Countries Exempted from Spain Visa

Spain visa Exemption
24 Mar 2016

Not necessarily. If you are from an EU member state OR from Norway, Switzerland, Iceland or Liechtenstein, you are in luck: you will NOT need any sort of visa to come live in Spain, whatever your reasons for doing so.

If you are NOT a citizen of a Schengen country the next step is to see if you are a citizen of a country with a tourist visa waiver. Spain has reciprocal tourist agreements with many countries. If you are a citizen of any of these countries you can enter Spain as a tourist without a visa by just showing your passport and stay for a maximum of three months.

Antigua and Barbuda

Guatemala Nicaragua
Andorra Honduras



Hong Kong Paraguay
Australia Israel

San Marino


Japan Serbia
Bermuda Macau



Macedonia Singapore
Brunei Malaysia

South Korea


Mauritius United States (excluding the Northern Mariana Islands)
Chile Mexico


Costa Rica

Monaco Vatican City
Croatia Montenegro


El Salvador

New Zealand

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