What is a Schengen Visa? Which countries come under the area?


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  1. Sukumari Patil

    A Schengen visa is intended for short and temporary visits or transit through the Schengen area, with a maximum duration of 90 days within any 180 days. A visa granted by one Schengen state allows for travel within any other state. However, it is necessary to apply for a visa from the country that is your primary destination.
     The Schengen Area is a group of 26 European countries that removed border control at mutual borders and introduced a standard visa policy.
     Austria, Liechtenstein, Belgium, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Luxembourg, Denmark, Malta, Estonia, The Netherlands, Finland, Norway, France, Poland, Germany, Portugal, Greece, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Iceland, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Latvia and Switzerland. 

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