Visa Requirements

May 21st, 2013 | By | Category: General Information

When planning your trip, make sure that you have the necessary documentation for your trip. Each country has its own travel requirements for entry, as does Gibraltar have their own. Make sure that you have the proper documentation to assure that you can enter the Rock for your vacation.

EU nationals can enter Gibraltar if they can produce a valid national identity card. All other nationals will need to present a valid passport.

Persons who hold a Schengen visa and intend to enter Gibraltar from Spain should also take steps to assure that they will be able to return to Spain again once they have left Gibraltar.

Stateless people or nationals from several other countries will need a visa to enter Gibraltar. They are as follows:

Gibraltar Visa Requirements and Information

In addition, all Stateless Nationals (including holders of documents issued by the United Nations Mission in Kosovo, and holders of Hong Kong Certificates and Declarations of Identity).

Gibraltar.com does not accept responsibility for any changes or unavailability of the services listed. If you need further information on whether or not you may need a visa to enter Gibraltar, its best, as they say, to be safe than sorry. Contacting the Gibraltar Immigration Department is going to be the best way to go to make sure that you have what you need to enter Gibraltar. Their contact information is as follows:

Gibraltar Immigration Department
Joshua Hassan House
Secretaries Lane
Gibraltar
Tel + 350 200 51725

Traveling with pets.

Your pet is permitted to enter Gibraltar provided you meet certain requirements.

All cats and dogs, who are coming to Gibraltar with residents of EU Member States, can come to Gibraltar so long as they are in good health and have a current and valid certificate of rabies vaccination. If this is their first, or primary rabies vaccination, this must have been given not less than 28 days before you bring your dog or cat to Gibraltar.

Cats and dogs on board yachts visiting Gibraltar are not permitted to come ashore unless they are properly vaccinated against rabies and you must be able to prove that your cat or dog has not visited any country outside the EU during the last six months.

Each place you will visit and each hotel has its own rules about your pet. Don’t forget to contact your hotel for details.


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