US citizens will need to pay for a visa to travel to Europe starting in 2024
The European Union will require visitors, including those from the US, to obtain pre-approval via the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) beginning in 2024. 

The application form, available on the ETIAS website and mobile app, requires a fee of 7 euros or $7.79 US dollars. 

American citizens and travelers from 60 other countries will require an ETIAS visa waiver to visit any of the Schengen-zone countries for short stays. 

The authorization will be valid for up to three years or until the visitor’s passport expires. The travel authorization is only necessary to enter 30 European countries, including Spain, Germany, France, and Greece.

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