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It's possible, although I would not necessary recommend it in the current climate. First, a map courtesy of the CIA: Start from Diyarbakir, Turkey, in the Turkish area of Kurdistan. Cross into Iraqi Kurdistan via the Ibrahim Khalil checkpoint, firmly in Kurdish hands, and the town of Zakho. Detour to Faysh Khabur at Syria's northeastern tippy-top if ...


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Addresses work similarly in Turkey to most countries, in that a postcode is a general area. The point that your sat nav is showing will likely be the centre of that postcode area. As Henning pointed out, however, that area may be quite large. Here in the UK, urban postcode areas are very small (a few houses) but out in the country they can take in a much ...


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Yes, there always are customs laws. Free import: 1kg of coffee; 1kg of instant coffee; 500g of tea; 1kg of chocolate; 1kg food made of sugar; Prohibited Meat and dairy products Free export: Local drinks and foodstuffs up to a total value of TRY 100, each commodity not to exceed 5 kgs Prohibited ...


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Officially Turkey no longer issues Visa-On-Arrival at any airports. The Visa-on-Arrival has been replaced with an "e-Visa" which can be applied for electronically at http://www.evisa.gov.tr/ eVisas are generally issued immediately so you could potentially apply for one whilst in the airside area of the airport if you had internet access, however you will ...


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Rome2Rio comes in handy for this: They suggest 3 routes: Car Ferry via Yalova - $12-$15 (although you'll need a car) (~2.5 hours) Bus via Yalova - $24-26 (~4 hours) Train and Bus via Aksaray (~4.5 hours) $19-$22 which would be 'best' depends on you, your travel plans and time and money, but as a general rule - if you're not used to travelling in a new ...


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I'm not sure if you are asking about Visa requirements or things like that. However I can say for Iranian citizens (including Kurdish people) there are no visa requirements for travelling across those countries (Turkey, Iraq, Syria). I know the same rules apply for Turkish passports. Actually there are many public transports (bus, train, airplane) which ...



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