Schengen is the EU passport-free zone that encompasses the majority of European nations. It is the world’s largest free travel zone.
A Schengen visa is a short-stay visa that permits a person to travel to any member of the Schengen Area for tourist or business for up to 90 days.
The Schengen visa is the most often used visa in Europe. It allows the bearer to enter, freely travel within, and exit the Schengen zone from any Schengen member country. Within the Schengen Zone, there are no border restrictions.
Before travelling to Europe, you must get a visa. If you are a non-EU/Schengen country national, you must provide numerous papers at the Schengen port of entry, regardless of whether you are visa-exempt or not.
The following documents are required for entry into the Schengen Area:
Passport must be valid: Issued within the last ten years and valid for at least three months after the date you want to leave the EU.
Visa for the Schengen Area: If you are a national of one of the third-country countries that requires a visa.
EU/Schengen border officers may further request additional information and documentation, such as adequate finances, proof of lodging, length of stay, round-trip plane ticket, purpose of entrance, travel insurance, invitation letter, and so on.
When you enter the Schengen region, please ensure that the border official stamps your passport with an entrance stamp. You might be penalised or detained if you don’t have a stamp.
27 Schengen Countries You Can Visit
- Czech Republic
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