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Colombia, the risk is wanting to stay
The article underscores the natural beauty of Colombia’s oceans, without ignoring the beauty of the interior of the country. A spectacular tour of the most famous tourist destinations in Colombia: Cartagena de Indias, the natural parks system, the Café Triangle, and the adventure activities that may be done in Colombia.
Graphic reportage of the Barranquilla’s Carnival, that shows one of the most competing fancies, in homage of the black palenqueras that sell fruits in the north of the country.
Do you know Bogotá?
This article was published in one of the most read travel websites in Brazil. It talks about the great variety of choices that have the tourists that visit Bogotá, like tasting the typical Colombia coffee, having a promenade in the colonial streets of Candelaria, taking a night ride in a chiva, or going up to Monserrate to have the real view of the capital.
Well situated, Colombia has the Atlantic and Pacific
This magazine which specializes in diving, dedicated eight pages to Colombia, not only to talk about the natural beauty of its two oceans, but also to talk about its beautiful cities. San Andres, Cartagena, Santa Marta and Bogota are the main actors of this interesting article.
Medellín de portas abertas
The city of the eternal spring is described in this article as one of the main industrial and commercial centres of Colombia. Its vibrant modernity is rich in a variety of restaurants, cultural settings, and an exciting nightlife.
A review of compulsory stops for a traveler to Bogotá and its area of influence. La Candelaria District and Monserrate Peak are described, as well as the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral, considered a marvel of the world.
Surprise of the Andes
A visit to Bogotá as a city that distances itself from paradigms and offers pleasant surprises. Journalist Jones Lopes da Silva bears his testimony as a traveler to the city, highlighting security, the road system, and transportation.