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They are generally flats in a low-story apartment building. They can be rented for as cheap as 25 TL daily not per person, this is the daily price for the whole house!
For the most part, these guesthouses are drab affairs, s-era concrete boxes usually painted in a shade of pink and found in some of the least interesting parts of town.
The farmers participating in TaTuTa share a room of their houses or a building in the farm with the visitors without charge, and the visitors help them in their garden work in return.
There are many private estates dotting the whole coastline of Turkey, which the owner rents its property for campers.
These campsites , which are called kamping in Turkish, have basic facilities such as tap water, toilets, tree shade this is especially important in dry and hot summers of the western and southern coasts and some provide electricity to every tent via individual wires.
Pitching a tent in the forest without permission is OK, unless the area is under protection as a national park, a bioreserve, a wildlife refuge, a natural heritage or because of some other environmental concern.
Stores offering camping gear are hard to come across, usually in back alleys, underground floors of large shopping arcades. So, unless you are exactly sure you can obtain what you need at your destination, it's best to pack along your gear if intending to camp.
In smaller stores in non-major towns, the price of many of the stuff on sale is pretty much negotiable —it is not uncommon for shop attendants to ask 30 TL for camp stove fuel, whereas it would cost typically 15 TL or even less in another store in a neighbouring town.
However, caravan riders can stay overnight in numerous resting areas along the highways and motorways, or virtually in any place which seems to be suitable.
Filling the water tanks and discharging wastewater effluent seems to matter most. The service to make reservations for Turkey is only available outside of Turkey.
This is due to a tax struggle between the website and the government. So, you best book your accommodation before coming to Turkey.
Otherwise, you can always use Tor or a VPN to get around this limitation. Work as an English teacher is reasonably easy to stumble upon. Contracts will sometimes include accommodations, airfare, and health-care.
Being that import-export is huge in Turkey, there are also many opportunities outside of teaching, though these are often much more difficult to find and require some legal work.
You need to have a work permit to work in Turkey. The control over illegal workers have grown stricter in the past five years with the consequence of deportation, so take the work permit issue seriously.
However, if you have your own company in Turkey you are allowed to "manage" it without having a work permit. Setting up what is known as an FDI foreign direct investment company is relatively straightforward, takes a few days and costs around 2, TL April Running costs for a company average about 2, TL per year for a small to medium enterprise, less for an inactive company.
Owning a company allows you to be treated as Turkish in respect of purchasing real estate and bypasses the need for military permission and allows you to complete a sale in one day if required.
Dial for police, from any telephone without charge. However, in rural areas there is no police coverage, so dial in such a place for jandarma Military Police , a military unit for rural security.
Big cities in Turkey, especially Istanbul, are not immune to petty crime. Although petty crime is not especially directed towards tourists, by no means are they exceptions.
Snatching, pickpocketing , and mugging are the most common kinds of petty crime. The installation and operation of a camera network which watches streets and squares —especially the central and crowded ones- hour a day in Istanbul, has reduced the number of snatching and mugging incidents.
Just like anywhere else, following common sense is recommended. The following recommendations are for the big cities, and most small-to-mid size cities usually have no petty crime problems at all.
Have your wallet and money in your front pockets instead of back pockets, backpack or shoulder bag. You should drive defensively at all times and take every precaution while driving in Turkey.
Drivers in Turkey routinely ignore traffic regulations, including driving through red lights and stop signs, and turning left from the far right lane; these driving practices cause frequent traffic accidents.
Drivers who experience car troubles or accidents pull to the side of the road and turn on their emergency lights to warn other drivers, but many drivers place a large rock or a pile of rocks on the road about m behind their vehicles instead of turning on emergency lights.
You may not use a cell phone while driving. It is strictly prohibited by law. Leave a wide berth and move away from the area quickly if you see two or more people begin to argue and fight as this may be a ruse to attract your attention while another person relieves you of your valuables.
Be alert, this often happens very quickly. Watch your belongings in crowded places and on public transport, especially on trams and urban buses.
Avoid dark and desolate alleys at night. Stay away from demonstrating crowds if the demonstration seems to be turning into an unpeaceful one.
If you notice that your wallet has been stolen it is wise to check the nearest trash cans before reporting the loss to the police.
It is often the case that thieves in Turkey will drop the wallet into the trash to avoid being caught in possession of the wallet and proven a thief.
Obviously it is highly likely that your money will no longer be in it, but there is a chance that your credit cards and papers will be.
See also scams section of Istanbul article to have an idea about what kinds of scams you may come across with in other parts of the country too, especially the touristy ones, not just Istanbul.
Upon entering some museums, hotels, metro stations, and almost all shopping malls, especially in larger cities, you will notice security checkpoints similar to those found in airports.
Don't worry, this is the standard procedure in Turkey and does not imply an immediate danger of attack. These security screenings are also conducted in a much more relaxed way than the airports, so you will not have to remove your belt to avoid the alarm when walking through the metal detector.
Carry your passport or other means of identification at all times. One may not be requested to show them for a long period, then all of a sudden a minibus is checked by the traffic police or the military, particularly in Eastern Turkey , or one runs into an officer of the law with time on his hand, and one must show papers.
Some government buildings may ask you to temporarily surrender your passport in return for equipment such as headphones for simultaneous translation, etc.
Hotels may request you to hand your passport in until you paid the bill, which puts you into an awkward situation. Referring to the police always made them hand the passport back, once the registration procedure was finalized.
Showing a personal visiting card, one or two credit cards or knowing the address of a respectable hotel may solve the no-papers situation, but any self-respecting officer will tell you that you are in the wrong, and will be sorry next time.
If treated politely however police and military can be quite friendly and even offer rides to the next city no joke intended.
If you intend to travel to Eastern or Southeastern Anatolia , stay ahead of the news. Although it offers many beautiful sights, the situation is far from secure due to ethnic strife and protests, sometimes resulting in violence.
The region is far from a war zone, but take precaution when visiting this volatile place. The real risk of threat is not very big though, if you stick on major routes and follow common sense rules such as avoiding demonstrations.
In fact, humid forests of the northeastern Black Sea region is the habitat of a small-sized snake which is one of the most venomous in the world.
If you are stung by one, seek urgent medical aid. As for wild mammals, presumably the most dangerous ones are wolves , bears and wild boars.
All of these animals live only in mountainous areas of almost all regions and your chance of sighting one is very low except boars which are not so rare.
The biggest animal threat comes from stray dogs or sheepdogs in rural areas. They are mostly found in rural areas and non-central parts of the cities.
They are usually discreet and are usually more afraid of you than you are of them. Rabies kuduz is endemic in Turkey and most of the world  , so anyone bitten by a dog or other carnivore should seek urgent treatment, despite what you may be told by your hotel or other well meaning strangers.
Those ear tags mean the dog was cleaned up, vaccinated against rabies and a number of other diseases , sterilized, and then returned back to the streets as this is the most humane treatment compare with keeping them in a cage or a cage-like environment or putting them to sleep.
The process is going on, so we can assume the stray dog problem in Turkey will disappear in natural ways sometime in the future.
Much of Turkey is prone to earthquakes. There are "Tourism Police" sections of the police departments of Ankara , Antalya , Istanbul in Sultanahmet , and Izmir providing help specifically for tourists, where travellers can report passport loss and theft or any other criminal activity, they may have become victims of.
The staff is multilingual and will speak English, German, French, and Arabic. Food safety - Food is generally free of parasitic or bacterial contamination, but be prudent anyway.
Look at where local people are preferring to eat. They can spoil fairly quickly without needed refrigeration. They may be free of biological contaminants but their skin is probably heavily loaded with pesticides unless you see the not-very-common certified organic produce marker on, of course.
These contents may or may not cause diarrhea , but it is wise to have at least some anti-diarrhea medicine nearby, especially if you are going to travel to places a bit off-beaten-track.
Also, though tap water is mostly chlorinated, it is better to drink only bottled water except when in remote mountain villages connected to a local spring.
Bottled water is readily available everywhere except the most remote, uninhabited spots. The most common volumes for bottled water are 0.
General price for half-a-litre and one-and-a-half-litre bottled water is 0. Water is served free of charge in intercity buses, packaged in 0.
In kiosks, water is sold chilled universally, sometimes so cold that you have to wait the ice to thaw to be able to drink it. Supermarkets provide it both reasonably chilled and also at room temperature.
If you have no chance of finding bottled water —for example, in wilderness, up in the eastern highlands- always boil your water; if you have no chance of boiling the water, use chlorine tablets — which can be provided from pharmacies in big cities - or devices like LifeStraw.
Also avoid swimming in fresh water, which you are not sure about its purity, and at seawater in or near the big cities —unless a beach which is declared safe to swim exists.
And lastly, be cautious about water, not paranoid. Hospitals — In Turkey, there are two kinds of hospitals hastane -private and public.
Private hospitals are run by associations, private parties, and private universities. Public hospitals are run by the Ministry of Health, public universities, and state-run social security institutions.
All mid-to-big size cities and as major resort towns have private hospitals, more than one in many cities, but in a small town all you can find will probably be a public hospital.
Public hospitals are generally crowded. So expect to wait some time to be treated. But for emergency situations this won't be a problem.
Emergency situations are exception and you'll be treated without prepayment, etc. In the outlying hoods of cities, there are usually also policlinics which can treat simpler illnesses or injuries.
There is an emergency ward acil servis open 24 hours a day in every hospital. Village clinics do certainly have a much limited opening hours generally to sunset.
Dentists — There are lots of private dentist offices in the cities, especially along the main streets. Most dentists work on an appointment, although they may check or start the treatment on your turning up without an appointment if their schedule is okay.
A simple treatment for a tooth decay costs about 40 TL on the average. Ordinary toothbrushes and pastes both local and international brands can be obtained from supermarkets.
If you want something special, you may check out pharmacies. It is okay to brush teeth with tap water. Pharmacies - There are pharmacies eczane in Turkish in all cities and many towns.
Most basic drugs, including painkillers such as Aspirin , are sold over the counter, although only in pharmacies. Mosquitoes - Keeping a mosquito repellent handy is a good idea.
Although the risk of malaria anywhere in the country is long gone except the southernmost areas near the Syrian border which used to have a very low level of risk until up to s , mosquitoes can be annoying especially in coastal areas out of cities, including vacation towns at nights between June and September.
DEET-containing aerosol repellents some are suitable to apply to the skin while others, the ones that are in tall tin cans are for making a room mosquito-free before going to bed, not to be applied onto skin, so choose what you buy wisely can be obtained from supermarkets and pharmacies.
There are also solid repellents coming in a tablet form which are used with their special devices indoors having an electricity socket.
The tablets, together with their devices, can also be obtained from supermarkets and pharmacies. It can kill the infected person in a very short time, usually within three or four days.
This disease has claimed more than 20 lives in Turkey within the past two years. Authorities recommend to wear light coloured clothing which makes distinguishing a tick clinged to your body easier.
Instead, go to the nearest hospital immediately to seek urgent expert aid. Being late to show up in hospital and to diagnose is number one killer in this disease.
Symptoms are quite like that of flu and a number of other illnesses, so doctor should be informed about the possibility of CCHF and be shown the tick if possible.
Coastal Black Sea Region, Marmara Region, Aegean and Mediterranean coasts, and East Anatolia are generally deemed free of this disease and also free of the disease-carrying species of tick with no casualties.
But in the name of being cautious, you should head for the nearest hospital anyway if you are bitten by most likely an innocent tick.
Also remember that if you should head for the danger zone described above, ticks are not active in winter. Their active period is April to October, so is the danger period.
Public restrooms - Though many main squares and streets in the cities have a public restroom, if you cannot manage to find one, look for the nearest mosque, where you will see a public restroom in a corner of, or below its courtyard.
Instead, you are likely to find a bidet or a tap. Don't be puzzled. That's because devout Muslims use water instead of paper to clean up and paper usually used as a dryer after cleaning.
So it is a good idea to have a roll of toilet paper in your backpack during your walkings for sightseeing. In the better places on the road in the country there are rest rooms that are maintained and an attendant ready to collect 0.
Menstrual products — Different types and designs of disposable pads are widely available. Look around in the supermarkets. However, Turkish women prefer tampons much less than European women do, so they are rarer.
They are available only in some of the pharmacies. Hamam - If you haven't been to one, you've missed one of life's great experiences and never been clean.
You can catch your inner peace with history and water in a bath hamam. See hamams in Istanbul. Turkish people understand that visitors are usually not aware of Turkish culture and customs, and tend to be tolerant of blunders in this regard by foreigners.
There are, however, some which will meet with universal disapproval, and these should be avoided at all costs:. Because of religious traditions, all women are required to wear head scarves and not to wear miniskirts or shorts upon entering a mosque or a church and synagogue.
The same goes for the tombs of Islamic saints, too, if the tomb is not called a museum. However wearing-a-scarf rule is somewhat relaxed, especially in big mosques of Istanbul in which tourists are common.
In such mosques, no one is warned about their clothes, or because of their lack of head scarves. Also, men are required to wear trousers, not shorts, upon entering a mosque or church or synagogue , however nowadays no one is warned about their clothes at least in big cities.
You may find when entering a mosque in more rural areas you will be expected to follow all traditional procedures. During the prayer time, worshippers choose to line in the front rows of the mosques, at such a time stay behind and try not to be noisy.
You will be able to enter back as soon as worshippers are out of the gate. Unlike some other Middle Eastern cultures, eating, drinking, smoking which is strictly banned , talking or laughing loudly, sleeping or just lying, even sitting on the ground inside the mosques is frowned upon in Turkish culture.
Public displays of affection are definitely taboo. All shoes should be removed before entering any mosque.
There are shoes desks inside the mosques, though you can choose to hold them in your hand a plastic bag which would be used only for this purpose would help during your visit.
Some mosques have safeboxes with a lock instead of shoe desks. You can visit a mosque as long as its gates are open. Despite the odd tourists who do not conform to the dress code, it is best to dress conservatively and to follow all traditional procedures, when entering mosques, tombs and other places of worship; not only because it is required but also as a sign of respect.
Turkey is considered to be quite safe for gay and lesbian travellers, and violence against homosexuals is quite rare. There are no laws against homosexuality in Turkey, but same-sex relationships are not recognized by the government or accepted by society.
Revealing your sexual orientation openly is very likely to draw stares and whispers. Dial for an ambulance in anywhere, from any telephone, without a charge.
In case of a fire, dial ; for police, call However, in rural areas there is not a police coverage, so dial for gendarme, a military unit for rural security.
All these numbers are free of charge and can be called from a telephone booth without inserting a calling card, or any phone including cell phones.
While not as common as they used to be, public pay phones can still be found at the sides of central squares and major streets in towns and cities and around post offices PTT , especially around their outer walls.
With the phase-out of old magnetic cards, public phones now operate with chip telekom cards which are available in 30, 60 or units and can be obtained at post offices, newspaper and tobacco kiosks.
However emergency numbers can be called without card or anything from these phones. You can also use your credit card on these phones, though it may not work in the off chance.
All phones in the booths have Turkish and English instructions and menus, many also have German and French in addition. There are also telephones available in some kiosks and shops where you pay cash after your call.
To spot these, look for kontürlü telefon signs. These telephones are more expensive than the ones at the booths, though.
Line providers from most countries have roaming agreements with one or more of these companies. These can be purchased at the airport on arrival or from the many outlets in Istanbul and other large cities.
Providers include Vodafone. Foreign mobile phones without IMEI registration will be blocked after days. This only happens if you use a Turkish SIM card.
Phones with a foreign SIM card aren't affected by the blockage. This website explains how you can register your mobile phone in Turkey.
Here is a quick list of area codes for some major cities and towns of importance to tourists:. Area codes are used when calling from a mobile phone or from outside the area.
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