If you are holding Schengen visa, you can enter many of the Non-Schengen countries, either by obtaining visa on arrival, or by obtaining visa online before traveling. However, customized requirements for some nationalities also exist, as described below:

  • Albania:  90 days stay for holders of C type or D type multiple entry Schengen Visa. The visa holder must have entered one of the Schengen states before at least one time.

  • Antigua and Barbuda:   30 days stay.  US$ 100 visa waiver fee payable by the traveler. 

  • Belarus:   3 days stay only and for Chinese nationals only.

  • Bulgaria:  90 days stay for the holders of C type double or multiple-entry Schengen visa.

  • Bosnia and Herzegovina: 15 days stay for multiple-entry Schengen visa holders.

  • Croatia:  90 days stay for holders of C type double or multiple-entry Schengen visa.

  • Cyprus:  90 days stay for holders of C type double or multiple-entry Schengen visa.

  • Costa Rica: 30 days stay for holders of multiple entry Schengen visa.

  • Colombia:  90 days stay for holders of any type Schengen visa.

  • Dominican Republic: 90 days stay for holder of any type Schengen visa.

  • El Salvador:  90 days stay but not for all nationalities. Please check with El Salvador immigration office or embassy/consulate in your country to find out.

  • Gibraltar: 21 days stay allowed but not for all nationalities. Contact Gibralter immigration office or embassy/consulate in your country to find out if you’re exempted from their visa.

  • Georgia: 90 days stay for holders of any type Schengen visa.

  • Guatemala: 90 days stay but not for all nationalities. Contact Guatemala immigration office or embassy/consulate in your country to find out if you’re exempted from their visa.

  • Honduras:  90 days stay but not for all nationalities. Contact Honduras immigration office or embassy/consulate in your country to find out if you’re exempted from their visa.

  • Jamaica: 30 days but not for all nationalities. Contact Jamaica immigration office or embassy/consulate in your country to find out if you’re exempted from their visa.

  • Macedonia: 15 days if you hold C-type Schengen visa, still valid for another entry in Schengen area and must be valid for at least five days beyond your stay in a Schengen country.

  • Montenegro: 30 days stay allowed for holders of any Schengen visa.

  • Nicaragua: 90 days stay but not applicable to all nationalities. Contact Nicaragua immigration office or embassy/consulate in your country to find out if you’re exempted from their visa.

  • Philippines: 7 days stay for Indian and Chinese passport holders only.

  • Panama: 180 days stay allowed if your Schengen visa is valid for at least two more entries in Schengen area.

  • Romania: 90 days stay for holders of double or multiple entry C type Schengen visa.

  • Serbia: 90 days for holders of any type Schengen visa.

  • Sao Tome and Principe: 15 days for holders of any type Schengen visa.

  • Turkey:  Many nationalities can apply for Turkish visa online if they hold Schengen visa.
These was the list of Non-Schengen Visa-Free countries If You hold Schengen Visa. To learn about C-type and D-type Schengen visas, read this page.  You may also like to find out which European countries are not part of Schengen area and you need country's own visa to enter.


Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Visa_policy_of_the_Schengen_Area
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