A Schengen visa allows the holder to visit all the countries located in the Schengen area. Additionally, as long as it is either double entry or multiple entry, it also allows the holder to visit the following non-EU (Non-European Union) countries to visit temporarily, without having to apply the visa of the respective country.
- Albania As long as the holder has used multiple-entry Schengen visa, they can stay up to 90 days in any 180-day period.
- Antigua and Barbuda Schengen visa holders will be granted a single-entry visa on arrival for a stay up to 30 days.
- Belarus Schengen visa holders can visit Belarus visa-free if they are citizens of El Salvador, Honduras, or China (up to 3 days).
- Bosnia and Herzegovina Multiple-entry Schengen visa holders are allowed visa-free entry for stay up to 15 days once every 180 days.
- Bulgaria Schengen visa holders can enter visa-free for stay up to 90 days in any 6-month period.
- Colombia Holders of Schengen visa or residence permit issued by a Schengen area country can enter visa-free up to 90 days if they are citizens of Cambodia, China, India, Macau (180 days), Myanmar, Thailand, or Vietnam.
- Cyprus Schengen visa holders can stay in Cyprus up to 3 months in any 6-month period.
- Georgia Schengen visa holders can stay in Georgia up to 90 days in any 180-day period.
- Gibraltar Multiple-entry Schengen visa holders that are citizens of China, India, Morocco, Mongolia, or Russia can enter Gibraltar visa-free for a stay up to 21 days.
- Kosovo 15 days within a period of 6 months are allowed for multiple entry Schengen visa holders.
- Macedonia 15 days per entry once every 180 days are allowed for Schengen visa holders.
- Mexico Visa-free entry into Mexico is allowed as long as the Schengen visa and the passport are both valid.
- Montenegro 30 days per entry once every 180 days are allowed for Schengen visa holders.
- Romania Schengen visa holders can stay in Romania up to 90 days within a 6-month period, as long as the Schengen visa is used to enter the Schengen area first.
- Sao Tome and Principe 15 days within a 6-month period are allowed for Schengen visa holders.
- Serbia For stay up to 90 days within a 6-month period, Schengen visa holders don’t need any visa for Serbia.
- Turkey Citizens of many countries that hold Schengen visa can enter Turkey for a short-stay by getting a single-entry Turkish e-Visa that has a 1-month validity. Look at www.evisa.gov.tr for more information.
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