How to get a tourist visa?
Since December 1, 2018, requests for Visa for France can only be done online on the France-Visas (France-visa.gouv.fr/fr_FR/web/france-visa): You complete the online application form for Visa. You make an appointment online with VFS Global.
Following the entry into force from new Community Visa Code, the cost of short-stay visas (less than 3 months) goes from 60 euros to 80 euros (and from 35 euros to 40 euros for children aged 6 to 12) from from February 2, 2020.
Africa: Benin / Burkina-Faso / Cape Verde / Gambia / Ghana / Guinea / Guinea Bissau / Liberia / Mali / Niger / Nigeria / Senegal / Sierra Leone / Togo / Central African Republic / Morocco / Mauritania / Chad / Tunisia / Republic of Congo ( Brazzaville).
the visa is a document that certifies that you are authorized to travel to a foreign country for a specific period of time. He is issued by the competent authorities of the country and can be either free or paying.
We advise you to check with the embassy or consulate (customs formalities, local customs). The HIV1 and HIV2 tests are no longer compulsory for the tourist visa, but are still in force for trips of more than 3 months.
The tourist visa is a travel document that allows you to visit and travel to a foreign country for leisure purposes. In general, you are also allowed to attend a business meeting or conference using only this visa.
The HIV1 and HIV2 tests are no longer compulsory for the tourist visa, but are still in force for trips of more than 3 months. Make sure your passport and visa are still valid upon departure. The visa exemption for stays of less than 30 days has been abolished since January 1, 2015.
You can stay for a maximum of 30 days with a tourist visa. It costs €60 if you apply at a consulate. For a transit of 72 hours maximum, the visa is not obligatory. It will be necessary to show the ticket of the country of destination to justify the transit.