the details you need to know about it.

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90 Days Of Visa Exemption Every Six Months

Citizens from these countries are now entitled to visa exemptions, allowing them to explore the beauty of Turkey for a period of 90 days within a span of six months. This exciting development aims to foster stronger ties and encourage cross-cultural interactions between Turkey and these nations:

  • UAE
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Bahrain
  • Oman
  • USA
  • Canada

GCC & Turkey Join Forces

Leaders from the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries have expressed a strong desire to deepen economic cooperation with Turkey. The 90 day visa exemption marks a pivotal moment as Turkey actively seeks to strengthen economic and trade relations with the GCC countries, fostering an environment of collaboration and mutual benefit.

Discover Türkiye: A Treasure Trove Of Culture & History

Renowned as a sought-after destination in the Middle East, Turkey, or Türkiye, stands as a captivating country with a rich history and diverse landscapes. It beckons visitors from around the globe to experience its unparalleled offerings.

The visa exemption for citizens from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, the United States, and Canada unveils an enticing opportunity for travellers to delve into Turkey’s abundant cultural and historical treasures. Turkey unfolds a tapestry of architectural marvels and cultural heritage.

Embark on a journey of discovery as Turkey opens its arms to welcome visitors from across the world, fostering connections, and sharing the magic of its vibrant history and culture. This is definitely one country that has to be on your 2024 places to travel list!

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