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Latin American tourists are increasingly welcome in Europe

Countries worldwide are relaxing entry requirements for Latin American tourists, as evidenced by the United Kingdom's decision to favor travelers from Colombia, Peru, and Guyana.

Bolivia is on the verge of no longer requiring a Schengen visa, and Colombia is pushing the U.S. to lift visa requirements for Colombian tourists.

The U.K.'s decision to exempt nationals of Colombia, Peru and Guyana from tourist visa requirements will facilitate the arrival of Latin American tourists in Europe amid economic difficulties in several European countries.

In the case of Colombia, the resolution was announced on Sept. 18 through a . . .

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