It is important to check customs allowances before beginning your travel. Each country has its own allowances and regulations, so be sure about what you can buy and carry before feeling the happiness of shopping. You can get up-to-date information about custom allowances of countries from the IATA’s website.
Tobacco products (for travelers over 18 years of age): 200 cigarettes and 50 cigars and 200 grams of tobacco and, 200 cigarette papers or 200 grams pipe tobacco or 200 grams chewing tobacco or 200 grams tobacco for nargileh or 50 grams snuff. In addition to the above allowances, it is also possible to purchase 200 cigarettes, 100 cigars and 500 grams pipe tobacco in the Turkish Duty Free shops upon arrival;
Alcoholic beverages (for travelers over 18 years of age): 1 liter over 22% volume or 2 liters under 22% volume.
Max. 120 milliliter of perfume or eau-de-cologne.
1,5 kilogram of (instant) coffee and 500 grams of tea.
1 kilogram of chocolates and 1 kilograms of snacks (candies)
Gifts up to the value of EUR 430.- (EUR 150.- for those aged under 15)
Jewelry, articles made of precious stones or metals and other personal effects: up to a max. of USD 15,000.- or equivalent. Jewelry exceeding USD 15,000.- must be declared on arrival
Medications for personal use.
Two kilograms/3 cartons of local tobacco products, 5 kilograms of alcoholic beverages/12 bottles of Raki/local drinks and foodstuffs up to a total value of TRY 100.-, each commodity not to exceed 5 kgs
Gift articles up to a value of TRY 5,000.-. If more is exported, proof is required that foreign currency has been exchanged to the amount in excess of TRY 5,000
Jewelry exceeding a value of USD 15,000.- must have been declared on arrival or accompanied by a proof of purchase in Turkey with legally exchanged currency.