Regadring the use of "in" and "to"...
I went to Turkey last summer. I was in Antalya during August. There was an earthquake in Turkey in August.
"Have you been to Turkey"? (Grammatically correct)
"Have you been in Turkey"? (Grammatically incorrect)
"Were you in Turkey last summer". (Grammatically correct)
Firstly thanks for all your replies and then sorry for bothering you :)
Yes, i can imagine how bad to be in the Moon :) (I could not decide whether my former sentence is correct or not) It is my fault. I did not explain my question. I just wondered if "I have been to Italy" and "I have been in Italy" are exactly the same for example.