Schengen Visa

European Travel Visa Information Pages

It is the responsibility of the traveler to determine what is needed for obtaining a travel visa. Visas are issued through embassies and consulate offices throughout the U.S. The information provided to you by 1-800 Fly Europe should be used for guidance purposes only and is subject to change without notice.

If your itinerary includes a connection in a country other than your final destination, or if you have a one way flight, a transit visa may be required.

As every country has their own rules, fees, length of stay requirements, etc. please verify you have the correct information for your travel to avoid future hassle. Depending on your travel purpose, there are different types of visas to apply for including business, study, transit and tourism.

The Schengen Agreement is a treaty signed in 1985 which removed border controls between the Schengen Countries, thus allowing free movement of persons between the member countries. Currently there are 25 countries which participate in this agreement.

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