Travel within Europe
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Please be aware that immigration offices in some countries insist that passports must remain valid for a certain time AFTER your departure from their country. Please contact the relevant embassy for further details.
Minors under 18 years of age travelling to Portugal on their own, who don’t have anyone in Portugal taking responsibility for their stay, may be refused entry to the country.
All minors (under 18 years of age) departing Portugal may be prevented from leaving the country if he/she is travelling unaccompanied, and isn’t carrying a notarised letter of authority from a parent or guardian. Similarly, a minor (under 18 years of age) travelling with just one of his/her parents must have a notarised letter of authority to leave the country from the parent who’s staying behind. A letter stamped by the local police station will also be accepted.
Minors under 18 years of age departing France on their own must also have a letter from the French police if they’re travelling on a French national ID card. The letter from the police isn’t required if they’re travelling using their passport.
Unaccompanied minors under the age of 14 departing Italy won’t be accepted for travel. Nationals of Algeria transiting at Barcelona must hold a valid Schengen VISA to go from Terminal 2 to Terminal 1 (and vice versa). Failure to hold a Transit Schengen VISA will result in refusal of carriage. Passengers transiting to or from Spanair flights (Terminal 1) require a Transit Schengen Visa.
*NEW* Children Travelling on Parent’s Passport
EC Regulation 444/2009 states that as of June 26th 2012, children travelling from, to or through all Schengen countries plus Bulgaria, Cyprus and Romania are no longer permitted to travel on their parent’s passport, and are required to hold their own individual travel documentation. Entries on one of their parent's passports are no longer valid – irrespective of the age of the child and won’t be accepted as a valid form of documentation.