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Yes, Croatia still gives you passport stap no matter do you come with air or land. You need ask on the border. I live in Croatia and each time I go in Slovenia or Hungary I ask them can I get my passport stamp. They said "OK" and that's it. Also if you fly between two EU country you can also ask during passport control to get your stamp. Last year I get in ...


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The Romanian visa does not make much difference, except perhaps in allowing you to lodge your visa application in a consulate in Romania instead of your country of origin. You will still need to fulfil all the requirements of a regular Schengen visa. Also, being a resident of a rich country like the US or UK would seem to bolster your credibility as a ...


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Yes, it's possible, because, as of June 2015, Romania is not (yet) part of the Schengen area (they almost certainly won't be in the next few months but they are supposed to join some time in the future). It's best to have a short layover and to book the whole trip at once to make sure you won't have to collect your luggage in Frankfurt but sterile transit is ...



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