More and more people around the world are moving to Turkey to start a new life, to work, or even to seek peace of mind after retirement. Turkey has grown rapidly over the past 14 years, with surprising growth rates in some areas.

Turkey is an excellent place for emigrants and their families because of its unique geographical location, rich and varied history, and because Turkey is the cradle of many civilizations.

Many of Turkey's new residents come from the United Kingdom, Germany, Ireland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Belgium, France, the United States and some Gulf States/regions. Because the amendments to the Turkey Real Estate Law have raised the principle of reciprocity, foreign buyers and investors are now free to purchase any real estate in Turkey.

When looking for a home in Turkey, there are many options ranging from apartments in the center of the city to villas in the suburbs.Major metropolitan areas have the most modern and complete environment in which people can enjoy the luxury life of the city. The luxury residential complex provides residents with all the conveniences of daily use, such as private bodyguards, kindergartens, stadiums, public facilities, car parks and shopping malls.

Foreigners wishing to work or live in Turkey need to submit the necessary documents to the Turkish authorities for employment or residence permit. The methods and principles relating to the issue of employment cards to foreigners working in Turkey vary according to relevant industries, such as education, home administration, medical services, tourism, aviation, entertainment and other industries, and foreign direct investment, specialization, etc. Foreign direct investment, professional services and liaison offices. At the same time, issuing residency certificates to foreigners is based mainly on the state of real estate ownership or the intention of running a business or establishing a business connection in Turkey.

Turkey's transportation system takes full advantage of its highly developed infrastructure. Turkey has more than 50 airfields, and in most cases, it takes less than an hour to fly from one city to another. The extensive dual-lane carriageway and highway network make it extremely convenient for you to drive from home to any major city. Meanwhile, the high-speed train network has developed rapidly over the past decade, and Turkey's 14 major cities are expected to connect to the high-speed train lines by 2023, the centenary of the Republic of Turkey.

Over the past decade, important reforms have been made to Turkey's education system. Most notably, the current 12-year compulsory education and the number of schools and other educational institutions has increased significantly. In addition to public schools, many private and fund maintenance schools also provide education services. Moreover, international schools for elementary school students with only foreign passports are now available in Turkey. Many of these schools is taught in European languages such as English, German, French, and Italian, and other educational institutions offer teaching in Russian, Japanese, and Chinese.

Turkey's medical system operates three main types of hospitals: public hospitals, university affiliated hospitals, and private hospitals. In addition, social and health care is generally state-controlled, and, of course, private health insurance is possible. Most hospitals in Turkey, both public and private, meet or exceed international standards in terms of equipment quality and professional standards.

Cultural activities that can be participated in Turkey are limited only to individual interests and abilities. There are unlimited possibilities for art, hobbies, entertainment, or other leisure activities. In all major cities, you can find movies, plays, concerts, ballet, operas, and other cultural activities waiting for participants or audiences. Local festivals and more traditional forms of rest Leisure activities are also gaining in popularity.

Turkey's rich geography and suitable terrain make it ideal for extreme sports such as mountaineering, golf, diving, rafting, skiing and sailing. Of course, traditional sports, such as soccer, basketball, and volleyball, have many players and supporters nationwide.

Located in the eastern Mediterranean region and surrounded on three sides by temperate seas, the climate of Turkey is subject to extreme weather changes in the same region or province. In this way, it is also possible to go skiing in mountain resorts after enjoying beach sunbathing on the same day.

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