The Schengen Calculator

Entry Date - The day you enter the Schengen Area.

Exit Date - The day you exit the Schengen Zone.

Duration - The number of days you have stayed.

Days of Stay in the Last 180 Day - The Days of Stay in the Last 180 Days on Schengen Zone.

Last Day to Stay - The Last Day to Stay on Schengen Zone.

Calculate your stay in Europe

Traveling across Europe is an enriching experience, but navigating the Schengen Visa rules can be daunting. Many travelers find themselves puzzled by the complexities of the 90/180 rule, often leading to unintentional overstays and the accompanying legal hassles. To aid in this challenge, we introduce a simple yet powerful tool – the Schengen Visa Calculator.

What is a Schengen Visa? The Schengen Visa is a short-stay visa that allows its holder to travel to any of the 26 European countries in the Schengen Area for tourism, business, or transit purposes. This visa permits a stay of up to 90 days within a 180-day period. The Schengen Area covers most European countries, excluding the United Kingdom and countries such as Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Cyprus, which are soon to be part of this zone.

The 90/180 Rule Explained The 90/180 rule is a critical component of the Schengen Visa policy. It states that you can stay in the Schengen area for up to 90 days within any 180-day period. This rule is a rolling calculation, meaning that at any point during your travels, the total number of days you’ve spent in the Schengen area in the past 180 days should not exceed 90. For example, if you spent 30 days in the Schengen area, left, and returned after 60 days, you would still have 60 days remaining for your current 180-day period.

Introducing the Schengen Visa Calculator To eliminate the guesswork and potential legal issues, we’ve developed the Schengen Visa Calculator. This user-friendly tool helps you accurately calculate your remaining days in the Schengen area. It’s designed for both seasoned travelers and first-time visitors, ensuring you stay within legal travel limits.

How to Use the Calculator Using the Schengen Visa Calculator is straightforward. Here’s a step-by-step guide:

  1. Enter Your Travel Dates: Start by entering the dates of your past and planned entries into the Schengen area. The calculator can handle multiple entries and exits.
  2. Processing the Information: The calculator then analyzes your travel dates in the context of the 90/180 rule. It considers each day spent in the Schengen area within the last 180 days.
  3. Understanding the Results: The calculator will display the number of days you’ve already spent in the Schengen area and how many more days you can stay without violating visa regulations.
  4. Planning Future Entries: Based on the results, you can plan future travels, ensuring you don’t exceed the 90-day limit within any 180-day period.