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There is no limit on the amount of cash you can bring into Turkey.

If you come from a non EU country with more than 10,000 EURO you need to sign a declaration form when you arrive to HR Revenue & Customs

Currency rules
Currency Import regulations:
Local currency (Turkish Lira-TRY) and foreign currencies: unlimited. However, passengers should declare foreign currencies on arrival and ensure that this is specified in their passports.

Currency Export regulations:
Local currency (Turkish Lira-TRY) and foreign currencies: up to USD 5,000.- or equivalent. Amounts exceeding the equivalent of USD 5.000 must be declared and:
-those residing in Turkey: must buy them from a bank in Turkey (with an entry to this effect in the passport);
-those residing abroad: must have declared foreign currencies on arrival and have this specified in their passports. In case of re-exchange of TRY into foreign currency a bank voucher is required.



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