Etiaseu.co.uk is an informative website that provides details about the upcoming European Travel Information and Authorisation System (ETIAS).
In particular, we provide information for British travellers about how to register with the online ETIAS system when it is launched in November 2023.
We are not a travel agency and do not provide any services with the aim of organising or planning holidays, although some of the information on our site may be useful for travelers planning their own trip.
We are not affiliated with the EU.
What we do
The primary purpose of our site is to show information about the entry requirements for citizens of the UK to visit the Schengen Area of Europe.
We explain the ETIAS requirements for UK citizens and how to complete the online registration.
We also publish the latest news regarding the ETIAS, travel regulations to the EU and Schengen, and other relevant topics.
All of this information is available free of charge for informative purposes only.
Everything on our site is true and correct to the best of our knowledge.
However, countries may change their entry regulations at any time. The EU has already made many changes to the ETIAS programme and may make more without notice. For this reason, we take no responsibility for any outdated information.
Should you come across any details that you know to be incorrect or incomplete, please contact us. If information on our site is found to be wrong, we will correct it immediately.
Our content is thoroughly researched and created by a dedicated team of experts. We strive to ensure that the information displayed on our site is accurate, current, and reliable.
If you have any questions or queries, our multilingual team is available to provide assistance.
Disclaimer: All information on this website is true to the best of our knowledge and should be used only as a guide. Visa regulations and entry restrictions may be updated at short notice by the Europe Union, we take no responsibility for any outdated information appearing on this website. Users who do come across details that they believe to be incorrect or obsolete are kindly asked to get in touch so we can continue to offer the very latest guidance.