1. What is Turkey's local currency?

The local currency of the Republic of Turkey is the Turkish Lira. Our patients can convert their cash from exchange offices to Turkish Lira.

Our patients can withdraw money in Turkish Lira, Euro and Dollar through ATMs in Turkey. You can easily withdraw money with foreign language options available at ATMs.

Foreigners can use their own vehicles with the obligation to carry their own driver’s license, vehicle license and passport with them. Vehicles are driven on the right side of the road in Turkey.

The sockets in Turkey are dual like the sockets used in Europe.

If you have your phone line open for use abroad before coming to Turkey, you can use your own operator as well as local GSM operators.

Museums in Izmir are open to visitors between 08.00 and 17.00.

Pharmacies work across the country between 09.00 and 19.00, except on Sundays. However, some pharmacies are open on duty on Sundays.

Although shopping centers are open every day in Turkey, they serve between 10.00 and 22.00 in the morning.

Banks in Turkey are open between 09.00 and 17.00 on weekdays.

Turkey is in the UTC+03 time zone.

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