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If you needed a travel or health insurance to get your visa, you need to carry a copy of the cover with you. And if this is a second or later visit on the same visa, you will need an up to date/new travel insurance or health cover for this travel. That is separate from the financial requirements as mentioned in the first answer.


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You should be fine just walking, most of the interesting places are within walking distance. In case you need it, you can always buy a 10 ticket subway card. edit: I live in Madrid.


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You need a visa. Pakistani citizens need a visa (so I guess, didn't actually check) and having Italian work permit gives you nothing since even Italian citizens need a visa to enter Russia.


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Without your EU family member, you can normally use that card (in combination with your passport) to go anywhere a Schengen residence permit will take you. That includes the Schengen area and all but two of the non-Schengen EU countries. The two countries that are not included are the UK and Ireland. However, in a comment you have indicated that you do ...


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Informationen about Irish Transit visa and conditions with list of citizenships that need it as well as fees.


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You say that you are arriving in Gatwick from Spain with Easyjet. According to Gatwick Airport's official site (link below) Easyjet passengers transferring flights at Gatwick have to pass through Immigration. Quote: "Please note that all easyJet passengers must follow option 2, even if you are travelling with hand luggage only." Option 2 reads: "2. If your ...


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If you count time to get through airport security/time spent in the airport etc. trains/driving would be faster. The fastest capital city you can reach would be Paris, as well as Cardiff, capital of Wales if you're looking inside the UK. On a Wednesday afternoon you could leave that postcode address at 12:18pm and arrive in Paris within 3 hours and 41 ...


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There is no maximum, but if you're entering or leaving the EU with cash worth more than 10,000 euro, you are required to declare it at customs. There is no minimum amount of cash either. As a third-country national you may be asked to show that you have "the means" to keep yourself fed etc. during your visit -- but those means don't have to be cash. A well-...


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For those traveling to Schengen countries from India in 2019, with Amsterdam as the first stop, my advice is to take a prepaid sim. I took a 3GB data plan with a 30-day validity from Lebara that came for within 15 Euros (less than 1200Rs in todays forex rate) and I used it for a lot of Whatsapp. Link: https://mobile.lebara.com/nl/en/unlimited/c/prepaid-...


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You will not be 'sent back', but the chances are that the airline won't ever let you board to begin with, and your ticket is lost (=no money back). You will need to show the airline proof of your citizenship, in a way that is defined in TIMATIC (the database airlines use for that). The easiest way is surely to apply for your Italian passport right away at ...


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