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I can't speak for Finnish Schengen visa but I did the same when I was working in Germany. I was granted a working visa which was Type 'D' where I was allowed to travel within Schengen countries. I finished my employment earlier than I thought so I went back to the UK. I decided to go back to Berlin again for leisure with the same visa. I was allowed in ...


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I fear you may be drastically underestimating how long this drive is, so it is possible this QA is not of much help to you. It will take you, at the minimum, four overnight stops in hotels. Normally it will take "a week" for a drive like this. (Say, seven or eight days.) (Note too that it will cost about 1000- in fuel and motoring costs, and say 1000-2000 ...


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Google maps (from "Portugal" to "Finland", not very specific, but we don't have any details) has three suggestions that they all claim tke 47 hours (if you're now slowed by traffic). For a drive that long I don't think "as fast as possible" makes sense, you'll have several layovers, and in determining the length of each section you will probably have ...


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I took a look at google maps and used Porto to Helsinki, which are 45 hours of driving apart, plus delays and stops. It gives the suggestion of driving through Spain, France, Germany, Poland, Lituania, Latvia and Estonia before taking the ferry to Finland. Having heard stories about road conditions in that route from Poland north, I looked for an ...



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