Americans touring to Europe will soon have to add a model new merchandise to their packing lists.
Starting in 2021, the European Union will require US friends to get a pre-approved, visa-like travel go issued by the European Travel Information and Authorization System.
The permit will worth about $7.90 and will have to be requested a minimum of 4 days sooner than the journey—making romantic last-minute jaunts to Paris not potential.
But permission will be good for 3 years and for a variety of journeys in and out of the Schengen Zone, which covers 26 nations.
Under current pointers, Americans can travel in Europe and never utilizing a visa for up to 90 days.
The new requirement will operate a security confirm, EU officers said Friday.