Where Can I Go With a Schengen Visa?
Where Can I Go With a Schengen Visa
The European Union (EU) is comprised of 27 member countries who signed an agreement to eliminate internal borders and standardize entry requirements, creating the Schengen Area without border controls or formalities for travel. You are free to visit it without worry!
As you travel across Europe with a Schengen visa, there are a few key considerations you should keep in mind, including: (The first three of which allow travel of up to 90 days within any 90 day period – so traveling within these states without needing one is possible.
If your stay will exceed 90 days, a long-stay visa or residence permit may be necessary to allow you to remain in the country up to three months at a time.
Accessing Your Schengen Visa
Applying for a Schengen visa can be challenging for migrants, so the best approach would be to apply in your home country and attend an application appointment at a consulate.
Make sure that you have valid travel insurance with coverage of EUR30,000 which includes repatriation in case of death, which many do not comply with and which can lead to visa applications being denied.