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If Britain leaves the EU without a deal do we need a Visa for our holiday visit to Lanzarote Our trip spans the exit date 24th March to 4th April?

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    Please read the questions and answer under "brexit" tag. Informations seem contradictory because they are contracdictory. No one can know what would happen in case of hard brexit. – Neusser Feb 18 at 10:23
  • It is a complex interaction between European Union, Schengen Agreement and other deals that may or may not be involved and it was never tried in practice. It is impossible to say, so the only safe bet is to apply for visa - most of the time the fact that you do not need it does not prevent you from applying or having it. – Mołot Feb 18 at 10:26
  • @Mołot it's impossible to apply for a Schengen visa as an EU citizen, even though Britain might end up leaving soon. – JonathanReez Feb 18 at 10:27
  • @JonathanReez but Great Britain is not part of the Schengen treaty, is it? Do you have any source that shows it is really impossible? – Mołot Feb 18 at 10:33
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    @Mołot The Schengen Visa Code (Regulation EC 810/2009), which is the legal basis for issuing Schengen visa only applies to those actually needing a visa to enter (article 1, section 2). There is currently simply no legal basis for issuing Schengen visa to EEA or EU citizens and it is therefore not done. Just as you nowhere will find it explicitely spelled out that e.g. UK residence permits are not issued to UK citizens, you will also nowhere find it spelled out that Schengen visas are not issued to UK citizens. – Tor-Einar Jarnbjo Feb 18 at 11:31