09.00- 19.00 Monday to Friday
Currency, Credit Cards and Exchange
The official currency in Turkey is the Turkish Lira (TL). Major credit cards are accepted by hotels, restaurants and shops. ATMs can be found in even smallest Turkish cities. Banks will Exchange foreign currency and traveler’s cheques with your passport as a proof of identity. Exchange offices also offer a fast service and usually do not charge commission.
220V AC 50Hz (European Plugging)
Kg & Metric
International Dialling Codes
+ (your area code and telephone number)
90- Country Code of Turkey
212- City Code of İstanbul (Europe)
216- City Code of İstanbul (Asia)
Weather in Istanbul
At the start of the September, temperatures are still high, it’s likely to be hot and dry. But by the end, temperatures fall rapidly, rainfall averages rise, and it feels much cooler. You can find below the average temperatures and precipitation amount for Istanbul in September.
|Average Temperature (°C)||20.1|
|Highest Temperature (°C)||23.7|
|Lowest Temperature (°C)||16.8|
Tipping is at guest’s discretion in restaurants and hotels, without a set amount. Taxi charges are inclusive of service.
Turkey is not a part of the European Union so custom formalities are different from other countries in Europe. Please check this website for further information before sending to sending to Turkey: english.gtb.gov.tr
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In case of accident or sudden illness, majoor hospitals working with leading state universities and private hospitals are located in or near the downtown area