Nationals of China travelling as tourists and holding a valid Schengen visa may enter and stay without a visa for up to 7 days. Citizens of India holding a valid tourist, business or resident visa issued by a Schengen Area state may enter and stay without a visa for up to 14 days.
Taiwan’s free entry for holders of Schengen visas is limited to citizens of Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam. Travellers are to apply for an R.O.C. (Taiwan) Travel Authorization Certificate from the National Immigration Agency, Ministry of the Interior in before embarking on their trip.
Holders of Schengen Visas do not go through the struggle of obtaining Turkish visa that may require they submit documents and wait for days. Travellers may get their single entry e-Visas valid for one month via the website www.evisa.gov.tr once they are willing to travel on Turkish Airlines.
Any visitor to Albania who holds a valid, multiple-entry and previously used visa issued by a Schengen area country can enter Albania without a visa for 90 days.
Andorra has no visa requirements, so all nationals do not require a visa. Only a passport or European Union national identity card is required for entrance. However, since Andorra is only accessible via the Schengen countries of Spain or France, entry is not possible without entering Spain or France first. So visitors need to obtain a multi-entry Schengen visa to be able to access Andorra through Spain or France and to be able to exit through same.
Nationals of Gambia, Haiti, India, Lebanon, Namibia, Samoa, Vietnam can stay for up to 30 days once they are in possession of a multiple entry visa (i.e., a ‘C’ or ‘D’ type visa) from a European Union or Schengen area member country, an entry stamp from one of these countries and a valid air ticket with departure from Minsk National Airport.
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