There are many ways to get Vietnam visa for Spanish passport holders such as at the embassy, applying for e-visa and getting visa on arrival. If you’re only going to Vietnam for a short time, you don’t even need to apply for a visa to Vietnam for Spanish.

VN visa requirements for Spanish citizens

The Vietnamese Government waives visas for Spanish citizens under unilateral agreement with a temporary stay in Vietnam not exceeding 15 days from the date of entry, regardless of passport type, entry purpose, as long as they meet all the conditions prescribed by Vietnamese law.

In addition to being exempted from Vietnam visa for less than 15 days, Spanish citizens are also eligible for 30 days visa exemption if they directly visit Phu Quoc from a country/territory outside Vietnam.

Spain passport holders who want to stay longer must apply for a visa at the embassy or electronic visa or visa on arrival. Each application will have different procedures. If you are not familiar with these procedures, you can refer to the procedures for Vietnam visa for Spanish citizens below.

How to get Vietnam visa for Spanish passport holders

Get Vietnam visa for Spain passport holder at the embassy

The Vietnam embassy in Spain or any embassy/consulate of Vietnam will be responsible for issuing Vietnam visa for Spain passport holder. You go to the embassy to apply for a visa. After approval, if the application is eligible, the embassy will issue an entry visa for you.

Getting an e-visa to Vietnam for Spanish citizens

You provide the information on the form to submit an e-visa application. After signing, you will be given a profile code. If approved, use this code to download and print your e-visa.

Getting a VN visa on arrival

  • Step 1: Enter information and pay the service for the VOA service provider.
  • Step 2: Receive the approval letter from the Vietnam Immigration Department.
  • Step 3: Fly to Vietnam for customs clearance and visa stamp.

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