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Where can I travel with my Schengen visa?

Murad Asgerzade Murad Asgerzade 08 September 2020
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Schengen area includes countries with most of the famous tourism territories, tourist attractions and the largest number of tourists in the world. For that reason, a Schengen visa seems so valuable for travellers. Are you wondering where can I travel with Schengen visa? Well, besides Schengen visa countries, different non- Schengen visa countries from all over the world are also eligible to travel with just one Schengen visa. You can check the list of these countries below. The following non-Schengen countries allow all nationalities to enter and stay in their territories with a valid Schengen visa.

Europe

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1. Albania

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used Schengen visa

- Granted days: 90 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: You need a Schengen multiple-entry visa that previously used to enter to Schengen area at least once. The cumulative length of consecutive stays in each 180 days period shall not exceed 90 days;

2. Georgia

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused Schengen visa

- Granted days: 90 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: The cumulative length of consecutive stays in each 180 days period shall not exceed 90 days; Your visa must be valid on the day of arrival to Georgia.

3. Montenegro

- Visa information: Single or Multiple-entry, used or unused Schengen visa

- Granted days: 30 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: Your Schengen visa must be valid for all the duration you desire to stay in Montenegro.

4. North Macedonia

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused Schengen visa

- Granted days: 15 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: Schengen visa must be valid for at least 5 days after the period of stay intended; The cumulative length of consecutive stays in each 6 months period shall not exceed 15 days.

5. Serbia

- Visa information: Single or Multiple-entry, used or unused Schengen visa

- Granted days: 90 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: The cumulative length of consecutive stays in each 180 days period shall not exceed 90 days; Your visa must be valid for all the duration you intend to stay in Serbia.

6. Bosnia and Herzegovina

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used Schengen visa

- Granted days: 15 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: The cumulative length of consecutive stays in each 180 days period shall not exceed 15 days; Your visa must be valid for all the duration you intend to stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

7. Bulgaria

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used Schengen visa

- Granted days: 90 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: The cumulative length of consecutive stays in each 180 days period shall not exceed 90 days.

8. Croatia

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used Schengen visa

- Granted days: 90 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: The cumulative length of consecutive stays in each 180 days period shall not exceed 90 days. Your visa must be valid for the next 90 days from your arrival date to Croatia.

9. Cyprus

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used Schengen visa

- Granted days: 90 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: The cumulative length of consecutive stays in each 180 days period shall not exceed 90 days. The permit is available for all nationalities except Azerbaijan and Turkey.

10. Kosovo

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused Schengen visa

- Granted days: 15 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: The cumulative length of consecutive stays in each 180 days period shall not exceed 15 days.

11. Romania

- Visa information: Double or Multiple-entry used Schengen visa

- Granted days: 90 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: The cumulative length of consecutive stays in each 180 days period shall not exceed 90 days. Your visa must be used for entering to Schengen area previously.

Middle East

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12. Qatar

- Visa information: Single or Multiple-entry used or unused Schengen visa

- Granted days: 30 days in any 180 days period

- Entry rules: Visa is not exempt for arrivals, but they are required to apply for eTA and then get a visa on arrival at Qatar’s international airports; ETA is free, valid for 30 days, only single-entry for all the nationalities; Your Schengen visa must be valid for at least 30 days from the day of arrival.

13. Saudi Arabia

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used Schengen visa

- Granted days: 180 days

- Entry rules: Visa is not exempt for arrivals, but they are required to apply for a visa on arrival and then get the visa at Saudi Arabia’s international airports; Visa on arrival charges 440 SAR, valid for 1 year, and multiple-entry for all the nationalities; You need a multiple-entry Schengen visa that previously used to enter Schengen at least once.

North America

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14. Mexico

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused Schengen visa

- Granted days: 180 days

- Entry rules: You need a multiple-entry Schengen visa valid for all the duration of your intended stay in Mexico.

Central America

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15. Antigua and Barbuda

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused Schengen visa

- Granted days: 30 days

- Entry rules: You need a multiple-entry Schengen visa with a validity of 6 months or more; Visa is not exempt for arrivals, but they are required to apply for a visa on arrival and then get the visa at international airports; Visa on arrival charges 100 USD, valid for 1 month, and single-entry for all the nationalities;

16. Aruba

- Visa information: Multiple-entry used or unused Schengen visa

- Granted days: 30 days

- Entry rules: You need a Schengen multiple-entry visa with a validity of 6 months or more.

As an addition to these listed countries, some nationalities can also travel to countries like Turkey, Jamaica, Ireland, Oman, United Arab Emirates, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan, and so on. One Schengen visa can guide you to all the world beyond your imagination!

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