Europe attracts more tourists than any other continent: over 600 million international visitors annually, more than half of the global market. Out of Earth’s ten most visited countries, seven are in Europe, with good reason. Transport infrastructure is generally efficient and well-maintained. At the other end of a short ride on a starkly modern high speed train, a brief flight, or an easy drive, you will likely be able to delve into a new phrasebook and culture.

Cultural Heritage

Europe has cultural heritage dating back more than three millennia: the continent has seen the rise and fall of Ancient Greece and the Roman Empire, and birthed the Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution. Countless kingdoms, republics and empires have left archaeological sites and old towns galore, and the most magnificent cathedrals in the world for you to explore. Aside from history, Europe is the home of high culture, is renowned for its diverse cuisines, and is justly celebrated for its exciting and romantic cities.
Europe stretches from the shivering Arctic Ocean in the north, to the pleasantly warm subtropical Mediterranean Sea in the south, and contains a vast array of temperate climates and variety of landscapes in between. The east of the continent is connected to Asia, and for historical reasons a boundary is usually drawn from the Ural mountains via the Caucasus to the Aegean Sea, while the continent’s western extremities jut bracingly into the Atlantic Ocean.

The European Union (EU)

The European Union (EU) is a political and economic union consisting of 27 member states subject to the membership’s obligations and privileges. Every member state is part of the founding treaties of the union and is subjected to binding laws within the common legislative and judicial institutions. For the EU to adopt policies concerning defence and foreign affairs, all member states must agree unanimously.
Countries in Europe Union (Schengen Zone)
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden

Europe Visit Visa Requirements

  1. Current and previous passports
  2. Previous passport FIR (If Passport lost)
  3. Cnic
  4. Picture
  5. FRC (Family Registration Certificate)
  6. Bank Statements (Last Six Months)
  7. Account Maintenance Certificate
  8. Saving Certificate

In-cause of self employed (self Bossiness)

  • Company Registration
  • Letter Paid And Visiting card
  • NTN Certificate
  • Tax Documents
  • Company Profile
  • Other Supporting Documents
  • Chamber of Commerce Certificate

In-cause Of Employment

  • Employment Letter
  • Last Three Months Pay Slips
  • NOC from Department

In-cause Of Student

  • Student Bonafide Letter From (school /college /University)

Best Places to Visit

  • Amalfi Coast (Intro & Pictures)
  • Amsterdam (Intro & Pictures)
  • Athens (Intro & Pictures)
  • Barcelona (Intro & Pictures)
  • Budapest (Intro & Pictures)
  • Dublin (Intro & Pictures)
  • Edingurgh (Intro & Pictures)
  • Florence (Intro & Pictures)
  • Lisbon (Intro & Pictures)
  • London (Intro & Pictures)
  • Madrid (Intro & Pictures)
  • Milan (Intro & Pictures)
  • Mykonos (Intro & Pictures)
  • Paris (Intro & Pictures)
  • Porto (Intro & Pictures)
  • Prague (Intro & Pictures)
  • Rome (Intro & Pictures)
  • San Sebastian (Intro & Pictures)
  • Santorini (Intro & Pictures)