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This month, the Schengen Area is bracing to welcome two additional members: Bulgaria and Romania, two countries that have been part of the European Union since 2007, but up until now, had not been granted access to the border-free zone. With accession set to take place on April 1, travelers are starting to question the …

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Europe is every digital nomad’s go-to destination for sampling culture and country-hopping over a short period of time. A well-connected continent, home to nations that are smaller than medium-size U.S. states, it is easy and convenient to explore, largely thanks to the Schengen Area, a passport-free zone encompassing 27 (soon to be 29) European countries. …

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In recent weeks, mainstream media has reported extensively on the tightening of Europe’s entry rules, more specifically, the looming introduction of the controversial ETIAS, which stands for European Travel Information and Authorization System. It will apply to all foreigners visiting Europe as short-term visitors, including Americans. It may seem like an additional hurdle, but unlike …

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Are you a digital nomad dreaming of a move to Europe, but you’re not entirely sure how long you can stay in the continent without a DNV (Digital Nomad Visa)? We love that more and more countries are offering DNVs, but we also know they’re not necessarily easy to apply for, and the process can …

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After officially entering the European Union in 2013, Croatia will be joining the Schengen Zone and adopting the Euro in January 2023. Croatia has grown swiftly in the past decade as a top tourist destination in Europe, attracting visitors with its stunning coastline, picture-perfect towns like Dubrovnik, and lush national parks. The country is known …

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Two popular destinations in Europe will change entry rules for American travelers in a way that’s unrelated to the recent health crisis. In the near future, it is likely they will ascend to the Schengen Area, a pan-European treaty that promotes the movement of people and goods and abolishes checks between signatory countries. U.S. passport …

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Amid preparations for the launch of its new ETIAS travel permit, set to come into effect next year, the European Union (EU) has issued a warning for Americans about fake websites claiming to participate in the application process or even encouraging travelers to submit their personal information and credit card details. The ETIAS will apply …

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Europe may have fully reopened after nearly three years of strict health screenings pertaining to the pandemic, but this does not mean it is getting lax about immigration or easing border rules. Beginning next year, the continent is enacting enact three big changes affecting American visitors directly, as well as other non-Europeans. A majority of …

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Europe is tightening security and clamping down hard on immigration. Besides the roll-out of a new travel authorization scheme, set to be implemented next year and making visits to the continent more bureaucratic, Brussels will soon start requiring foreigners to register fingerprints and be photographed when visiting. This includes Americans. For years, the European Union …

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Here we go again. More than six years since it unveiled its plan to launch a U.S.-style Travel Authorization scheme, which many now deem a ‘tourist fee’, Europe has decided to push back the date – once again – on top of multiple previous postponements dating back to 2020. Instead of early 2023, the so-called …

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Shortly after Amsterdam and London’s airports announced they would add a capacity cap in order to help air traffic operators cope with the surging travel demand, Germany’s busiest airport has announced it will be joining them in limiting daily flights. If you’re due to fly via Frankfurt International in the coming weeks, we advise you …

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In recent weeks, we’ve seen a huge furor on the internet after Europe announced tourists will be charged an entry fee from 2023. Millions of U.S. citizens, who had been allowed to travel to the continent for years requirement-free, were not exactly thrilled at the prospect… Except they should be. On this article, we will …

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