EPA 2025. Madrid, Spain. 5 -8 April 2025.

VISA Information

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VISA Information

Spain VISA requirements: 

Spain is part of the border-free Schengen Area, which guarantees free movement to more than 400 million EU citizens, including non-EU nationals. This makes moving around Europe easy, whether for work, study or other similar purposes. 

To be allowed to enter Spain, you must meet the following requirements: 

  • Enter through an authorised border point. 
  • Demonstrate that you meet the conditions for the proposed stay and have sufficient financial resources. 
  • You are not banned from entering Spain. 


Required documents to show at the port of entry in Spain: 

When entering Spain, you will need to show the following documents, depending on your nationality: 

  • EU nationals: Valid passport or national ID card. 
  • Non-EU nationals who are visa-exempt: Valid passport or travel document. 
  • Non-EU nationals with visa requirements: Valid passport with a Schengen or a Spanish national visa. 


Additionally, non-EU travellers showing up at the Spanish port of entry may be asked to present the following documents in order to be allowed to enter Spain: 

  • Cash or documents that prove of sufficient funds for the entire stay in Spain. 
  • A round-trip ticket to Spain and back. 
  • Travel insurance coverage for the entire stay in Spain. 


Ensure that the Spanish border officer stamps your passport if you are permitted to enter. Without a stamp, you could be fined or detained in Spain.

We look forward to welcoming you in Madrid, Spain!