Turkey visa for Norwegians

With their delicious cuisines, unbeatable hospitality, and mind-blowing landscapes, Turkey is undoubtedly the most popular destination all across Europe, including Norway. On top of that, Norway citizens don’t even need a Turkey tourist visa to enter the country!

Although Norwegian citizens don’t need a visa, they still require some travel documents to enter Turkey. Keep on reading to find out all the visa requirements for Norway citizens to visit Turkey.

Turkey Visa Exemption for Norwegians

Turkey offers different types of visas for different purposes. For tourism and business purposes, foreigners can get Turkey's e-visa. However, the e-visa is a short-term visa. So, if you want to stay in the country for a longer period of time, you are required to get a traditional visa.

That being said, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has allowed some nationalities to even enjoy the visa exemption. Luckily, Norwegian citizens are one of them. This means all Norway passport holders can visit Turkey visa-free. You can just pack your bags, get your travel document, and enter Turkey.

The visa exemption allows Norwegian citizens to stay in Turkey for up to 90 days within a 180-day period. Moreover, ordinary passport holders and official passport holders are exempt from visas for just tourism and business purposes. So, if you want to study or work, you're required to get a traditional visa from the Turkey embassy.

Passport Requirements

Before you travel to Turkey without a visa, there are some passport requirements that you must fulfill, such as:

  • Your passport must have blank pages to receive stamps

  • It must be valid for at least 60 days beyond the date of arrival.

Keep in mind that a visa or travel document does not guarantee your entry. The immigration officials have the final say.

Required Documents to Travel to Turkey

Yes, Norway citizens don’t need a visa to enter Turkey. However, they still require some important documents to travel. If you want to enter Turkey without a visa, make sure you have:

  • Health declaration form

  • Valid Norwegian passport

  • COVID-19 vaccination certificate

If you want to stay in the country for more than 90 days, you also need a Turkey visa to enter Turkey.

Health Declaration Form

The most important thing for Norwegian citizens while traveling to Turkey is the health declaration form, also known as the Form of Entry to Turkey. The health declaration form is a part of the new COVID-19 visa requirements. It is introduced to reduce the spread of the virus in the country.

Fortunately, you don’t have to waste your time and visit the Turkey embassy just to get the health declaration form. You can apply for this form online from the comfort of your home. Norway citizens are required to follow the 3 steps below to enter Turkey:

  1. Fill out the health declaration form

  2. Download a copy on your mobile phone

  3. Show the copy to border officials on arrival.

Travel to Turkey

Norway visitors can book a direct flight to enter Turkey. You can fly from Oslo Gardermoen Airport to Antalya and Istanbul over a non-stop flight. Alternatively, there are several non-direct flights from Norway to Turkey as well, including:

  • Kristiansand

  • Trondheim

  • Bergen

  • Stangover

While traveling to Turkey, you need to bring your travel document, residence permit/ identity card. On your arrival, you have to present all the important documents to immigration officials before you enter Turkey. Even if a Norwegian citizen is traveling from other countries, such as EU Schengen Area, you still have to present the travel document to the immigration counter.

Visa Requirements for Norwegians

Norwegian citizens enjoy visa exemption for only 90 days from the first entry date. This visa exemption is only applicable for tourism and business purposes. So, if you want to work or stay in the country for more than 90 days, you are required to get a traditional visa.

Turkey offers two types of visas: electronic visas and traditional ones. As Turkey's e-visa services are for the short-term, Norwegian citizens don’t have to apply for them. Alternatively, you need to get a traditional visa if you're not eligible for visa exemption.

To get your visa, you need to visit the Turkey embassy in Norway. Here, you'll have to fill out a visa application form and submit it with the visa fee payment. Once applicants submit their applications, the average processing frame is around 15 working days.

Turkey Embassy in Norway

If you are a Norway citizen, you don’t have to visit the Turkey embassy before you start your journey unless you want to stay in the country for more than 90 days.

The Turkish embassy in Ohio is the only representative of the Turkish republic in Norway that offers visa services. You might have to make an appointment beforehand!

Turkey Embassy Address:

Halvdan Svartes gate 5

0244 Ohio


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