The uniform visa that allows you to travel to each of these countries is based on an agreement, internationally known as the Schengen Agreement. A Schengen Visa permits you to travel freely to each and all of the Schengen countries within the validity of your Schengen visa.
In 2018, 713 million tourists travelled to Europe. This represents around 50% of worldwide travel and tourism.
So where in Europe can you travel on a Schengen visa?
✈ In this video:
Find out the history of the Schengen agreement, including why it’s called Schengen. Learn about 26 European countries part of the Schengen area and some trivia about these countries. Find out about the changes to the Schengen Area and how COVID-19 has affected the Schengen countries. What are the non-European countries that you can travel to with your Schengen visa? What will travelling to the Schengen Zone be like for UK citizens post-Brexit?
Watch our video and find out!
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