T.He said that the beginning of the year 2020 is full of many challenges. Fires and earthquakes have affected some countries, but the worst coronavirus disease has affected us globally. Sadly, he has delayed many of our plans this year.
But maybe, there is a reason to suspend our plans. It gave us time to build relationships with our families and to review our hobbies. This is also a great opportunity to review your travel plans for the rest of the year.
While waiting for the lockdown and travel ban to expire, you can check out the countries that are relatively safe from the corona virus. Switzerland is the safest country to visit, based on Fobres.com’s list of the 100 safest countries in the world for COVID-19.
If you are thinking of going to Turkey this year, there is good news because it is the 37th safest country in the world. As of June 28, 2020, there are 1,356 cases of corona virus in Turkey. These cases have been declining since March this year and will probably decrease further in the coming months. So far, most countries are advising against international flights unless the necessary goals are achieved. But when there is a significant reduction in the incidence of coronavirus, know that it is safe to travel to some places in Turkey.
Based on the latest update on June 29, 2020, the Turkish government has reopened its international land, sea and air borders. International commercial flights have also resumed. To ensure safety and health protocol, all passengers arriving in Turkey will be medically examined.
Turkey has always been in the top 10 countries to visit. It has a diverse culture, interesting art, and exotic food. The country is full of beautiful scenery and architecture to make your visit worthwhile. A lot of historical data can also be obtained by exploring the ruins and beaches of Turkey. About 42 million tourists visit Turkey every year due to its historical sites, beaches and plenty of food.
Although Turkey is a haven for tourists, its historical and cultural diversity has affected its safety over the years. Most countries advise their citizens to avoid certain places in Turkey because of the problem of terrorism. Protests are also occasional in Turkey, but they are planned and there is no reason to fear. It is relatively safe to travel to Turkey because tourism is a big part of the Turkish economy.
As of September 2019, the US State Department has issued a Level 2 warning for those traveling to Turkey. For Americans, Turkey is safe to travel to as long as they are close to the Syrian and Iraqi borders. Incidents of terrorism, clashes with the Kurdish PKK and other conflicts occur along the Syrian border. As tourists, do not travel 10 km near the border to be safe.
Based on reviews on tripodizer.com, tourists have confirmed that it is safe to travel to Istanbul, Cappadocia and other places in Turkey. They even enjoy sunrise on the Aegean and Mediterranean shores.
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