British citizens visiting Turkey for vacation or business purposes are not required to get a visa for stays of up to 90. Suppose you want to stay in Turkey for more than 90 days. For this, you need to apply for a residence permit before the 90-day period expires or apply for a longer-stay visa before you go — further information on residence permits is available here. To import your items or automobile, you will require a residency permit; for details, you can contact the Turkish Consulate General in London.
Healthcare in Turkey
There are no reciprocal healthcare agreements between Turkey and the United Kingdom. Before entering the nation, you should get comprehensive travel and medical insurance. EHICs (European Health Insurance Cards) are not accepted in Turkey. You should also ensure that you have health insurance coverage for UK treatment. Otherwise, you will be charged by the NHS for any care you get in the UK.
Invest in Turkey
Turkey is regarded as a secure and highly valued business environment on a global scale. International entrepreneurs benefit from a plethora of business prospects in IT, textile, manufacturing, food & beverages, and the thriving tourist industry. Furthermore, having the backing of professional and bilingual staff in Turkey is advantageous to international entrepreneurs trying to establish a firm in this country. The simplicity of doing business in Turkey is highly valued, allowing international investors to enter the market quickly without the need for cumbersome company formation procedures.
Housing and Living
Those who have lived in Turkey may verify that living in Turkey is inexpensive for ex-pats from the United Kingdom. Except in a few places, the cost of living and housing is low compared to their home nations. Despite geographical disparities in the cost of living, the average expenditures for transportation, rent, daily expenses, and goods are cheaper than in the UK. Furthermore, the accommodation price is fair, with options ranging from apartment flats to villas. As a result, you may opt not to return to the UK, as many ex-pats do in Turkey.