Vietnam is a significant tourist destination for South Koreans. And you may also find the frequent and the most economical flights between the two nations, which make the travel even more convenient for South Korean citizens.
Germany is on the exemption list of Vietnam visa requirements. If any German citizen is traveling to Vietnam for a stay, which is less than 15 days, then it will be a Visa-free entry. Thus, it is a Visa-free entry to Vietnam. Further, as per this exemption, there should be a minimum gap of 30 days in between two visa-free entries.
So basically, if you are planning a stay of more than 15 days, than you require a Vietnam visa. It is applicable either for your tourist purpose or business purpose.
Here we guide you through the visa types you may obtain for visiting Vietnam for more than 15 exempted days. The visa options available for the German citizens are:
One of the most feasible options available for the German citizens is the Visa on arrival. It is a visa type that is only applicable if you are traveling to Vietnam by airplane.
The Visa is valid on any of the Vietnam international airport entry points. You can present your visa approval letter at the airport to the immigration authorities to get a visa stamp.
Visa on arrival is an online applicable visa type. You fill an online form along with your visa fee to receive a visa approval letter from the immigration department.
Thus, you can board your flight with the approved visa letter along with the other necessary documents. The documents are:
Thus, you can select any of the above types by paying some extra bucks for the rush or super rush processing.
VOA is the most popular choice among the people to visit Vietnam due to its less processing time and easy feasibility.
Instead, then apply for a visa at the Vietnam embassy. German residents are allowed to use for the Vietnam e-visa, easily applied via a system from your home.
Vietnam Electronic Visa is known as a single entry visa, issued for a maximum stay of 30 days in the country. It is a visa type that cannot be extendable and convertible to any other visa type.
Note, German residents won’t require a visa for getting in Vietnam if they are staying for 15 days or less. Thus, a gap of almost 30 days requires in between two visa-free Vietnam visits.
German citizens are qualified for e-visa application. You can apply online to receive your e-visa in PDF format over your email address. Take a print copy of the PDF to enter Vietnam from any of the approved entry points. There are 28 entry points where e-visa is applicable.
|Purpose of visit||Visa type||Maximum stay||Visa fee||Additional stamp fee|
|Tourist||Single entry(one month)||More than 15 days||$40||NA|
|Business||Single entry (one month)||More than 15 days||$55||NA|
If you are living near to the Vietnam embassy, then Visa at the embassy is a good option for you. As you only, have to submit your visa application and passport to the embassy to receive your Visa within 4-5 days. You can collect your passport and Visa from the embassy office.
The embassy visa type requires you to personally visit the Vietnam embassy in Germany to obtain a visa. In case the embassy office is quite far from your place, then it’s better to opt for the other visa types. The embassy authorities will communicate the visa application procedure and fees only.
Polish citizens are required to apply for the Vietnam visa depending upon their purpose of visiting Vietnam. Further, if you are looking to explore the beauty of Vietnam with your loved ones, then you should apply for the tourist visa.
New Zealand passport is probably one of the strongest passports in the world. It allows the passport holders to travel the number of nations without a visa.