During vacation time, many Colombians decide to travel abroad to see new countries and thus explore new cultures. Nevertheless, in some parts of the world, it is a requirement for the inhabitants of the country who only have a passport, present some type of visa, be it the North American or another corresponding to the place they wish to visit.
But having only the Colombian passport without any visa is no impediment to visiting various places in the world, since there are countries that allow the entry of citizens of this nationality as tourists on several continents.
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With a few exceptions, Colombians can enter multiple countries on the continent only carrying their passport. This is the case for Belize, Barbados, Bonaire, Cuba, Curaçao, Dominica, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, and the Dominican Republic in Central America and the Caribbean, and Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Ecuador, Paraguay, and Peru in South America.
In the ‘old continent’, various countries of the European Union allow Colombians to visit without the need for a visa. This applies to Germany, Austria, Belgium, Vatican City, Croatia, Denmark, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Greece, Hungary, Iceland and Italy.
For Far Eastern countries the same principle also applies: CSouth Korea, United Arab Emirates, Philippines, Hong Kong, Israel, Maldives, Qatar and SingaporeColombians do not require any other document apart from the passport.
In the case of Africa, there are few countries that allow Colombians to enter only carrying a passport. This applies only in Mayotte, Réunion and Morocco.
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For people who wish to process their passport, they must fill out a form on the Foreign Ministry page and request an appointment in person to obtain the document. The cost of an ordinary passport is 172,000 pesos. Executive passports cost 262,000 pesos, and emergency passports cost 161,000 pesos.