Traveling To Europe Could Get Tougher…

Quick, but important, note today.

Starting in 2021, Americans (as well as citizens of several other countries) will need authorization to travel to Europe. While not a visa per se, it’ll still cost you about $8 and have to be done in advance of your trip to the continent. Called ETIAS, it’s similar to the US ESTA system which is already in place. The authorization will allow US travelers to enter any of the 26 Schengen nations, a collection of countries that all people to move freely within them.

It’s not a huge burden, but it represents one more step in making travel that much more difficult. Hopefully, this law will be the extent of that burden.


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