Germany Visas

A harmonious blend of states, Germany is a historic and commercial giant with diverse attractions, engaging travellers with its dynamic cities and rural countryside.



Planning a journey to Germany but not sure where to start? Let us help you navigate the visa application process and discover the charm of Germany's historic cities, vibrant culture, and picturesque landscapes without the hassle. Travelisa provides comprehensive information on Germany's visa requirements to help ensure that you have everything you need for your application.

Whether you're visiting for tourism, business, or study, Travelisa aims to offer you valuable tips and step-by-step guidance to streamline the process so you can focus on exploring iconic landmarks like the Brandenburg Gate, experiencing the rich heritage in Berlin's museums, or the beauty of the Bavarian Alps.

Simplify your journey to Germany with Travelisa and start your adventure with confidence, knowing that you have expert assistance at your fingertips.  


Germany Visas

An overview of tourist, business, and student visas.


If you’re planning to visit Germany as a tourist, you can check if you’ll need a visa, here. Since Germany is within the Schengen Area, this visa will only allow you to travel to sightsee within the Schengen Area.

Tourist Airport Transfer

If you’re going to be travelling through German airports, there’s a possibility that you’ll need an airport transit visa, most travellers won’t need one, but nationals of certain countries will, you can find out more information on our dedicated tourist airport transfer page.


Since Germany is within the Schengen Area, this visa is the same as the short-stay Schengen visa. You’ll be able to stay in Germany for up to 90 days within a 6-month period.

Business – Work

There are a number of business travel visas to choose from when looking to work in Germany. This one in particular is most suited to you if you’re looking to stay for up to 2 years.


Have you always wanted to visit or live in Germany? As a student, you can travel there to study a course and experience life in another country.

Student Trainee

If you’re planning to travel to Germany for training or an internship, you might need a visa. This depends on your nationality or citizenship.

Last updated 28 June 2024