Old Apr 14, 17, 5:28 pm
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britinva79
 
Join Date: Jul 2009
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Originally Posted by keitherson View Post
There are separate crossings for cars vs pedestrians. If you have an EU passport or a passport that can enter the EU, there is little risk. The hassle is with the first point of entry into Turkey.
Actually there is no visa required the flight to North Cyprus from Turkey is considered an international flight. All you have to do is connect at International Arrivals in Istanbul and then you go to the lounge for TK and wait for your connection. Same on return.

Visas for Turkey can be bought online and are super simple if you decide to do a stopover in Turkey too if you're from the US or many other countries.
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