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UK tourists to pay fee to enter EU under new 2022 rules

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UK tourists to pay fee to enter EU under new 2022 rules
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UK holidaymakers will have to pay to enter the European Union in new 2022 travel rules. 

Passengers hoping to travel to the Schengen Zone will now be treated as any other non-EU nation, according to the Birmingham Mail.

Brits will be charged a £5.88 visa fee fro this year, and told to pre-register their details before heading abroad.

The move comes as a result of Brexit negotiations between the UK and the EU following the vote to leave the European Union back in 2016.

Some 63 countries, including Mauritius, will also need to get authorisation for travel through the The European Travel and Information and Authorization Scheme (ETIAS).

The scheme charges a levy, which permits holders to stay in and travel around, Schengen-signatory EU states for up to 90 days.

Original article at Birmingham Mail

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