Tourism in Europe

Among the many questions that arise surrounding the UK’s exit from the EU is how Brexit could impact Europe’s Tourist industry. The departure of the UK from the EU and the possible changes to free movement this could bring may lead to a temporary or permanent fall in tourist numbers. It is also likely to […]

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More than 30,000 commercial flights either leave from or arrive at a European Airport on a typical day, and around 671 million tourists from outside of Europe visit the continent every year. Accordingly, all of the main cities in Europe are equipped with a fully functional international airport which acts as the principal arrivals hub […]

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At the moment, citizens of around 60 countries are able to visit the European Union and the 26 Schengen Area countries visa-free. However, from 2021, all visa waiver passport holders will first be required to register with ETIAS (European Travel Information and Authorization System) before traveling to the Schengen Area. Eligible citizens will be able […]

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The new ETIAS waiver program (European Travel Information and Authorization System) is expected to come into effect by the end of 2021. From that moment on, nationals of 60 different countries will have to fill out an online application and will be able to obtain their ETIAS visa waiver without having to visit a single […]

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The Schengen Area is composed of 22 EU member states and four non-EU states of Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Iceland, and Norway. The most visited Schengen countries are Germany, Italy, Spain, and France, which is also the most popular tourist destination in the world. In order to travel to Europe and discover its most popular attractions, eligible […]

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