Honeymoons in Turkey

With a warm climate and breathe taking sceneries, Turkey makes the ideal honeymoon destination. You can take the opportunity to go on a romantic cruise together and sample some of the amazing food that Turkey has to offer. If you want a honeymoon that’s all about romance then Turkey could be perfect for you.

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Turkey Overview

If you want to take your honeymoon in a country that is full of history and beautiful architecture then Turkey makes an ideal destination. Having been the battle ground to many historic battles, Turkey is dotted with ancient remains of palaces and amazing castles, just waiting to be explored. During your honeymoon in Turkey you can take a romantic cruise around the Mediterranean coastline, taking in the stunning views across the turquoise seas. If you are feeling adventurous then you can go diving in the amazing waters, or if you would prefer to stay on-shore then why not take on a mountain hike. Visit Turkey’s capital of Istanbul, with a mixture of historic buildings and vibrant new art galleries, it’s an amazing city to explore together on your honeymoon.

Key Facts for Turkey

Currency: Turkish Lira

Capital: Ankara

Language: Turkish

Flight time: 5 hours from London

When to Honeymoon in Turkey

Turkey has a varied climate, the coast experiences moderate winter temperatures and hot, humid summers, and the inland areas have extremely cold winters and excessively hot summers. In its warmest months, temperatures can exceed 45°C. The best times of year to visit are April to May and September to October as this is when temperatures are at their most comfortable.

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Getting Married in Turkey

Turkey, situated in western Asia is a wonderful country if you are looking to get married abroad. Bordered by 8 countries as well as the Black, Aegean and Mediterranean Seas Turkey is full of culture and is easy to get to from the UK.  Getting married in Turkey will give you the opportunity to travel and explore the rest of Europe during your honeymoon.  The country of Turkey is full of history so getting married there will certainly provide you with some fantastic wedding photography and an interesting experience;  Not to mention the miles of beautiful beaches that run along the coast of Turkey.  Getting married in Turkey will be a pure delight.

Marriage Requirements

Turkey

All documentation must be original or certified copies, and your Certificate of No Impediment must not be older than 6 months.
Certificate of No Impediment, not issued more than three months prior to the wedding day.

Full ten year passport with minimum validity of six months.

Full Birth Certificate.

Passport

8 passport sized recent colour photographs.

If you are divorced - a Decree Absolute

If you have changed your name - Deed Poll

If you are adopted - Adoption Certificate.

If you are under 18 - letter of consent from a parent or guardian.

For further information on getting married in Turkey check out –
http://www.weddings-abroad-guide.com/legal-requirements-for-getting-married-in-turkey.html

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Vicki & Iain Turkey on 16 Apr 2012

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