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21. Posted by mpprh (Full Member 114 posts) 6y

t_maia -

Note that he will be travelling for 49 weeks and with careful planning could split his Schengen time into 2 X 90 days

Peter

22. Posted by t_maia (Travel Guru 3289 posts) 6y

Just so you know, here is the way I would do it:

Fly into Europe in late September or October. Do some travelling around inside the Schengen area in the northern parts of Europe. (Hit Oktoberfest in Munich maybe). Hop over to Egypt in November/December and go north overland to Turkey. Plan on being outside the Schengen Area for 91 days. Reenter the Schengen Area in Greece coming from Turkey. Go from Greece to Italy, France and Spain, then to the UK and then to Russia.

23. Posted by t_maia (Travel Guru 3289 posts) 6y

Quoting mpprh

Note that he will be travelling for 49 weeks and with careful planning could split his Schengen time into 2 X 90 days

That is more or less the point I have been trying to make.

Without a visa you have two options, Adam:

1)Spend 90 days inside the Schengen Area, go away for 91 days, travel around the Schengen area again.

2) Weave in and out of the Schengen Area. This takes some careful planning, but it is doable for an unlimited amount of time. You'll just have to change your plans and visit some European countries that are currently not on your list.

24. Posted by Jackhudson (Inactive 12 posts) 6y

try to avoid to go outside if possible

Italy has foll of snow and some what rain so it may possible that you may not go out side and you may stick in hotel or home where you stay for whole day or lots many days until whether becomes normal.

25. Posted by mpprh (Full Member 114 posts) 6y

Quoting Jackhudson

try to avoid to go outside if possible

Italy has foll of snow and some what rain so it may possible that you may not go out side and you may stick in hotel or home where you stay for whole day or lots many days until whether becomes normal.

North Italy has snow in the alps. Check out Sicily and the South for fairly good weather.

Peter

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