1/6/2018 18:56 EST
I read recently that Denmark has a bilateral agreement with the U.S. that permits U.S. passport holders to travel to Denmark without consideration for the Schengen 90 day rule.
This bilateral agreement predates Schengen but is still in place so an American can spend 90 days in the Schengen area then travel to Denmark for another 90 days before leaving. Reportedly, you can leave Denmark and travel only to a non-Schengen country.
Also, if you start your trip in Denmark and then travel to another Schengen country, the 90 days starts when you first arrive in Denmark.
Does anyone have experience with this? Seems like an interesting work-around for an extended European vacation.
Does anyone know of other EU countries that have such bilateral agreements with the U.S.? I heard possibly Poland.
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