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Département des Relations Extérieures et de la Coopération

Ministère d' État
Place de la Visitation
MC 98000 MONACO

Ministry for External Relations :
(+377) 98 98 89 04

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Ministère d' État
Place de la Visitation
MC 98000 MONACO

Phone : (+377) 98 98 89 04

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Essential travel documents

For tourist travel outside the Schengen Area, you should check the entry requirements and formalities for your stay with the embassy and consulate of the country you are travelling to.
  If a visa is necessary, you may need to allow sufficient time to produce certain documents, depending on the country, such as: forms, photographs, an extract from criminal record, bank account details, return travel tickets, etc.

Most States require a passport with an expiry date of several months after the planned date of your return to Monaco. 

As a precaution, keep a photocopy of the documents you are taking with you at home (in case they are lost or stolen while you are abroad) and take at least two identity photographs with you.

Minors

A child travelling with his/her parents must have an identity card or passport if he/she is not mentioned on the identity documents of his/her parents.

In no case may a minor travelling alone use the passport of his/her parents on which his/her name is mentioned.  He/she must carry a document in his/her own name.  (Identity card or passport).

In case of difficulties abroad

You should contact the embassies or consulates of the country of which the person is a national.

 

Warning: The information in this "Useful Information" section may be incomplete.  It is indicative only and offers no guarantee.  The aim is to help Monegasque travellers make the right decisions when planning a journey. Therefore, this advice does not replace the need for prudence.

Responsibility:  You are reminded that prospective travellers are solely responsible for their decision to travel to a foreign country, whatever the safety advice given by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation cannot be held responsible under any circumstances for accidents or incidents that may arise during a journey.

Cancellation of a journey:  The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation cannot be held responsible if, following its recommendations, an individual or a group suffers financial loss after cancellation of a journey.  You are advised to check the terms of the insurance offered by airlines and travel agencies and inform yourself of current security conditions in your chosen country before paying a deposit.

Last update: 08/05/2017

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