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The '''Schengen Agreement''', as far as
travelers are concerned, basically dissolves borders within all member countries. Once you have entered the Schengen area, you may travel freely within all member countries for 90 days without having to cross passport control points. If you are a citizen of one of these countries, you can travel within all member countries without any limits and without a passport. Therefore, the Schengen agreement extension will reveal to be a hassle for Non-EU passport holder, as the nearest border to cross and back (for a new 90 days) will be less reachable.
For Canadian, US, Australian, Neo-Zelandese passport holders, the remaining options will be to cross to the [[United Kingdom]] or go down to the Balkans and [[Ukraine]] once you're nearing your 90 days limits within Schengen.
Notice that sometimes
at Schengen borders, especially while going with the train, policemen do come on board and ask to see your documents. Usually it's trouble-free, but they tend to harass Balkans and Turks more often than others.