Dating customs in latvia
Visa-free travellers may stay in Latvia for up to 90 days within a period of 180 days.
Citizens of the European Union member states, as well as Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Switzerland do not require a visa to travel to Latvia. There are no border controls on the internal borders between Schengen countries, therefore citizens of the European Union and third-country nationals are free to travel within the Schengen Area.
Latvia also claims to be the home of the first Christmas Tree!
The first documented use of a evergreen tree at Christmas and New Year celebrations is in town square of Riga, the capital of Latvia, in the year 1510.
Before Christmas children learn to say poems by heart.
You might also get a present by singing, playing a musical instrument or doing a dance.
Latvia is a member of the European Union, therefore travelling to Latvia and crossing borders is as simple as travel to any other European Union country.
Citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia, Israel, Japan, Korea, Hong Kong, Brazil and other countries do not need a visa to visit Latvia.
Citizens of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, China and other countries require a visa to travel to Latvia.
In Moldova, only holders of biometric passports are free to travel to Latvia visa-free, other citizens need to have a valid visa.
It means that visa is not valid for entering all Schengen member states, but only those indicated on the visa.
To apply for a visa, the following has to be submitted: passport, visa application form, a photograph, travel medical insurance policy valid for the whole Schengen Area, and other documents.