Places To Visit With Your Schengen Visa


Have you ever thought about taking a trip across Europe or planned to visit more than 10 countries across the region in the next three months. It is the world’s smallest continent with a vast cultural heritage, medieval history, national monuments, monasteries, citadels, exotic natural scenery, no borders due to the Schengen act and an organized transportation system.
Well, you’ll need a Schengen visa to travel to these locations as a Nigerian citizen. Travelling across Europe has been made easy by the “Schengen Agreement” established in June 14th 1985. The Schengen agreement allows citizens of its 26 member states to enjoy free movement without any border control, but a more organized control of its external borders. This also applies to non-EU citizens who would therefore require a uniform visa to the region.
A Schengen visa is a travel document that is issued by one of the 22 European Union (EU) member states and 4 European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and European Economic Area (EEA) member states which constitutes the Schengen region. It is valid for a maximum of 90 days in every 180 day period and allows you to visit any of the Schengen states within the validity of the visa within the same trip. Note that the UK and Ireland are not in accordance with this Schengen free movement policy.
This is the full list of countries under the Schengen agreement: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Some of places to visit across Schengen area are
1. La Rambla in Barcelona, Spain
2. Warsaw Market palace, Warsaw, Poland
3. Eisriesenwelt cave, Salzburg, Austria

4. Piazza Vittorio, Rome Italy

5. Prague Castle in Czech
6. Museum island in Berlin

7. Eiffel tower in France

8. Buda Castle, Hungary
Well, you’ll need a Schengen visa to travel to these locations as a Nigerian citizen. Travelling across Europe has been made easy by the “Schengen Agreement” established in June 14th 1985. The Schengen agreement allows citizens of its 26 member states to enjoy free movement without any border control, but a more organized control of its external borders. This also applies to non-EU citizens who would therefore require a uniform visa to the region.
A Schengen visa is a travel document that is issued by one of the 22 European Union (EU) member states and 4 European Free Trade Association (EFTA) and European Economic Area (EEA) member states which constitutes the Schengen region. It is valid for a maximum of 90 days in every 180 day period and allows you to visit any of the Schengen states within the validity of the visa within the same trip. Note that the UK and Ireland are not in accordance with this Schengen free movement policy.
To get a Schengen visa, you will need to meet all the requirements. How to apply for a Schengen Visa will be treated in a separate post soon. Need any advice or consultation, reach us through: call 08038551366, whatsapp 08024217590 or email info@hemoghytravels.com.ng

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