Prepare Before Traveling to Europe

Traveling to Europe

Traveling to Europe is a dream come true for some travelers. I’m obsessed with that dream too. Now that this dream has been partially realized, it’s quite comfortable. During my trip to Europe last New Year’s Eve, I gained a lot of information to know when I visit again. I would also like to share these with my fellow travelers. This information is not unusual for European travelers, but we believe it will be useful for first-time travelers. They travel within the country. They traveled to neighboring Southeast Asian countries. Now that we are touring Asia, we Burmese want to reach out to Europe and America. Here are some things you should know to prepare in advance.

European visa (Traveling to Europe)

We Burmese need to apply for a visa to enter Europe. Apply for Schengen Visa with 26 European countries and apply for Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, You can visit Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Liechtenstein and apply for this Schengen Visa at local embassies. Here is the German Embassy. Applications are usually made at the Italian and French embassies. Other European countries not included in the 26 Schengen visas, such as Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania and the United Kingdom, will need to apply separately at their respective embassies. Here are the things to look for when selecting yours:

  • Passport must be valid for at least 6 months upon return to Myanmar. You must have at least two documents left to apply for a visa.

  • Two recent 2-inch photos with a white background; Copy of household list and translation notebook; (Bring the original too).

  • Copies of registration required. (Bring the original too).

  • Copies of title deeds are required. You can also request the original (Traveling to Europe).

  • You need to have around 100 lakhs in the bank book and ask for a bank statement. Get it from the relevant bank. If you have a book, you have to make a copy of the book. I also had to leave the original book. If not, do not worry. It can view in conjunction with other assets.

  • The owner of the company has to make a copy of the business license (if not already in English, not required); Business card must be attached (Traveling to Europe).

  • As for the employees, they are working with the company Letterhead. So, the employer has given you permission to travel and the date of your return.

  • You have to show that you have booked a flight ticket. The date of departure is important. For the first time, only that day allowed. Otherwise, you may have to reapply. Some embassies charge a ticket.

  • Hotel booking also required.

  • The visa fee is $ 70. If you do not get a visa, you will not be able to get it back.

  • You need to fill out a visa form. You can download the form from their respective embassies on their websites. For example, if you are applying at the German Embassy, ​​you can get it from the German Embassy Myanmar website.

  • So. you must provide a destination. Which country did you start from and which country will you go to? You have to write down which ones will turn. (Who can change only by getting a visa)

  • You have to buy travel insurance. As a result, starting at $ 30. There are service agents.

  • If everything is perfect, you have to make an appointment at the embassy. Only available online. You can choose the time that suits them best. An email will sent confirming your selection.

However, I used to apply at the German embassy. Question and answer with the person in charge of receiving the form as needed. So, if you can not speak English at all, it will not be very easy. One thing to keep in mind.