It is the traveler’s responsibility to verify and comply with the passport, visa and travel requirements applicable to your itinerary. You should check the requirements for your own specific circumstances with the corresponding embassies and/or consulates as appropriate. Requirements change so please check the up-to-date requirements in advance of your departure date.
It’s required that passports are valid for at least 6 months from the date of departure.
COVID 19 vaccination recommendations and other vaccines
It is the responsibility of the traveler to verify and comply with the health requirements, proof of testing and vaccination applicable to your itinerary both at the destinations and for, if applicable, countries where you have a connecting flight. You should check the requirements for your own specific circumstances with the embassies and/or corresponding consulates and with your own healthcare provider. Requirements change quickly and you should check the updated guidance well in advance of departure as well as shortly before departure.
What is the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS)?
ETIAS stands for European Travel Information and Authorization System. The European Union has created this programme to protect and strengthen its borders. The main goal of ETIAS for Europe is to identify possible threats or risks associated with visitors travelling to any of the Schengen Area countries.
The ETIAS travel authorization will be needed to enter a Schengen member country by air, land or sea. From November 2023, visitors that do not need a visa to enter Europe will be able to register with ETIAS. ETIAS will become a mandatory entry requirement. The ETIAS for Europe will grant travelers authorization to visit the ETIAS countries that are all members that compose the Schengen zone. The ETIAS visa waiver has been designed for short-term stays of up to 90 days. For more information click here.