The Kingdom of Spain is a country located in the southwest of Europe. Spain is rich in historical events and ancient folk merges. You may see the most beautiful patterns of world architecture and painting in Spain, such as Celtic and Greek, Roman and Gothic, Arabian and Christian. Spain, the native land of corrida and guitar, is a country of indomitable passion, insurmountable love and unsurpassed courage. If you are bored by life commonness and long for romance-tinted diversity go to Spain, 'el pais del sol', or 'the country of the sun' in English.
To get a visa you may turn to any Spain embassy. Spain is a country of Schengen Agreement, which fact means that your visa is valid on the territory of 10 participating countries. You should submit to Spain embassy all the documents required: a valid passport, 4 photos, an invitation letter from Spanish juridical or natural persons, 3 visa application forms. A letter of invitation must include the clause ensuring that all transport, food, accommodation and other expenses are to be borne by the inviting person. If the latter is not envisaged you should have an insurance policy, its availability not depending on the travel purpose.
If your stay in the country won't exceed a month Spain embassy will draw a visa up within 10 days. If you intend to be in Spain for about 3 months, you'll have to wait 30 days for your visa. And, at last, if you need a visa to be granted for a longer period you must acquire some immovable property in Spain and get 2 certificates: a medical certificate and a police one. In this case Spain embassy will get ready with your visa within 2 or 3 months.
Schengen Visa is very convenient when going to a tour and planning to visit a number of European countries. Such a visa saves your time and money and lets you travel with no limits.
There are ten countries participating in the Schengen Agreement: Austria, Belgium, Greece, Spain, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Germany, Portugal and France. There are no formal borders between them, and frontier guards control the entry only in case of some suspicion. There are also states, which citizens don't need a visa to get to Spain. These are Andorra, Liechtenstein, Monaco and Switzerland. If you are a citizen of one of the countries mentioned you only need a national identification document.
Spain has long-standing cultural, political and economic relations with Canada. Thus, Canadians also have some advantages compared to citizens of other states. If their stay in the country lasts no more than 3 months Canadian citizens don't need a visa to enter Spain. All they need is to refer to the Spanish consulate in Toronto or Montreal before leaving Canada. If you are not a Canadian citizen you'll have to pass through a usual procedure of getting a visa at Spain embassy. You should also know that the consulate requirements will depend on your nationality and situation.
There are many countries in the world, which have a deal to see, Spain to be in the top ten. So, don't hesitate if you have a chance to go to this miraculous country, and head straight for Spain embassy to get entry permit. And if you don't have such an opportunity just now do your best to get it. Spain is really worth looking at.