International Travel to EU Reopens
On July 1, 2020 the European Union reopened travel to its member nations by allowing arrivals from Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Serbia, S Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay. The United States did not make the list. If you are planning to travel to the EU, make sure you also review your own country’s polices for restrictions on traveling abroad.
Visit Europe – Pick a Country
Visit Europe – Introduction
Europe is a popular tourist destination for North Americans and Europeans. The establishment of the European Economic Union and the Schengen Zone have made it very easy to Visit Europe and move freely about the continent. There are 26 European countries in the Schengen Zone and there is no passport control when crossing borders between these countries. Croatia is not a member of the Schengen zone, but applies a similar visa policy. The United Kingdom, Ireland and Russia are not members of the Schengen Zone and apply their own regulations. There are 18 members of the Schengen Zone that also use the Euro as their currency.
Visit Europe – Rail Travel
Use rail travel to Visit Europe. For exact schedules, the ultimate source is the German site www.bahn.de. It provides necessary information to visit Europe and is provided in multiple languages.
Electrical Adapters for Europe
The Europlug Type C electrical adapter and the UK Type G, are all you need for your electronics when you travel through Europe. The UK Type G is used in Cyprus, Gibraltar, Malta, Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom.