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90 days (in any 180-day period) is in any event the longest you can stay on a Schengen visa. Schengen visas can be valid for up to 5 years but this has no bearing on the maximum stay, which is still at most 90 days. After that, it's usually necessary to leave the Schengen area for another 90 days before being allowed to return and use your visa again (at ...


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There's no one answer to this question applicable to every place on the planet and, really, it's just common sense. :) Every big city will have service providers that can get you a long-stay, at a price, but for less then the cost of a hotel. If you speak the language and can put in the time, finding your own place will obviously be cheaper. AirBNB and ...


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My suggestion is to book something for 1-2 weeks on airbnb, at a hotel or hostel, or something similar. Then, during your first couple of weeks there, make some connections and look for people renting a spare bedroom. I've never been to Colombia, but I've done this in Mexico, Portugal and Cuba with good success. How to find rooms for rent varies greatly ...


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I have followed several long distance walkers, one on a blog and an other in the book they published about it, as well as seeing blog items that I do not follow long term. They use wheeled transports, dragged behind them, for parts of their trip or even for the whole. Here is a link to the blog I followed. Only a small part is in English, but it is enough ...



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