One of the best things about retirement is almost limitless free time to travel. If you’re like many Canadian seniors, you may have plans to head to the sunny Florida Keys or other warm destinations in the U.S. Just as migrating birds move south for the winter, so do many Canadian seniors, or snowbirds, during harsh winters in Canada.
But the U.S. isn’t the only place where Canadian seniors are flocking at all times of the year. . And it’s no surprise that The United Kingdom and France hold the top two spots for European countries most visited by Canadians, due to our shared history and traditions, and world-famous destinations in both European nations.
If you’re one of millions of seniors planning to visit the U.S. or E.U. in 2023 and beyond, you’ll want to be aware of new requirements for travelling to the EU, when you need a visa for visiting the EU, and limitations on extended stays in the U.S.