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Nationals of any country (as revealed to me by the police at Ercan Airport - the MFA website is completely incorrect in other words), can use ID cards (if written in the Latin alphabet) for short-term visits. For citizens of Turkey, EU states, Australia and USA, passports/IDs must be valid for 2 months on entry, for other foreigners 6 months. So yes, you're ...


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VISA Regulations - Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus For the citizens of the European Union: A valid EU passport or national identity card is required Yes, the or makes this clear enough. The usage later of A valid passport is just inprecisly written. Beware that the Republic of Cyprus requires you to enter the island at a proper port of ...


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I am answering my own question since I have already done the trip. Unfortunately I cannot shed the light to all the answers, but at least I can answer some of them. I have rented the car through Europcar. I experienced no issues neither crossing the border nor driving in the Northern Cyprus. I have bought insurance at the border and I think the price was ...


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I use maps.me (https://maps.me/) for all places where I don't have mobile connection or can't afford it :-). Openstreetmap data is used for the maps. Those are updated often.


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Both Turkey and North Cyprus consider the other to be fully independent countries so travel requirements for one are not relevant to the other. The visa requirements for North Cyprus are outlined here. There are only 3 countries which require visas to enter, all of which require in-person applications. In short, US or Turkish Visas are not relevant for entry ...


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