The tourism sector has a delicate balance that is affected by its era. Political, economic, sociological problems and events affect the course of tourism, and when necessary, they can stop tourism movements. Epidemics affect tourism negatively. Covid-19 has a very different feature in terms of its effects on world tourism. In this context, the study examines the effects of Covid-19 on world and Turkish tourism. Within the scope of the study, related literature was reviewed, the effects of Covid-19 on world and Turkey tourism were examined with a qualitative approach. As a result, it can be expressed that travel restrictions caused by Covid-19 for Turkey brought tourism to a halt. However, with the arrangements carried out afterwards, there was a partial relief and an increase in the number of tourists. In parallel with the changing world order after Covid-19, some strategies and suggestions were presented.


Tourism, Türkiye tourism, COVID-19, Change-transformation in tourism, Pandemic



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