As the main part of a holiday is enjoyment and atmosphere, it's important to book what you want. This means a package holiday is not always the best option, especially going to Turkey. Flight - only gives you a cheap option to customise your holiday. It's so easy to choose the accomodation you want and get private transfer from the airport, which is much more convenient and book the tours you want to.
The following items may be brought into the country duty free
● personal effects of the tourist.
● one TV, one colour pocket TV (maximum 16 cm screen), one TV-tape-radio combination, one video recording camera and 5 video cassettes (blank); 5 records, 5 tape cassettes or compact discs.
● one video player, cine-projector (8 mm) and 10 rolls of film (blank), one slide projector.
● one pocket computer (maximum main memory capacity Ram 128k. Byte), electronic playing devices (without cassette - keyboard).
● one transistor radio and portable radio - tape player (its specification to be determined by the Ministry of Finance and Customs), one Walkman or pocket tape recorder, one portable compact disc player.
● Binoculars (one pair, except night binoculars)
● harmonica, mandolin, flageole, flute, guitar, and accordion (only one of each type, maximum 3 musical instruments).
● personal sports equipment.
● necessary medical items.
● bicycle, baby buggy, toys.
● 200 cigarettes and 50 cigars.
● 200 grams of tobacco and 200 cigarette papers, or 50 grams of chewing tobacco or 200 grams of pipe tobacco, or 200 grams of snuff
● (In addition to the above allowances, it is possible to purchase 400 cigarettes, 100 cigars, and 500 grams of pipe tobacco from the Turkish Duty Free Shops upon entering the country).
● 1.5kg. coffee, 1.5kg. instant coffee, 500 grams of tea.
● 1 kilo chocolate and 1 kilo sweets.
● 5 (100 cc) or 7 (70 cc) bottles of wines and/or spirits.
● five bottles of perfume (120 ml max. each).
● one portable typewriter.
● one camera with 5 rolls of film.
● First aid, and spare parts for the car.
● Other items necessary during the journey.