Vietnam eliminates Visa requirement for Brits
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Vietnam really wants you to visit. For a quick boost in tourism, Vietnam lifted visa regulations meaning British citizens no longer need to apply for a visa to enter the country. A dispute with China over islands in the South China Sea has put stress on the exchange of tourists, making Vietnam’s relationship with European travellers even more crucial. As long as tourists are planning to stay for less than 15 days they can backpack, sight see or whatever they fancy without the hassle and cost of a visa. The change goes into effect on July 1st and will continue until 30th June 2016. The avoidance of obtaining a visa will mean that tourists will save at least £54 on their travels, the cost of a single-entry visa. Vietnam has targeted other nations as well, with the same rules applying to French, German, Spanish and Italian citizens. So if you’re looking to explore Vietnam’s dense natural beauty, start planning your trip now. Be a super-saver and book in the next year to shave down the price.
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