You’ve been planning your vacation for months. But do you have the proper documentation?
One of the first things you should research when planning a getaway is the country’s entry requirements. Canadians visiting Portugal are required to present a passport that’s valid for at least three months beyond their expected return date.
Visas are not required for Canadian travellers who are visiting Portugal for less than 90 days. For stays longer than 90 days, a visa must be presented alongside a passport. Travellers should note that stays are cumulative and include visits to Portugal within any 180-day period.
Please note: this information was found on the Government of Canada’s website. More information can be found by visiting https://travel.gc.ca/destinations/portugal
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