What are the restrictions for tourists during a lokdown in Turkey. That's what our article is about today. Turkish President Tayip Erdogan, due to a bad epidemiological situation, announced a lockdown from April 29 to May 17 inclusive.
The measures taken at first by the Holy Month of Ramadan have already paid off. As of April 26, the number of cases per day was 37,312 people. This is an exorbitant figure, but compared to a record of 63,082 people on April 16, the decrease in incidence is almost twice.
The President is confident that in the near future it will be possible to reduce this figure to 5,000 people per day for a return to tourism activities. Restrictions for tourists during the lockdown remained the same.
The curfew does not apply to them. Cafes and restaurants unfortunately work only for takeaways, but for tourists it will not be a problem, because almost everyone rests on the system "all inclusive ". A number of restrictions are also imposed on excursions. Complete closure of hammams for the period of lockdown. All long-distance trips are only under special permits, but this is the concern of the organizers.
For tourists tours to Cappadocia, Demra, Pamukkale will be available in the same format. As for the full list of excursions it is better to contact our managers. The situation can change every day depending on the growth or decline of the disease.
Of course, the list of restrictions for tourists during the lockdown in Turkey is sure to include a mask mode, but in my opinion it is such a small thing, to which everyone has long been accustomed.
Don't get sick, be healthy. See you in Turkey.