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    As with all visa requirements and processes, this will really depend on your passport. Aussies and Americans can usually enter for tourism purposes for up to 3 months without a visa, but check your government's website to confirm. For other countries it could be different but usually you can find this info on any official govt. site. about 2 years ago

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    If you're a US citizen, google "Schengen Agreement" if you haven't already already -- very important to understand why you want to keep your stay to under 90 days (don't need a Visa for stays under 90 days)!. Just went through the process trying to get a tourist Visa for France (the country recommended by Rick Steves) -- my strong advice -- if you can, pick another country to get a Visa from unless you're in the DC area and can deal with the French Embassy directly -- the LA Consulate is a PIA and heard negative things about Florida. It's an extremely complicated process unless you're a student, going on a work assignment or a missionary. If you really want/need a Visa, post again and I'd be happy to give you some insight. I'm in Europe right now and plan on traveling here for the next nine months. It was worth the hassle but getting here wasn't easy. about 2 years ago

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