Schengen Area consists of 26 countries
1.Austria, 2.Belgium, 3.Czech Republic, 4.Denmark, 5.Estonia, 6.Finland, 7.France, 8.Germany, 9.Greece, 10.Hungary, 11.Iceland, 12.Italy, 13.Latvia, 14.Liechtenstein, 15.Lithuania, 16.Luxembourg, 17.Malta, 18.Netherlands, 19.Norway, 20.Poland, 21.Portugal, 22.Slovakia, 23.Slovenia, 24.Spain, 25.Sweden, and 26.Switzerland.
These countries have lifted their travel restrictions and anybody enters with Schengen visa can travel inside these countries.
There are two type of Schengen visa required countries
- EU Member Schengen Countries
- Non-EU Member Schengen Countries
EU Member Schengen Countries
Non-EU Member Schengen Countries
Does all countries in Europe cover the Schengen Area?
No, there are countries not covered by Schengen area but there are still in Europe and some countries are EU members.
Europe Countries not in Schengen Area
United Kingdom, Ireland
Europe Countries not in Schengen Area but pending to join Schengen Area
Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Cyprus.