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Hello travelers!

As you can see, we upgraded our forums on Wednesday Oct 15th. We're back up and running, but we are still a work in progress! We'll be renaming things and creating an all around better experience. In the meantime, you can use the forums (the functionality is extremely similar to what you are used to). We hope to be finished tweaking things very shortly. Thank you for your patience; it is appreciated!

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  • re visa

    The visa fee for Turkey is now dropped to 20 Usd from 100 usd.
    Visa can be received at all entry ports within Turkey or through Turkish consulates.
    this is only for US citizens.
    Nejat ─░ncedogan

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    Re: re visa

    In the Istanbul (IST) airport, there is a window in the
    corridor on the way to baggage claim to buy the visa. If only on a cruise and a tour guide meets you, maybe no visa needed? Visa obtained where when on a cruise ship and taking a taxi for the day?