Passports & visas
You must make sure you have valid, acceptable passports and any required visas or other documentation for both the final destination and any stop-off points en-route.
- Passport must be valid at least 6 months after the tour joining date.
It is the customer’s responsibility to ensure that all members of their party are in possession of valid travel and health documents prior to departure, and to ensure that all members of their party comply with valid visa, passport or other travel regulations required for countries they will be visiting.
goEUgo will not be liable if your passengers are refused entry or delayed. Any financial losses including curtailment of tour resulting from incorrect or invalid travel documents are at the passenger's own expense.
- You may not be able to travel (and insurance may be invalid) if the names on passports and travel documents don’t match. If any member of your party changes their name, you must tell us immediately so that we can change booking documentation.
ADVANCED PASSENGER INFORMATION (API)
- You may be required to submit Advanced Passenger Information (API), to the airline or cruise line that you’re travelling with. Please check your travel documents for details of how to submit this information. Failure to provide the required data may result in carriage being denied.
- If a visa is required, don't leave it until the last minute – allow plenty of time. Your passport should have at least one blank visa page. (The number of blank pages required may vary by destination).
- How to find out about visa requirements: Please contact the appropriate consulate or embassy for advice.
TRAVELLING WITH CHILDREN OR WITHOUT AN ADULT
Children travelling without both parents, should be aware that some countries in the EU require documentary evidence of parental responsibility before allowing lone parents to enter the country or, in some cases, before allowing the children to leave the country. For further information on exactly what will be required at immigration please check the relevant Embassy of the country you’re travelling to.