Entry Requirements / Visa
Entry requirements for Turkey
As a German tourist, you can stay in Turkey for up to three months without a visa. (Within a period of 180 days, you may visit several times as long as the cumulative total of your stay does not exceed 90 days.) A valid passport or identity card is required to enter Turkey. As of 26 June 2012, parents travelling with children must ensure that children have their own travel documentation. Children can no longer be registered and travel on their parents’ passports. This regulation applies from birth, regardless of the child’s age.
Entry requirements for Germany
Citizens from all non-EU countries require a visa to enter Germany; this also includes Turkey, Egypt and Morocco.
Entry requirements for Egypt
Detailed information on entry requirements for Egypt can be obtained from the Foreign Office at:
On connecting flights to Egypt, (to Hurghada via Luxor/from Luxor via Hurghada) the maximum duration of stay is limited to 90 days and ticket sales from Egypt are not permitted. Direct flights are excluded from this regulation.
Entry requirements for Morocco
Detailed information on entry requirements for Morocco can be obtained from the Foreign Office at:
Entry requirements for Iraq
Detailed information on entry requirements for Iraq can be obtained from the Foreign Office at:
Passengers must ensure that all applicable rules and regulations (e.g. passport, visa, customs and health requirements) are observed. We assume no responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided. Please note that any costs or disadvantages arising from incomplete travel documents are the sole responsibility of the passenger.
Up-to-date information on travel safety for destinations around the world and the respective entry requirements for German/European citizens can be found on the list of countries provided by the Foreign Office: