10 Amazing Schengen Visa Countries to Visit for You…
What is a Schengen Visa?
A Travel Document issued by the relevant authorities to travel/visit to and within the Schengen Area. It is a multi-country visa. A single visa document that allows you to travel to more than one country of the Schengen Area. Schengen area comprises of 26 countries that include Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Liechtenstein. Schengen area covers the majority of European countries, except for the United Kingdom and countries such as Bulgaria, Romania, Cyprus, Croatia, and Ireland are soon to be part of the agreement. However, countries like Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, and Lichtenstein are not part of the European Union but are part of the Schengen area and allow visitors/ travellers into their country on a Schengen Visa.
See you now know what is a Schengen Visa and how to get one. Now you need to know which places to visit in this Schengen Area. We have compiled a list of 10 places that are breathtakingly beautiful yet very unknown outside of these countries.
Schengen Visa Fees for Indian Passport holders in Indian Rupees and in EUR
* The applicable visa fee in Indian Rupees is as per the current exchange rate. It is subject to change without notice.
10 places to visit in Europe on Your Schengen Visa
This Schengen Visa Countries list includes very unfamiliar places. They are not very famous but are rich in Europe’s history, architecture and its culture. Schengen Visa Places that you must visit in your lifetime:
10. Roskilde, Denmark
9. Turku, Finland
8. Tampere, Finland
7. Aalborg, Denmark
1. Alesund, Norway
Ålesund is an architectural wonder. It is a port town on the west coast of Norway, at the entrance to the Geirangerfjord. Alesund is very famous for the art nouveau architectural style. The architectural style was a result of a catastrophe. The whole town was lost to fire in 1904 but was rebuilt later and this unfortunate incident is documented at the Jugendstilsenteret museum. Visit Mount Aksla and from its observation point, you can see the panoramic views of Ålesund’s architecture, the surrounding archipelago, and fjords.
So for your next European adventure, why not trod the untrodden path? Just travel to these places and you will realize that Europe or its culture and history is not just about Paris, Amsterdam or Venice but ancient Europe and its culture lie in it’s smaller relatively unknown towns and cities.