Visa Information

Visa Information:

A visa may be required for many foreign nationals to visit Spain. Travellers can enter Spain with a Schengen Visa because it is an EU Member State and a member of the Schengen Area.

What is Schengen?

The majority of the nations in Europe are a part of the EU's passport-free Schengen Zone. The largest free-travel area on the planet exists there.

A Schengen visa: What is it?

Travellers can enter any Schengen Area member nation and stay there for up to 90 days for either business or pleasure with a Schengen visa.

The most frequently obtained visa for Europe is the Schengen visa. It allows the holder to enter and leave any Schengen member state without any restrictions. Within the Schengen Area, there are no border controls.

You must apply for a national visa of that European nation rather than a Schengen visa if you intend to study, work, or reside in one of the Schengen countries for a period of time longer than 90 days.

Who Needs a Visa to Enter Europe?

Prior to traveling to Europe, all citizens of third countries that have not yet reached a visa liberalization agreement with Schengen member states must obtain a visa.

If you intend to visit one of the Schengen member countries, you should find out if you require a Schengen visa.

Additional information available at the website of Schengen VISA information

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