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Can ProColombia provide me with advertising material for commercial use?

Because it is part of a PROCOLOMBIA institutional campaign, this material cannot be provided for direct commercial use. We recommend using images on Flickr by contacting the rights-owners of that material, which is quite varied. You can do so at the following link:

Where can I find statistics on tourism?

CITUR (Tourist Information Center) is a comprehensive system for the management of tourism statistics in Colombia. The Center monitors industry trends and generates data for the formulation, assessment, monitoring and coordination of policies for the development of the sector, making use of...


This is the medium for general information on tourism in Colombia. As your request is related to PROCOLOMBIA but is not handled by this department, we request that you ask your questions through our FAQ service:

Where can I find information on tour operators?

We recommend contacting tour operators and/or travel agencies through: a. . At the top of the page, you’ll find several options in blue. Select “Practical Information” and then “Tourist Directory.” Here you'll find service providers and tour...

What types of things are there to see in Colombia?

Colombia is a country full of natural and cultural riches. We invite you to visit , our country's official tourism website to learn more. Click the pink link entitled "Plan your trip", follow the instructions, and fill in the required information:Where are you from? Enter your...


The landscape of Bogotá, marked by the green of the Andes to the east, is spectacularly one-of-a-kind. Apart from the...
Cartagena Colombia


Cartagena de Indias

The historic center enclosed by the walls of Cartagena is the soul of the city that inspired Gabriel García Márquez,...

Santa Marta

Near the birthplace of Gabriel García Márquez, the father of magical realism, Santa Marta’s beach captivates with...
Medellín - Where spring is eternal

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia


From the mountains that surround the capital of Antioquia you can see how the Medellín River runs parallel to the Metro...


Cali, founded in 1536, can be explored on foot: walk under the shade of trees along the riverbank, admire the...

San Andrés

In the islands, a UNESCO Seaflower Biosphere Reserve, tourists are amazed with the colors of marine life; have fun with...

Photo by: ProColombia


The jungle is the unique backdrop of many experiences in Chocó; it entirely surrounds the beach and seems to want to...


Popayán’s historical and cultural richness is reflected in its buildings, especially during Holy Week when tradition...
Catedral de sal de zipaquirá

Photo by: ProColombia


Those who come to visit the monument Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral can play right there with a climbing wall. Close to other...
Santa fe de Antioquia - The soul of Antioquia

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Santa fe de Antioquia

With a pleasant climate and average temperatures of 80°F, Santa Fe de Antioquia is a good destination for walking...
Valledupar - The birthplace of vallenato

Photo by: John Murgas


In Valledupar vallenato music, paid tribute to in several monuments, celebrates the atmosphere of the city. The...
Manizales - See the volcano from the city



Founded on October 12, 1849 by settlers from Antioquia, Manizales is known for hosting a wide variety of cultural...


The department of Nariño’s natural wealth is huge. It contains every thermal zone, and ranges in altitude from 6.5 feet...


Barranquilla is known as the Golden Gate of Colombia because in the late nineteenth century it served as an entrance...
Mompox - A destination rich in history and tradition

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia


Magical realism is alive and well here. In his novel “The General in His Labyrinth,” Gabriel García Márquez refers to...