Israel issued recommendations for Israelis visiting Istanbul on Thursday, amid threats of an imminent Iranian attack on Israeli targets, including the locking of hotel room doors.
Tourists were also asked to notify family members or friends in Israel of their updated location so that they can be located in the event of a crisis.
Officials said Israelis staying in Turkish hotels should not open their doors to anyone, including room service, hotel maintenance or deliveries, and be aware of suspicious people when they are around. in public spaces.
Tourists should also avoid sites or tours offered on social media and refrain from entering taxis to solicit their business.
On Tuesday, Israel raised the threat level for Istanbul to high, as officials said there were credible threats of immediate attacks.
Officials said there were a number of Iranian terror squads in Istanbul ready to launch attacks, including bombings, kidnappings and killings.