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According to Passport index, Mexican passports have 90 days visa-free to Spain.


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Mexico is listed in Annex II. Citizens of Mexico do not need a visa for short visits to Spain or the rest of the Schengen area.


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As your post was written the 13th of September, at this time there were many rains and floods in the east of Spain and a lot of trains were cancelled. When this happen, the Renfe web page is not working properly and it is better if you call to Customer Support and buy the tickets with them. Other option is to travel by bus, you can use this web www.alsa....


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I want to inform that in many cases, boarding Armas or Fred Olsen's ferries with a car is LESS expensive than without the car. Othertimes the price is the same. Seems silly but this is due to special family offers that includes 3-4 persons and a car. Just check their sites.


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There are several suggestions to choose from: Buy the Alhambra card which includes a ticket to enter the Alhambra on the day. Book a guided tour, there are almost always tickets online. Get up early, if you want to wait in the line get there early as some tickets are sold on the day Visit the free parts of the place that can be entered without a ticket ...


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Usually you do not need to take luggage and custom. You will have just regular tag on your checked baggage, so that custom in Rome know if they could fine you for custom regulations. Tags with green bands are intra-EU baggage. There could be exceptions, but you will know at departure airport, at check-in. Note: your immigration procedures are done in ...


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This page advises specifically against entering another EU country after overstaying in the Schengen Area. However, as you entry and exit stamps are not linked to a visa, you might get away with it. Entering Spain again after 90 days could prove more difficult. See: The Truth About Schengen Information System (SIS) Beginning in 2021, ETIAS might make ...


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According to Annex 22 of the Handbook for the processing of visa applications and the modification of issued visas, BNL2 is the code for a visa issued by Belgium, the Netherlands, or Luxembourg "ex officio." I don't quite know what that means, however. Regardless, Henning Makholm's answer is correct: it does not restrict your use of the visa. To impose ...


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do i still need a visa in Germany? No, your visa is good for this itinerary. When you land in Germany your immigration will be processed and then the onward flight will be domestic (within Schengen Area).


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You seem to be trying to pretend that an overstay is no big deal. It's a big deal. Fix it. Someone has identified an extremely affordable flight, and you need to be on it so you are in UK soil by midnight on the 17th. You created a belief in your mind that Spain is "relaxed" about overstays. You are missing the entire point of what an overstay is. ...


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No, unless you are heading to Orihuela-Murcia area. If you are going to stay in Alicante city and Valencia city you won't have any problem. The floods have affected mostly to the south of Alicante province (with a lot of problems in roads and highways) but no problem in the Alicante-Valencia highway. Additionally, in two weeks you won't find any trace of the ...


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This might work, but it strikes me as an astoundingly bad idea. The consequences of failure are too great to justify the benefit of saving a few hundred dollars in airfare. Even if you were leaving the Schengen area after 87 days there instead of 97, this plan would be risky. The chance of failure is rather higher if you overstay in Schengen, however, and ...


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Americans who arrive in the UK with no definite plans, no return travel planned, and little money are often questioned extensively at the border and may be denied entry and removed. In your case, if you're low enough on money that you need to wait two weeks just to be able to afford a flight to the UK (*) it seems that it would be extremely difficult to ...


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