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> Need to know the name of the crossing borders from France to Italy, Apply for a visa to Italy need help answer questions
deerteeraya
post May 26 2010, 03:13 AM
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Hi! Anyone could help find out the name of a crossing border bet. France to Italy.
I am thinking about driving from Lyon, and Modane of France and enter Turin (Italy).
I am not sure if the entry border name is Fre'jus or Bardonecchia?

Pls. help asap.
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post Jun 10 2010, 11:52 AM
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If you want to enter directly to Turin from France you'd have to take the route from Chambery.

Once you are in Schengen(meaning EU countries) territory, France and Italy are included, you do not need a different visa to go from one to another. When you enter any schengen country for the first time, your passport is checked. After that you are free to visit whatever countries within Schegen territory that you want until your visa expires. Ideally you must leave before your visa expires.


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post Jun 10 2010, 02:33 PM
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QUOTE(gyl.johnson @ Jun 10 2010, 11:52 AM) *

If you want to enter directly to Turin from France you'd have to take the route from Chambery.

Once you are in Schengen(meaning EU countries) territory, France and Italy are included, you do not need a different visa to go from one to another. When you enter any schengen country for the first time, your passport is checked. After that you are free to visit whatever countries within Schegen territory that you want until your visa expires. Ideally you must leave before your visa expires.


Thank you so much. Your advice is perfect and clear.
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