My partner (on Australian passport) and I (on British passport) are looking into travelling Europe in May for as long as six months.
We will be leavingfrom Australia.
We are both open minded so we havent got much of a plan together yet but thought id try asking fellow travellers who have done the same or similiar adventures for some advice.
Where will we need visas for?
How long can we stay in certain countries?
Top locations we cannot and must not miss?
How much will we need?
We have two lucky stars - my partner speaks Greek (so Greece is a must with my own translator!!!) and if we get stuck for money along the way I can work in certain countries without too much hassle.
We are also wanting to find out more about places that are not considered as main tourist attractions may it be a special village you travelled through or have heard about, a little town with gorgeous food or a city suburb you came across with beautiful architecture.
Look forward to hearing from you (",)
[ Edit: Edited on 03-Jan-2014, at 03:34 by stealingtime ]
"... Where will we need visas for? How long can we stay in certain countries?..."
It's really easy to Google this yourself. The Embassies of the countries you're planning to visit will lay out the latest accurate Visa information. It's really simple, especially the ones that are parties to the Schengen Convention.
Have fun and good luck with your research.
its really needed that before traveling we needed to know about many points related to travel in other countrites like
Where will we need visas for?
and How long can we stay in certain countries?
in that case google is very useful for you and I also suggest you before traveling you needed to create a plan about which Top locations we are not went on travel and must not miss? and
thanks for posting
Firstly know where you need to travel then search for that particular country since every country has their own rules and regulations and for staying in a particular country you get visa of three months wherein then you can go for an employment visa if at all you are interested in working. Find out your own comfort zone from Google which would answer all your questions about travelling.
These two site might be helpful
This one is Wikipedia so it is not a real authority but will give the UK passport holder an idea.
Visa requirements for British citizens
This is UK GOVERNMENT and even they say to go to thr visa section of the embassy of the country you are going to.
Foreign travel advice
I am lucky to live in a city that has a lot of foreign embassys so I can go visit them by bus
Visa services are also good but are expensive.
Best of luck.
You will be needing your ID proofs for applying visa for any country, but for that you will have to decide first where you want to go and also get all the documents translated to the language of the country where you are thinking to go. Without the translated document your visa application may get rejected.
If it's in English nothing much to think though! Unless that there could be some ups and downs you meant face based on the document type.