In the application for a single-entry visa, you describe your purpose of travel and planned itinerary.
- If the visa is granted, you can use it for the planned purpose and itinerary and you are allowed to make minor adjustments to your route.
- With a single-entry visa, you can only enter Schengen once. Within Schengen you can cross as many internal borders as necessary.
- You are not allowed to misrepresent your intentions to get your visa. If you do use it for a completely different purpose, you may be suspected of fraud and it will be very difficult for you to convince the immigration officers that you did not lie.
- You are supposed to get your visa from the main destination of the trip. This is not always the first Schengen country on your itinerary.