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I know going London to Rome and then Copenhagen to London at the end of my upcoming Euro trip will require immigration and customs but just wanted to confirm that the 3 following routes (Rome to Prague, Prague to Berlin and Berlin to Copenhagen) are like flying domestic in the US and dont have any immigration upon entry. Is that right? Thanks
You’ll be fine. Those are all within the Schengen Zone so once you’ve cleared customs in a Schengen country it’s like a US domestic flight.
Unfortunately, the reality is different. In theory it should work as @MidSouthSkiier said. However, in the last few years I very often encounter passport control (you can call it ID checks, but the sign above the kiosks said “Passport Controll” and the people who check the passports are “border guards”, not airport security officers). I often travel from one Schengen country to another, and had to go through passport control at BVA, TXL, BUD, DEB when flying between these cities. Just be prepared…..
Had no idea i thought it was just smooth sailing once within Schengen. Thanks for the heads up