What is the Schengen-area?
What documents are accepted for border-free travel in Schengen EU countries?
If you are an EU national, you do not need to show your national ID card or passport when you are travelling from one border-free Schengen EU country to another.
Even if you don’t need a passport for border checks within the Schengen area, it is still always highly recommended to take a passport or ID card with you, so you can prove your identity if needed (if stopped by police, boarding a plane, etc.). Schengen EU countries have the possibility of adopting national rules obliging you to hold or carry papers and documents when you are present on their territory.
Driving licences, post, bank or tax cards are not accepted as valid travel documents or proof of identity.
What documents are accepted for non-Schengen EU countries?
When travelling to or from a non-Schengen country you must show a valid ID or passport. Before travelling, check what documents you must have to travel outside your home country and to enter the non-Schengen country you plan to visit.
Swedish citizens should always travel with their passport.
How do I know which countries are included in the border-free Schengen-area?
THE BORDER-FREE SCHENGEN AREA INCLUDES:
|NON- SCHENGEN AREA INCLUDES:|
|Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland.||Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Ireland, Romania, United Kingdom.|