Travel to Europe

Europe is a wonderful region to visit with cultural diversity and history.

Here you will discover Europe’s most remarkable cities, hidden gems, nature reserves. You will also learn about the EU’s policies and regulations.

The President of Serbia, Aleksandar Vucic, and Edi Rama, the Prime Minister of Albania, have signed an online deal to allow freedom of movement between the 2 countries. The deal will allow citizens of both countries to cross borders using only their national ID cards, eliminating the need to present a valid passport at the […]

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Following French President Emmanuel’s call for a “refoundation” of the Schengen Agreement for freedom of movement, chief spokesman for the European Commission Eric Mamer has confirmed that the EU is planning to overhaul Shengen Area borders to enforce new security controls for Europe. After Macron pledged to double police and military presence at France’s borders […]

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The role of the European Border and Coast Guard Agency, also known as Frontex, is to help Schengen Area nations and EU member states manage their external borders. Frontex shares intelligence with European countries as well as non-EU states affected by migration, with the aim of preventing illegal activity across frontiers. The agency, which is […]

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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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The European Travel Information and Authorisation 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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