visa guide

Greece is a country known for its ancient history, magnificent islands and unique natural beauty. Some important details that those who want to visit Greece should know:

1. Greece Tourist Visa and Types A Schengen visa is required for tourist visits to Greece. This visa is valid in Greece as well as in other Schengen countries. The tourist visit can be requested for holidays, cultural events or visiting the islands. 2. Application Documents and Process The application process for Greece tourist visa is detailed. Documents such as passport, travel health insurance, travel plan, financial documents and accommodation reservations must be accurate and complete. 3. Preparation Phase and Recommendations Before applying for a visa, it is important that your travel dates are compatible, your accommodation arrangements are secure and the places to visit are determined. 4. Attraction Centres of Greece Greece is famous for the ancient history of Athens, the sun baths of Santorini and the traces of the Mycenaean Civilisation. The cultural and historical richness of the country offers visitors an unforgettable experience. 5. Professional Help and Counselling Getting professional help with the visa application process can help you follow the right steps and prepare the necessary documents. Experts can offer guidance on the application process.

Type C (Short Term) Visa

With a Type C visa, also known as a Schengen visa, you can make short-term trips for up to 90 days for different purposes within a 180-day period. If you have a Type C visa, you must exit the Schengen area at the end of 90 days at the latest.

Turkish citizens holding a specialised (burgundy) passport are required to obtain a Schengen visa before travelling to Greece for visits not exceeding 90 days within a 180-day period. Private (green), diplomatic (black) and service (grey) passport holders are exempt from visa for visits to Greece not exceeding 90 days within a 180-day period.

Greece Tourist Visa

It is necessary to apply for a tourist visa for travelling to Greece, which is within the Schengen Area, for touristic activities and for up to 90 days. Those who have a Greece tourist visa can continue their travels with different Schengen countries.

Greece Business Visas and Business and Fair Visit Visas

People who want to visit Greece, which is our neighbouring country and with which we are engaged in intensive commercial activities, for a commercial purpose and / or for business or fair visits, provided that they do not exceed 90 days, are expected to apply for a commercial visa. Among the documents that must be prepared when applying for the visa in question, there must be a commercial activity recognised by the official authorities of both countries.

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