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Thomson Cruise Ships will Return to Cartagena in 2014

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Thomson CruisesThe European ship company Thomson Cruises included the port of Cartagena de Indias in its new itinerary across the Caribbean, which will begin operations in the 2014-2015 season. Around 2,000 people are expected to arrive on these ships to the Colombian coast.

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The Renowned Spanish Journalist and Travel Blogger Paco Nadal Visits Colombia

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Paco NadalThe writer, journalist, director of documentaries, photographer and, in particular, travel blogger, Paco Nadal, began a tour in Colombia on Friday invited by Proexport Colombia.

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According to Trip Advisor, the Best New Hotel in the World is in Cartagena

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The Best New Hotel in the World is in CartagenaBased on the votes of millions of users from Trip Advisor, the Internet portal specializing in tourism, Casa San Agustin in Cartagena was selected as the most distinguished new hotel in the world, compared with 30 other hotels that were opened last year in Asia, America and Europe.

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Unique, Environmentally-Friendly Experiences Will Set the Pace in the Tourism Industry

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Environmentally-Friendly ExperiencesAccording to Maria Claudia Lacouture, in the next few years, tourists seeking unique experiences in leisure or meetings destinations will be younger, more environmentally responsible and more innovative.

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The Cruise Industry is at Full Throttle after the FCCA Conference in Cartagena

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industria-crucerosAfter participating in the FCCA conference that gathered the top company executives in the sector, two cruise lines announced their plans to increase cruise arrivals in Colombian ports.

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