Documents required to travel to greece
What are the requirements to travel to Greece now? Do I need a PCR or is the vaccination certificate enough? It is normal that you ask yourself these questions, since we are in a time of many changes. Fortunately, the Hellenic country is one of the destinations where you can travel now. At IATI Insurance, as lovers of Greece, we are going to tell you everything you need to know so that you can plan your adventure and discover beautiful landscapes and corners with centuries of history.
It is expected that from May 1, 2022, all these restrictions will disappear. The use of face masks indoors will only be mandatory in certain limited cases. Greece wants to boost tourism at all costs this summer, so if you decide to visit, you will find an almost normal climate.
As we told you in Is it safe to travel to Greece, you should always drive with caution, but we advise you to be much more cautious in Greece. Forced overtaking is not uncommon and many drivers expect you to pull straight onto the shoulder so that they can overtake you. In addition, most of the roads are not in good condition.
Greece is a member country of the European Union and a party to the Schengen Treaty. These two capacities determine the visa requirements for foreign nationals wishing to visit Greece.
4. Canadian citizens, those traveling with a valid Canadian passport, do not need a visa to visit Greece. They may enter the country and stay for up to three months. The passport must be valid for at least three months from the date of their intended departure from the country.
5. Citizens of other countries should contact the Greek consular authorities in Canada and ask whether or not they need a visa. Please contact the Greek consulates well in advance of your scheduled visit to (or transit through) Greece.
Argentines traveling to Greece
Leopolis (Ukraine), Aug 10 (EFE) – Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmytro Kuleba on Wednesday called on the countries of the European Union (EU) and the G7 club of industrialized nations to stop issuing visas to Russian citizens.
Kuleba’s statements come after the governments of Estonia and Finland urged EU states to stop issuing tourist visas allowing Russian citizens to travel to the Schengen area.
“It is not right that while Russia wages a brutal war of aggression in Europe, Russians can lead a normal life, travel in Europe, be tourists,” Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin said this week.
She stressed that a joint decision is necessary in this regard as Russian citizens can cross the borders of Finland with a visa issued by any state of the Schengen area, which in addition to 22 European countries includes Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Requirements for Venezuelan citizens to travel to Greece
Could the European Union ban Schengen visas for Russian citizens? While this is increasingly called for in the EU, thousands of Russian tourists use Finland as a transit country to the West.
In Russia, vacations are considered a status symbol. Countries such as Thailand, Cuba and Turkey are very popular, and now face a dilemma: Russians are staying away because of the war in Ukraine.
For weeks now, voices have been growing in the European Union demanding a suspension of visa issuance for tourists from Russia. These are the EU countries that have already taken a clear position on this issue.