To go to European nations, you will need to make the accompanying plans prior to beginning your visit:
As a matter of first importance, keep your travel schedule prepared before you apply for a visa to the EU. Schengen visa covers the vast majority of the European nations. While making a trip to Europe, apply for the Schengen Tourist Visa for no less than 2-3 weeks ahead of time. On the off chance that your visa is from a Schengen country, you'll be qualified to head out to other Schengen nations too. Apply for your visa from the office or international safe haven of the country you are visiting. Notwithstanding, in case London is on your schedule, you should apply for a different visa, as Schengen doesn't cover London.
Additionally, keep other supporting archives prepared alongside the identification and visa as and when they are needed by the authorities. Housing evidence, your full circle or return ticket, and a greeting letter (in case accessible) are not many of the docs you can keep convenient. Keep your travel insurance prepared as you would have to give it while applying for a visa.
Get your biometrics and clinical trials done; to finish the biometrics, you should go to the visa office as, since 2015, it is a compulsory practice.