Comprehensive List of Schengen Countries

Comprehensive List of Schengen Countries

The Schengen Area was named after the popular “Schengen Agreement” back in 1995, when 26 member states, having opened up their international borders to each other abolished all barriers to movement among the countries. Simply put, the schengen countries (in the Schengen Area) are in agreement to eliminate border controls with other Schengen member countries and collectively strengthen border controls with the non-Schengen states. Out of the twenty-eight European Union member states, twenty-two are actively involved in the Schengen agreement and hence make up the Schengen Area.

The present population of the Schengen area is over 400 […] Read more