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Embassy of Bolivia

The Embassy of Bolivia in Mexico City is in the Veronica Anzures neighborhood. This is the consular seat of Bolivia’s diplomatic mission to Mexico and offers consular services to Bolivian citizens, as well as to those from other countries wishing to visit Bolivia.

The two countries are both members of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, the Latin American Integration Association, the Organization of American States, Organization of Ibero-American States, and the United Nations. Both countries are signatories to multiple bilateral agreements, too.

Trade between the two countries goes well back into the colonial era, when silver produced in the Potosi mines would return to the Colony of New Spain. So important were the mines of Bolivia that the Mexican state of San Luis Potosi is named for the mines, (although it also bears the name of the sainted King of France, Louis IX). At the time, Bolivia was part of the Viceroyalty of Peru, and later of Rio de la Plata (Argentina). Since independence in the early 19th century, both countries have enjoyed nearly uninterrupted diplomatic relations.

History has only recently begun to note that both nations are also host to important and ancient indigenous cultures. These have increasingly formed the basis for the ongoing cultural exchange between Mexico and Bolivia. In Mexico City, this includes annual fairs, the Bolivian embassy is a frequent supporter of such events in Mexico City, and indeed, across much of Mexico.

Hours: Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

How to get here


La ESPAC, Anzures

Nearest at 0.11 kms.

Embassy of the Philippines

Nearest at 0.28 kms.

Reina de la Paz, Verónica Anzures

Nearest at 0.34 kms.


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One of Mexico City's true landmark hotels . . .

Embassy of the Philippines

The seat of the Filipino Diplomatic Mission to Mexico . . .

Glorieta de los Hongos

Four quiet neighborhood parks recall a glorious past . . .

Reina de la Paz, Verónica Anzures

One of the early round churches, this one stands out in Verónica Anzures.

Plaza de las Estrellas

One of Mexico City's oldest commercial shopping centers

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