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kitten 8 | 65  
9 Dec 2006 /  #1
does someone know how it works for a european trying to go to poland?
is there needed something particular? i have a card valid for free travelling in europe but... i don't know how it works for polan in ''schengen agreement''

can someone please help me?:P
Grzegorz_ 51 | 6,161  
9 Dec 2006 /  #2
If you are Italian citizen then you don't need a visa, but we're not in schengen, so you need a passport.
OP kitten 8 | 65  
9 Dec 2006 /  #3
ah...but to have it i need to ask my parents..:( i m less than 18 but i have a card valid for moving in europe...how to do ?
opts 10 | 260  
9 Dec 2006 /  #4
What is a "Schengen Agreement?"
Kowalski 7 | 621  
9 Dec 2006 /  #5
Poland, Switzerland, UK, Ireland are not in Schengen zone so entering those countries you would need to show ID or passport OR if you are not from Europe you'd be asked for a valid visa.

Poland joins Schengen zone in about a year from now.
If you have some type of "residency permit" for Schengen zone it is valid for traveling within Schengen countries only I think.

What is Schengen agreement?
It's an agreement to not check passports when crossing internal borders of member countries.
miranda  
9 Dec 2006 /  #6
What is a "Schengen Agreement?"

goole it
opts 10 | 260  
9 Dec 2006 /  #7
Thanks Kowalski.

What is "goole it" miranda?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
9 Dec 2006 /  #8
Don't be silly opts. You know fine well what she means.
miranda  
9 Dec 2006 /  #9
Well thank you W_w:)
ops - smart pants

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