With the coming of a new year, traveling around the world will probably be among the goals of many Colombians.

Again, the visa requirement that some countries have to enter their territory can frustrate these plansbecause most of the time the process of editing this document is long and expensive.


Therefore, below you can see the comprehensive list of destinations that can only be entered with your passport. According to the information shared by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Colombian:

Chile, Dominican Republic, Bolivia, Venezuela, Argentina, Brazil, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Uruguay, Ecuador, Guatemala, Guyana, Peru, Trinidad and Tobago, Honduras, Barbados, Bahamas, Aruba, Curaçao, Jamaica, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines , Belize, Suriname, Paraguay, Cuba, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Martin, Martinique, French Guiana, Saint Eustatius, Saint Barthelemy, Saba Island and Dominica.

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United Kingdom, Greece, Spain, Germany, Georgia, Noriega, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Sweden, Latvia, Cyprus, Turkey, Slovenia, Finland, France, Hungary, Monaco, Vatican and Switzerland, Lithuania, Italy, Russia, San Marino, Belgium , Luxembourg, Denmark, Croatia, Czech Republic, Austria, Albania, Estonia, Moldova, Kosovo, Montenegro, Netherlands, Liechtenstein, Slovenia, Andorra, Poland, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Portugal, Romania, Iceland and Malta.

New Chalcedon, Wallis and Futuna, Samoa and French Polynesia.

South Korea, Maldives, Philippines, Hong Kong, Israel, Qatar and Singapore.

(Also: Check-in: This is how you can do it online).

Morocco, Reunion and Mayotte.

At the end of December, Luis Gilberto Murillo, Colombian ambassador to the United States, spoke with EL TIEMPO about different aspects of the relationship between the two countries. One of the main themes was migration.

The Ambassador explained that great progress has been made on visas for Colombian tourists wishing to visit the United States. One of them is, for example, reducing the waiting period for the issuance of this document from 850 days to 45 days.

He also said that they are working on the process so that Colombians can travel to US territory visa-free soon.

Murillo told EL TIEMPO, “This has certain requirements and we are working to meet them. Minister of Homeland Security Alejandro Majorkas expressed during his recent visit to Colombia that he is open to moving forward in this long-term process.” .


Source: Exame

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