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The article talks about the change the city has experienced over the few years, thanks to the investment, in part from hoteliers, focusing on luxury accommodation. It also makes reference to six hotels that offer different options, tastes and styles for tourists visiting the city.
National Coffee Park
The author writes about his experience in the Café Triangle, as part of a trip sponsored by Spirit Airlines on their first international flight to Armenia. The article makes reference to the region’s beautiful countryside, the hospitality of the people, the climate and of course, the delicious coffee.
La Candelaria, Bogotá
The article tells what La Macarena zone offers to residents of Bogotá and tourists. It is a short guide to the various kinds of restaurant, book shops, and bars found in the M Zone.
Tayrona National Park
The Caribbean beaches of the Tayrona National Park are the main theme of this article, after being named among the top 10 beaches in the world by English newspaper The Guardian. The New Herald decided to dedicate a page to this amazing destination.
Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá
Outside of Bogota there can be found several of the touristic treasures of Colombia. This article gives a brief tour of the towns surrounding the big city. The tour begins in Zipaquirá, with a visit to the famous Salt Cathedral; continues with the Lagoon of Guatavita, known for its indigenous myths and ending with Tabio, the town of the artists.
This article describes Cali as the City of salsa, where music has become the language of its inhabitants and the Salsa its form of expression. Cali is a city full of rhythms and dynamics.
The Undersea Journal is one of the most renowned magazines in the world. In this publication, it explores several sub aquatic paradise of Colombia, with wide and clear photos of its fauna and flora, also offering general information of the nearby towns and cities.
36 hours in Cartagena, Colombia
A brief journey of 36 hours in the walled city of Colombia. This article is a tour of Cartagena and its surroundings, an excellent description of the experience of visiting this beautiful colonial city.
Teatro Colón, Bogotá
Bogota has become a fashionable site and a fun destination to visit. From its great cultural offerings that include a variety of museums and historical centres, to places to party and have fun, Bogota has everything. This article walks its readers around Bogota, its neighbourhoods and sectors, festivals and customs, without forgetting the wonderful weather of the capital, that lasts all year long.
El Dorado Found
A description of one of the most representative museums of Colombia: the Gold Museum. Fifty thousand gold ceremonial objects from various pre-Columbian cultures, among them the famous Muisca raft, which is closely related to the legend of El Dorado.
An article devoted to the cicloruta (bicycle route), one of Bogota’s great sports attractions. It is over 120 kilometers long – one of the longest in the world – and takes cyclists across avenues, neighborhoods, and parks.
Arts and Crafts of Colombia
Description and images of the most representative handicrafts of Colombia exhibited at the WIPO headquarters in Geneva, thanks to the efforts of Colombian Ambassador Clemencia Forero Ucrós, who highlighted their importance in the Colombian economy.