Taking a trip always generates a feeling of pleasure and excitement, especially when the destination is completely new. But, as in everything, planning always takes time and it is important to have all the necessary documents to avoid setbacks.
In order to control access to their territory, governments apply certain limitations to travelers seeking to enter their country. Visas are the most common way to restrict access and, despite the fact that Mexico requires some (such as for the United States ), our passport is number 29 worldwide , having free passage to more than 130 countries.
Next, we tell you about 7 countries to which you can travel without a visa and save yourself the paperwork:
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Despite the fact that until very recently it was necessary to have a visa to enter this country, the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, announced last year that as of 2017 it would be eliminated. This amazing place has a lot to offer, from the cosmopolitan city of Toronto to the quaint town of Niagara-on-the-Lake. The reality is that Canada has something for all tastes and ages, and is also known for being one of the best places to study English abroad.
If you are looking for options that fit your travel and study budget, on Skyscanner you can find offers from approximately MXN $6,000 for Vancouver and Toronto.
The country of samba, caipirinha and soccer. Whether you visit Rio de Janeiro at Carnival time or Sao Paulo for its gastronomic delights, Brazil is one of the largest countries in the world and has a very extensive culture that will leave you speechless.
A quintessential green country, New Zealand is known for being the home of the Hobbits and for its outstanding natural landscapes. This destination has a lot to offer and is famous for its activities such as skydiving, diving, kayaking, windsurfing, scenic flights and much more.
This is probably one of the most expensive destinations, which is why the best advice is to get the best deals through global meta-search engines that give you a greater range of options when choosing the city you want to visit.
Morocco has a long history and is such a diverse country that you can find beaches, deserts, mountains, nature, delicious food and places to shop. Given the proximity between the two, you can visit them on the same trip without any problem.
That is far away! It’s the first thing we think of when we hear about Japan. But if we forget distance for a moment, Japan offers places like Hakone, the Kawachi Fuji garden in Fukuoka or Takeda Castle, which means castle in the sky. Its capital Tokyo is without a doubt one of the most vibrant cities on the planet with more than 13 million inhabitants, so – for sure – you will never get bored and you will find various activities that will always keep you entertained.
The country of chocolate – statistics say that a person consumes up to 12kg a year – and of cheese, is another destination that you can visit without a visa. Its greatest peculiarity is that, being a relatively small country, it is divided into 3 cultures; German, Italian and French, creating the feeling of being in a small extension of the country of origin.
Skyscanner offers flights to Zurich, Basel, Geneva, Bern or Lugano. Of course, with one or another scale, but to visit this country they are worth it.
This Scandinavian country is a wonder, from the unmissable fjords to the Viking Ship Museum and the natural landscapes. Another of the things that make Norway something incredible is the enviable tranquility with which its inhabitants live and the curiosity of visiting it in summer and enjoying 19 continuous hours of light. If you are looking for a different place, with a very particular history, Norway is your destination.
As you can see, visiting incredible countries, full of history and natural wealth is not as difficult as we might think. If procedures and paperwork are not your thing, these 7 countries may be the perfect destination to travel without a visa.