Explanation of the 90/180 Days Rule
Have you been confused about what the 90/180 days rule is all about? It is pretty
simple. As stated earlier, every country member or citizen outside the European
region can stay in any European country for 90 days within 180 days.
Here is how the rule works. If a foreigner wants to travel to any of the
EU ETIAS countries
or Schengen countries, such a person would need to count 180 days backward and
check if they have been in any of the European Union countries or
Schengen zone countries
for more than 90 days.
In many cases, foreigners do not know how to go about this calculation. As a result,
they stay beyond their allowed period without knowing. Some even feel that there is
no problem with overstaying. But on the contrary, there are punitive measures for
overstayers. You can use the EU time calculator to know how long you can stay in a