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Foreign Office advises travellers of more disturbances

Friday, November 23rd, 2007

The UK Foreign Office has advised travellers of disturbances that are expected to take place in La Paz, El Alto and Sucre between the 22nd and 27th of November. Some violence is expected, especially in Sucre.


The Congress building in La Paz, where demonstrations are expected.
(Photographed in July 2000)

The full bulletin can be read here.



Foreign Office advises travellers of disturbances

Saturday, November 17th, 2007

The UK Foreign Office has advised travellers of disturbances that are expected to take place in Tarija, Sucre, La Paz and El Alto between the 16th and 23rd of November.

The full bulletin can be read here.



Foreign Office advice on travelling to Santa Cruz

Wednesday, October 24th, 2007

The UK Foreign office has removed the warning about travelling to Santa Cruz from their latest advice update.

The full advice for Bolivia can be found at the FCO website here.



Foreign Office advice on travelling to Santa Cruz

Monday, October 22nd, 2007

The UK Foreign Office has issued an update to the travel advice that it offers for visitors to Bolivia to reflect the situation at Santa Cruz.

“The airport in Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Viru Viru) is currently suffering industrial unrest. There is an increased risk of cancellation of international flights. You should check with your travel agents or airlines before going to the airport.”

The full advice for Bolivia can be found at the FCO website here.



 

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