If you are football freak, you know where to go this June. UEFA European Championship matches are going to take place in 10 of the most gorgeous cities in France –Lens, Bordeaux, Lyon, Lille, Nice, Paris, Marseille, Saint-Étienne, Toulouse, and Saint-Denis from 10th June for an entire month.
What takes one ball, eleven players, and 200 plus countries to unite the world? The answer is football. With around a billion fans, this sport has won the hearts of many, even those countries with not so impressive teams.
UEFA Euro 2016
Union of European Football Association roped in 55 nations from Europe and Asia and formed four championships leagues – UEFA Europe League, UEFA European Championship, UEFA Champions League and UEFA Super Cup. UEFA came into existence in Basel, Switzerland on the 15th of June in 1954. Since then, UEFA league matches are the most awaited.
How to get to France
France is one of the 24 countries of European Union that falls under the Schengen Area. The visa requirement applies only for non-EU countries. For a short trip to France, you require the Schengen Tourist Visa. This visa permits you to enter anyone of the 24 EU countries.
Once documents in order and you get your visa, then it is time to pack your bags and fly to France. You can go there cheer for your favorite team in those state-of-the-art stadiums. Before you start dreaming make sure that you have
A valid passport, return ticket, hotel reservation, travel insurance, 2 recent photographs meeting the expected requirement, birth or marriage certificate and bank statements of the last six months. If you are a student, retiree, employee, or entrepreneur, then there are additional documents to support the same.
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