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Convention Centers

Infrastructure developed to post high level is a principal component of our effort to make conferences and conventions...
Destinations - Events

Cultural events in Amazonas

Traditional festivities and celebrations in this part of the country bring indigenous communities closer to their customs.
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Holiday Inn Hotel, Bucaramanga

Holiday Inn Hotel

Located inside the "Cacique" Shopping Mall, it stands 18 stories high with 190 modern rooms overlooking Bucaramanga or...

Holiday Inn Express Hiex Medellin

The hotel is strategically located in "El Poblado" area and features top-quality customer service. Business travelers...
Holiday Inn Express, Bogotá

Holiday Inn Express

The Holiday Inn Express Bogota Hotel is located in the prestigious and modern area of the 93rd Street Park, surrounded...
Destinations - Meetings and Conventions
Barranquilla, a great business destination  - A city of Joy and business

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Barranquilla, a great business destination

Happiness in this city declared by UNESCO as a immaterial cultural heritage of humanity is the soul of the city where...

Cali, destination for entrepreneurs

The great importance of music and dance in Cali has earned this city the title of the 'world capital of salsa', a...
FAQ

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 www.colombia.travel , 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...

What should be the period of validity of my passport when visiting Colombia?

To visit our country, the expiry date of your passport should not be less than 6 months or 180 days. If you are not a citizen of a MERCOSUR country you must renew your passport which should be valid for 10 years.

What is the weather like in Colombia?

You can visit Colombia year-round, but rainy seasons usually occur between April and June and between September and November. Due to its tropical climate, the rainy season in Colombia often means brief rainstorms are followed within minutes by beautiful sunshine and blue skies. Similarly, due to...
Destinations - What to eat

What to eat at Santa Marta

The wide variety of good quality restaurants serving national and international dishes in Santa Marta has become a strong influence on their cuisine. Here are some sites.

What to eat at Bogotá

Bogotá is a major dining destination thanks to the variety of haute cuisine restaurants offering both Colombian and international food.

What to eat at Jericó

Most restaurants in Jericó serve traditional local food, but restaurants serving international dishes can also be found.

What to eat at Armenia

Most restaurants in Armenia and neighboring towns serve traditional local food, but restaurants serving international dishes can also be found.

What to eat at Cartagena

Visitors can enjoy meals at elegant restaurants dedicated to haute cuisine in the historic center, or at a diverse range of restaurants serving a combination of Creole and international cuisine.

What to eat at Monguí

Visitors to Monguí will find several restaurants that primarily serve typical food of Boyaca. In some places you can eat international dishes.

What to eat at Salamina

In Salamina there are several restaurants serving typical food primarily from the departments of Caldas and Antioquia. In some places you can also eat international dishes.

What to eat at Girón

Restaurants around Girón square serve traditional Santander and Colombian food. Some boutique hotels in the area offer haute cuisine.

What to eat at Santa fe de Antioquia

Most restaurants in Santa Fe de Antioquia serve traditional local food, but restaurants serving international dishes can also be found.

What to eat at Amazonas

There are restaurants serving traditional regional dishes in Leticia and Puerto Nariño, but the most authentically prepared food is often found in indigenous communities.

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