Next year, EU citizens will have to pay twelve euros, or approximately four thousand five hundred forints, for British travel permits.
From next year, EU citizens will have to apply for an Electronic Travel Authorization (ETA) if they are to travel to the UK. The ETA costs £10 and will be valid for two years.
In addition to EU residents, citizens of many other countries must obtain permission to enter the UK. First, Qataris, the regulations apply to them as of November 15. From February 2024, citizens of several other Arab countries in the Persian Gulf will also be included in the system. Residents of Bahrain, Jordan, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates must also create an ETA.
EU citizens and travelers from other countries such as the US, Australia and New Zealand who can enter the UK without a visa for tourism or work will need to apply for an ETA next year. It is not yet known exactly when the regulations will come into force, but it is certain that it will be possible to travel under the new regulations in 2024.
(source: Schengen visa informationImages: Getty)
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