Egypt visa on arrival
Last updated: February 3, 2021
Swedish citizens can get a visa on arrival for travelling to Egypt . The maximum duration of stay is 30 days. You can also find visa exemptions and useful tips from fellow travellers.
Coronavirus travel restrictions
Egypt is Moderate restrictions for travel. No quarantine is required. Find travel restrictions, quarantine and entry requirements to travel Egypt.
Get Egypt visa on arrival from Sweden
Egypt visa on arrival can be obtained at Cairo International Airport or Sharm El Sheikh Airport at the bank kiosks before the immigration counters
The process is relatively quick and easy, though you may need to wait in a queue for some time. Complete the application form, present your passport (valid for at least another six months and with a free page for the visa sticker), and pay the fee.
Max Stay: 30 days
Egypt tourist visa requirements for Swedish citizens
Standard travel documents like passport / national ID card will generally be sufficient
Egypt tourist visa visa exemption for Swedish citizens
Egypt visa exemption
Visa on Arrival
Applicable Countries: All Countries
Exemption available for
Tourist or Business Visa (B1/B2)
Work Visa (L1/L2/H1/H4)
US Green card
Short-term C-Type Schengen visa
UK tourist visa
UK student visa
UK work visa
UK permanent residency
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Do swedish citizens need a visa to go to Egypt?
No, visa is not required for Swedish citizens. You can get visa details, documents required, official website and other details for Egypt visa but if you still have question which are unanswered then you can discuss with the community
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