How much money to take to Europe: financial requirements bezveze

How much money to take to Europe? With the onset of bezveza this issue is of concern to many Ukrainians, because the financial requirements of each country sets separately.

Edge code gives the EU the right to check the tourist availability of financial support. But there is no unified financial requirements for the whole EU. Each country sets their own.

In the European Union everywhere you can pay by card, and the cards of international payment systems like Visa or MasterCard, your main proof of solvency.


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Of course, in appearance the card is impossible to understand whether there are funds and enough of them. But the border guards are obliged to accept cards of international payment systems as proof of funds because it is a requirement of the Schengen border code. The vast majority of cases it is enough to show the map or to declare its presence. The map of high class (gold or platinum) reduces the likelihood of further issues to almost zero.

If you want to fully protect yourself from this problem, submit a list of the minimum amounts on the day in the most popular countries of the European Union:

  • Austria – case basis;
  • Belgium – 45 euros – foreigners who stayed in private homes. 95 euros – foreigners who stayed at the hotel;
  • Hungary – 3 Euro;
  • Germany – € 45 per day
  • Greece – 50 Euro per day, a minimum of 300 Euro for 5 days;
  • Spain – 71 euros;
  • Italy is 269 euros per person for up to 5 days for groups less;
  • Latvia – 14 Euro per day;
  • Lithuania – 40 Euro per day;
  • Liechtenstein – 91 Euro, 27 Euro for students;
  • Luxembourg – minimum amount of funds is assessed individually.
  • Malta – 48 euros per day;
  • Netherlands – 34 Euro;
  • Poland – 300 PLN-stay of up to three days of 100 PLN per day, if staying more than 3 days;
  • Portugal – need to have a sum of 75 euros and the amount at the rate of 40 euros per day of stay;
  • Slovakia – 56 Euro per night;
  • Slovenia – 70 Euro;
  • Finland – 30 euros per day;
  • France – Euro 32,50 – persons confirmation of housing availability. 120 euros – persons who can not confirm the availability of accommodation;
  • Czech Republic – 40 Euro per day for up to 30 days;
  • Switzerland – 91 Euro, 27 Euro for students;
  • Sweden – 47 Euro per day;
  • Estonia – 86 Euro per day.


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We will remind, on June 11 this year came into force a visa-free regime with the EU. Now, the Ukrainians with biometric passports can visit 30 countries in Europe without a visa and stay there up to 90 days within 180 days. In the open list to visit countries include the member countries of the EU, except the UK and Ireland, and in 4 States the associated members of the Schengen agreement: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland.

At the same time, it is worth remembering the important rules for crossing the border, because of the violation of which border guards have the right to refuse entry. So, for the duration of bezveza they have managed to use 100 thousand Ukrainian citizens, only 50 of which were refused. The most common reason is the inability of the traveller to confirm the purpose of their trip, because visa-free regime does not give the right to work in the EU.