ETIAS Europe News

The new ETIAS system is expected to be launched at the end of 2022 for all visa-free non-EU citizens. Here you will find the latest and most important information about the ETIAS visa waiver for Europe. We will share valuable details about how to travel within the Schengen Zone with your Canadian passport and make the most of your journey with your ETIAS travel authorization.

Canadians planning a trip to Europe from 2022 need to be prepared for the launch of the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS). Whilst Canadian citizens will continue to enjoy visa-free privileges, they will also need to apply for ETIAS, the new visa waiver for Europe. Once the grace period for ETIAS concludes, it […]

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Millions of Canadian tourists cross the Atlantic each year to explore Europe. France, Italy, and Spain repeatedly appear on the list of top countries visited by Canadians, but which are the best cities for Canadian sightseers? The answer to this question depends on what the individual is searching for. Whilst some European cities stand out […]

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With relatively short distances between countries and cities, Europe offers the chance to experience the culture and lifestyle of several nations on one trip. Sightseers can spend the day visiting the emblematic monuments of France and just a few hours later be relaxing on a Spanish beach. In fact, millions of tourists cross the pond […]

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The European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) is an upcoming requirement for Canadians to visit any and all of the 26 countries within the Schengen Area. However, Europe is home to a number of microstates that are closely connected to the European Union (EU) and Schengen Zone without being official members. This has left […]

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Canadian tourists in Europe will soon benefit from the added safety and security of ETIAS. The new scheme, to be launched towards the end of 2022, will become mandatory for all travelers from current visa-waiver countries. Until now, Canadians have enjoyed trips to 26 European Schengen Area countries using just their passport. Although this has […]

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