No. Most Turkish people speak English, especially in the tourist areas, so this will not be an issue.
As long as your pets are duly inoculated and have a pet passport, yes, you can.
No, there are no formal restrictions regarding the type of clothing to wear in Turkey
Only heterosexual and monogamous marriages are allowed under Turkish law. Polygamy occasionally occurs,
but it’s illegal.
Although recent terrorist threats have plagued some cities, Turkey is considered one of the world's
safest Islamic countries. The safety of expats remains a top priority to the Turkish security agency,
and this is visible through local awareness and report systems set-up to attend to complaints.
Yes, the Turkish medical institution is ranked as one of the most advanced in the world. In recent
years, Turkey has recorded a high level of medical tourism.
It is generally a difficult task that requires a lot of documentation by the Touring and Automobile Club
of Turkey. It is advisable to rent a vehicle or buy one.
Yes, there are many international schools in Turkey and a lot of vocational institutes that provide
quality education at all levels.
Yes, you can carry out a trade as a foreigner in Turkey, as long as they are legal.