The cost of gasoline in Turkey is growing at a double rate for Russians due to inflation in the country and the depreciation of the ruble. A Russian tourist was so shocked by the difference compared to previous years that he could not help but share the information in his Zen channel.
Today, gasoline in Istanbul costs 21.35 liras per liter, which is about 88 rubles. More recently, in the fall of 2022, one liter cost 19.5 liras, or 62.4 rubles at the exchange rate at that time. Accordingly, in just six months, the cost increased by more than a third.
It is interesting that in the fall of 2021, gasoline was sold at 8 liras per liter, and at that time it was even more expensive in rubles than in 2022 – 64 ruble. The Russian tourist concludes that it was the fall of 2022 that was the perfect time to relax in Turkey due to the strengthening currency. Now that the ruble is falling again, the outlook is getting bleaker.
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