South African passport holders need a visa to enter the European Schengen area. Schengen countries: Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain and Sweden
Schengen country, you must apply for a Schengen visa At the embassy or consulate of the country.
If you want to visit more Schengen countries, you need to apply for a Schengen visa at the embassy or consulate of the country. It takes most of your time. For example, if you go to Germany, France and the Netherlands for three days, you can apply for a Schengen visa at the German embassy or consulate.
If you visit several Schengen countries But you will not be your main destination, you must apply for a Schengen visa at the embassy or consulate of the first country.
The Schengen visa is similar to multiple visas in all of the above countries and you only need a Schengen visa. There are several Schengen visas – one transit visa, short-stay visa, long-stay visa, airport transit visa and group visa (under certain circumstances). The general cost of the Schengen visa (for all categories) l60 (R575).
In case of a visa application, the embassy or consulate concerned shall be called on
Schengen visa To be issued by a temporary passport to South Africans, provided the passenger travels within two months of the issuance of the provisional passport, The traveler has a South African identity document. Some Schengen countries do not allow passports with a temporary passport. Check before traveling.
Austria: Embassy of Austria, Pretoria, phone: 012-452-9155. Cost: E60.
Belgium: Belgian Consulate General, Rosebank, Joburg, phone: 011-912-9600. Cost: E60
Great Britain: holders of South African passports do not require a visa to visit Britain for up to six months. However, a temporary passport shall not be issued with a visa waiver. Holidays must have a visa when you enter Britain. Job visa applications must be filed at the DHL Visa Center (external court of the UK Court of Arbitration). Call 0861-858-4727 or go to [http://www.britishvisas.co.za]. Cost: R195 for DHL and the applicable visa fee.
Canary Islands: holders of SA passport need a Schengen visa to enter. The Spanish Embassy, Pretoria, phone: 012-460-0123. Cost: E60
Cyprus: Cyprus High Commission, Pretoria, 012-342-5258. Cost: R110
Denmark: Royal Danish Embassy, Pretoria, phone: 012-430-9340 or Royal Danish Consulate General, Sandton, tel .: 011-804-3374. Cost: E60.
Finland: Embassy of Finland, Pretoria, phone: 012-343-0275. Cost: E60.
France: French Consulate General, Rosebank, phone: 011-778-5600. Cost: E60.
Germany: German Embassy – Visa Section, Pretoria, 012-427-8999. Cost: E60.
Greece: Greek Consulate, Illovo, 011-214-2300. Cost: E60.
Iceland: The Royal Danish Embassy represents Iceland for the issuance of visas at the Royal Embassy of Denmark, Pretoria, 012-430-9340 or Danish Danish Consulate Sandton, telephone: 011-804 -3374. Cost: E60
Ireland: Passport holders do not require a visa to Ireland for up to three months stay. Contact the Embassy of Ireland, Pretoria, 012-342-5062.
Italy: The Embassy in Pretoria, Italy, only issues visas to residents of Pretoria. Phone 012-423-0000. The South African people living in postal code areas between 1000-29999 and 9300-9999 can be invited to the Italian Consulate in Italy, Houghton, at 011-728-1392. Cost: E60.
Luxembourg: Belgian Consulate General, phone number: 011-912-9600. Cost: E60. Southern Africans with a temporary passport are not allowed to enter Luxembourg.
Malta: Passport holders need a visa to Malta, but if you already have a Schengen visa, you can enter Malta. The Máltás Honvéd Consulate, Cape Town, phone: 021-430-5319. Contact the Maltese Government website http://www.gov.mt
Monaco: Contact: Honorary Consulate of Monaco 021-702-0991 / 2.
The Netherlands: Embassy of the Netherlands, Pretoria, telephone, 012-425-4500. Cost: E60. South Africans traveling with a temporary passport can not enter the Netherlands.
Norway: Norwegian Embassy, Pretoria, phone: 012-342-6100. E60 cost. In addition to the Schengen visa, South Africans traveling with a temporary passport must have their identity card to prove their place of residence.
Portugal: Consulate General of Portugal, Johannesburg, 011-622-0645-9 or Portuguese Embassy Consular Section, Pretoria, 012-341-5522. Cost: E60.
Spain: The Spanish Embassy, Pretoria, phone: 012-460-0123. Cost: E60. In addition to the Schengen visa, South Africans traveling with a temporary passport must also have their IDs attested by their place of residence.
Sweden: Swedish Embassy, Pretoria, phone: 012-426-6400. Cost: E60.
Switzerland: Passport holders do not require a visa to Switzerland for a visit not exceeding three months. But if you study, work, etc., you need a visa. The Embassy of Switzerland, Pretoria, telephone: 012-452-0660.
Turkey: South African passport holders need a visa to enter Turkey. The Turkish Embassy, Pretoria, phone number: 012-342-6053 / 4. The visa fee is R676.
Source by Gerald Crawford