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7 COUNTRIES IN THE AMERICAS YOU CAN TRAVEL TO WITHOUT A VISA

We all want to quickly pack our suitcases and travel to the most beautiful destinations without an obstacle. However, we face many obstacles. Getting a visa is at the top of these obstacles. Many procedures with visas make this process very difficult. Because of this, we’re trying to make choices based on where we can go without being stuck in this tough process rather than where we want to go. The following list of countries, located in the Americas, are exempt from visa requirements which you will most definitely enjoy. Here are 7 countries in the Americas you can travel to without a visa. 

 

Argentina 

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Argentina, located in South America and identified with Tango, is among the countries that can be visited cheaply if done in an experienced manner. This Latin American country has a lot of visitors. As a Turkish citizen, it is possible to stay up to 90 days free of charge. Soccer lovers can see two separate leagues in two periods of the year. Apart from the cities from the Colonial period and the spectacular architecture, Buenos Aires must also be visited. 

 

The Bahamas

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The Bahamas known officially as the Commonwealth of The Bahamas is in the North American continent. There are up to 700 islands in the Bahamas and the most important island, Nassau, is also the capital. If you go to the Bahamas do not forget to taste the seafood. There are no direct flights to the Bahamas, which is suitable for visiting 12 months of the year but only connecting flights from the UK.   

 

Brazil 

 

Latin dances, Rio Carnival, football, music and more...Perhaps the most special country to travel to without a visa in the Americas! With the removal of visa requirements in 2001, Brazil has its own style with the influx of tourists visiting every year. Do not forget to visit Rio known as “City of God”. 

 

Colombia

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Settlement to Colombia, which Bogota is the capital city, began in the 15th century. The crime rate in Colombia is now a bit high, which was a destination for tourists 20 years ago. But it is still worth seeing. The tropical climate and magnificent nature make it a must see the place. In Colombia, which is on the agricultural front, you can see the best quality of banana, sugar, and coffee.  Do not forget to visit Cartagena, which is on the UNESCO cultural heritage list! 

 

Uruguay 

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Uruguay, located in South America, has a peaceful structure with a spectacular beachfront. People are happy and humble. Its native language is Guarani and the capital is Montevideo. The largest population is in Montevideo. Colonia del Sacramento, the oldest city in the country, and the capital Montevideo must be visited. You can also take tango lessons, go to the beach, and enjoy a barbecue. You can enjoy Uruguay for up to 90 days without the requirement of a visa.  

 

Chile 

 

Chile, located in South America extends approximately 4300 km long. In the country where you can view the sunset and sunrise at the same time, Santiago, the capital city, must be visited. Do not forget to visit San Cristobal Hill and La Vega Market in the country where you can experience different climates. 

 

Turks and Caicos Islands 

 

Turks and Caicos located in the Caribbeans are made up of two island groups. These two island groups which consist of many beauties is also surrounded by deep blue waters. The name Turks and Caicos Islands are named after the Turk’s Head Cactus or Fez Cactus. This destination is among the important places which can be visited without the requirements of a visa. 

These articles may also be of interest:  

●    Travel Destinations Without the Need of a Visa
●    A Guide to Getting a Schengen Visa
●    A Step by Step Guide for Preparing a Suitcase

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