Visas while cruising Europe

Discussion in 'Visas, Immigration & Customs' started by tykissy, Jun 1, 2007.

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  1. tykissy

    tykissy Junior Member

    May 25, 2007
    South Australia
    I know this is a bit off the track but does anyone know if you are travelling from a Australia on an Australian Passport and the joining a cruise ship at Dover UK and stopping at the ports of Germany, Estonia, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark and ending up back atDover if we need any other Visas:confused: :confused: :confused: or will we be okay with just our passports.

  2. NM


    Aug 27, 2004
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    I think you will need a Visa for Russia. Not for Germany, Estonia, Finland, Sweden or Denmark.
  3. tykissy

    tykissy Junior Member

    May 25, 2007
    South Australia
    Yes, I believe you need a visa for Russia if you are NOT going ashore as part of the ships shore excursion, we will just pay the ships price $$$ this port. From everything else I have been told or have read on this subject we will be okay with our Australian Passports at the other port.
    Thanks for confirming my info so far.;)

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