We all knew that changes would happen to our travel after Brexit – and in 2022 a big new change is coming for those who enter mainland Europe. British holidaymakers will need to pay €7 (£6.20) to enter as part of the bloc's new travel system. The new fee will apply to any tourists who do not require a visa to visit countries like France, Spain and Greece. You'll need to fill out an online application form to enter which costs £6.20 in order to be approved or denied. The results will come "within minutes" of submitting the form in most cases, but in "limited cases" further checks may need to be made which have a wait of up to 30 days to get an answer. In the application, you'll need to supply personal details, information about recent travel and any criminal history you have. If approved, the visa will be valid for three years so you should try and get it filled in around 30 days prior to your trip to make sure you have an answer in time to fly. The visa will apply to Brits travelling into the EU by road, boat and plane. A spokesman from… Read full this story
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