Useful information for travellers from Bolivia to the EU, visas, travel restrictions, study opportunities and Member States Embassies.


Bolivian citizens require specific visas to visit or study in Europe. Schengen visa covers most of the EU countries and some additional countries in Europe

Travelling in Europe is the European Union’s official website for people traveling in the 27 countries of the EU. Whether you are on holiday or on business, you will find practical advice and helpful tips.

There is so much to discover, and all of it has been made much easier thanks to the European Union. You can move freely from one country to another within the Schengen Area in Europe. Because of the Schengen Agreement, it is possible to cross many borders within Europe without controls. Also, with the addition of the Euro in nineteen countries, the cost and the inconvenience of having to change currencies has been eliminated.


Five Member States are physically present in Bolivia

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany

Ambassador: H.E. Stefan Duppel

Embassy of the Kingdom of Spain

Ambassador: H.E. Javier Gassó

Embassy of the French Republic

Ambassador: H.E. Hélène Roos

Embassy of the Italian Republic

Ambassador: H.E. Francesco Tafuri

Embassy of the Kingdom of Sweden

Ambassador: H.E. Nicolas Wekks


Study programmes

Bolivians can apply for different study opportunities in the EU.

Erasmus+ is the EU’s programme that supports mobility projects in fields related to education. Bolivia participates in the following programmes: