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Facts about Greece

Greece is known for its world heritage sites, islands, seas, and beaches. Democracy, western philosophy, western literature, historiography, political science, major scientific and mathematical principles are considered to have originated from Greece. Tourists visiting the country can be assured of being engaged throughout their time in the country.  
 
In 2018, the country played host to over 33 million foreign tourists which made it one of the most visited countries in the world. Olympia, Greece, is popular for being the original birthplace of the Olympics Games. The tourism industry is a major contributing factor to the Gross Domestic Product in Greece. The industry is responsible for contributing 18% to the country’s GDP.
 
Indecent dressing and behavior are not tolerated, prison sentences or fines will be issued to anyone caught in the act. Anyone who is caught driving under the influence of alcohol will be fined or imprisoned. Always make sure you request a receipt whenever you buy anything in the country.

Basic Travel Requirements for Filipinos visiting Greece

  • A signed printout of the application form for Greece.
  • A copy of the information pages of your valid signed Filipino passport with at least 1 year of remaining validity.
  • Two passports photograph size (35mm x 45mm) with a white background.
  • An Embassy fee of 60 Euros must be paid at the time of appointment.
  • Copy of driver's license, state-issued ID, or major utility bill (Water, Gas, Electric, Sewage) for the most recent month, showing the applicant's name and current address.
  • Proof of travel itinerary, hotel reservations, and airline reservations.
  • Medical Insurance.
  • Original and one copy of bank statements from the past three months.
  • Additional documents for minors (under the age of 18). An original notarized Letter of Consent signed by both parents/guardian, authorizing travel to Greece.
  • Proof of sufficient funds to support travel.

Types of Greece Visa

Types of Visa Processing Time Duration of Stay
Business Visa 6 days 90 days
Medical Visa 5 working days 90 days
Student Visa 1-4 weeks 3 months
Work Visa 15 days 90 days
Tourist Visa 15 days 90 days

Visas of Greece Fees

Visa Type Sub Type Visa Fees
Business Visa 180.00 (EUR)
Medical Visa 180.00 (EUR)
Student Visa 90.00 (EUR)
Work Visa 60.00 (EUR)
Tourist Visa 60.00 (EUR)

FAQs about Visas of Greece

Do I need a passport to travel to Greece? ?

While traveling within Europe, you only need your Identity card. However, keep in mind that airlines and other carriers require a valid passport and/or identity card. Citizens coming from countries that have not yet joined Schengen Area may require a visa to enter Greece.

What is the best time to visit Greece ?

The best Time to Visit Greece for Good Weather is from May to October that has lots of sunny weather. July and August are the hottest months. Best Time to Visit Greece for Honeymoon is June and September.

Is Greek food healthy ?

The traditional Greek diet is both flavorful and healthy.  It is rich in antioxidants, healthy fats, fiber, vitamins, and minerals.  By increasing Greek staples like olive oil, seafood, herbs, fruits, and vegetables in your diet, you can improve your overall nutrition and help fight off chronic disease.

What are the top things to see in Greece ?

Besides the capital, Athens, top things to see on the mainland include Ancient Delphi and the monasteries of Meteora. But most people come here to catch a ferry to the islands; Santorini, Mykonos, Zakynthos, Corfu, and Crete are the most popular to visit.

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Business Visa from Philippines to Greece

This visa is issued to Filipinos traveling to Greece with the intention of engaging in business activities. Applicants of this visa must provide evidence of a clean criminal record from the last three years. An invitation letter from the host company in Greece is required. The letter should be written in both Greek and English. The invitation letter should introduce the applicant and state the duration and purpose of the applicant’s visit. The business visa allows the Philippine to attend and participate in trade fairs, conferences, and business seminars relating to their profession. A passport with a validity of 6 months. The philippine visiting the country to attend a conference should provide an invitation letter from the company or authorized body to attend events connected with trade. A letter from the applicant’s employer stating the applicant’s job position, salary level and length of employment should be provided. A certificate of business Incorporation of company in Greece. The business visa can be used for negotiation and signing business contracts with their partners during business meetings. Medical insurance is required.

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Medical Visa from Philippines to Greece

Medical visa application form Two passport photographs (35mm x 45mm). Proof of travel documents. A passport valid for at least 6 months. A copy of your passport’s data page. A document that shows details regarding your flight to Greece and back, including flight numbers and dates. Travel Medical Insurance. Proof of accommodation in the medical clinic (if applicable) Proof of civil status. Marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, death certificate of spouse, if applicable. Proof of payment visa application. Proof that the applicant has sufficient financial means to pay the medical expenses and other related expenses throughout their treatment.  A letter from a doctor/clinic/hospital in the home country of the visa candidate, that he or she needs medical treatment in Greece. Official confirmation of the treatment/appointment by the receiving medical institution (hospital/clinic) in Greece. Proof of advance payment of the treatment / financial arrangements with the medical doctor in Greece. Confirmed accommodation in the Medical Clinic. A letter of consent from the parents/guardian, stating that he/she has no objection about their child traveling alone to Greece (If applicable). Proof of accommodation/hotel reservation.

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Student Visa from Philippines to Greece

A duly signed and accomplished study visa application form. A medical certificate issued by a recognized medical institution in the country showing that the applicant does not suffer from a contagious disease is required. A study visa is issued to foreign nationals who have been accepted to study full-time in a higher education establishment in Greece. A letter of acceptance from the institution that the applicant has been accepted into should be provided.  If the applicant of this visa is under the age of 18 years, a letter of consent signed by the person exercising parental authority is required. Applicants of this visa are to present proof of a clean criminal record. The letter of acceptance should be printed on the institution's letterhead and must state the course the applicant will be studying. Proof of sufficient finance during the stay in Greece.  The Consular Authority in Greece offers a visa valid for up to 1 year and then issue a residence permit valid until the end of the applicant’s study. The certificate which proves that the applicant has sufficient knowledge of the Greek language should be provided if the applicant will be studying a language course. Applicants are required to provide a duly completed and signed application form when applying for a residence permit.

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Work Visa from Philippines to Greece

This visa is issued to foreigners who just got employment opportunities in Greece. The work visa application form must be completely filled out. Applicant's passport photographs (35mm x 45mm). Employee’s original passport and photocopy. A copy of the valid company card. A valid commercial license of the company. Payment of work visa application fee is required. A valid health certificate is required. Employee's educational certificates and other evidence of professional qualifications are required. Sponsoring company’s valid trade license Three copies of the employment contract – one for the employer, one for the employee and one for the Ministry of Labor A valid passport with a minimum of six months is required. The medical certificate should be provided. Evidence of sufficient funds. Proof of criminal background check. Some proof of your local address and mobile contact.

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Tourist Visa from Philippines to Greece

The tourist visa is issued to citizen of the Philippines traveling to Greece with the intention of sightseeing and relaxing. This visa is for an applicant who has the intention of visiting their friends or relatives who reside in Greece. If invited by a host, a letter of invitation from your host in Greece should be provided. An original certificate of employment for the last three years is required.  Medical insurance is required. You are required to provide a criminal record from the last three years. This should be certified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Minors applying for this visa are required to be in possession of the original copy of their birth certificate. Proof of sufficient funds to support your travel. You are not permitted to engage in business activities during your time  A philippine resident permit is required. All documents to be submitted should be in photocopies but originals must be submitted during the visa interview. An original passport with a validity of 6 months.

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