In contrast to the Dutch, Germans can go on holiday to Turkey again. The travel warning for the tourist west coast has been lifted, the German authorities announced.
These are the regions of Antalya, Izmir, Aydin and Mugla with all kinds of popular seaside resorts.
The Turkish government had been pushing for a relaxation of the travel rules for some time, German media report.
According to the Ankara government, adequate measures have been taken to prevent coronavirus infection. The Germans are among the largest groups of holidaymakers in the country.
Germany had issued negative travel advice until August 31 for about 160 countries, mostly outside Europe. Turkey is the first exception.
Tourists must complete a mandatory corona test in the last 48 hours before returning from Turkey. They have to pay the costs themselves.