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Destinations - Meetings and Conventions
Cartagena will astonish you - A city of history, sea and walls

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Cartagena will astonish you

Located on the Caribbean Sea, its colonial houses, its ancient monasteries, cobblestone streets and walls that defended...
Bogotá, the host of large international events - An ideal destination for conferences, conventions and incentive tourism


Bogotá, the host of large international events

Embraced by the Andes Mountains, at 2,600 meters above sea level, Bogotá is the seat of government of Colombia and a...

Santa Marta, a city that is always ready

The waves of the Caribbean Sea, the white peaks of the Sierra Nevada and some of the best beaches in South America set...

Photo by: Instituto Municipal de Cultura y Turismo de Bucaramanga


Bucaramanga and the Department of Santander are known for offering a wide range of adventure travel activities. The...
Tourism at Medellín, eternal springtime in the mountains


Medellín, eternal springtime in the mountains

Flowers and spring come to mind when talking about Medellín, a city where the temperature oscillates between 20 and 25...

Fair Center (Cenfer)

Congresses, fairs, seminars, industrial expositions and artistic shows are part of the Schedule of this place during...


Convention Centers

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

Where to sleep in Giron

Travelers to this area can stay in Girón or Bucaramanga, 5.5 miles north, where there are inns and hotels with swimming pools and other amenities.

Where sleep in Zipaquirá

The hotels operating in colonial style houses stand in Zipaquirá, a city where accommodation options include services such as wireless internet in places.

Where sleep in San Agustín

In San Agustín travellers can find hostels to stay in. There are also old houses where you can stay and hotels with swimming pool offering relaxing views.

Where sleep in Santa Marta

Santa Marta offers a variety of accommodations. There are hostels, hotels with pools and restaurants; resorts, beachfront hotels and stylish boutique hotels.

Where to sleep in Playa De Belén

In Bethlehem Beach and Ocaña you can stay in colonial houses which offer restaurant services and have pools and other services for tourists. Some hotels have Wi-Fi Internet.

Where sleep in Monguí

In Monguí it is possible to stay in hotels located in the historic centre. Mountain landscapes are also an attraction to finding accommodation options in the region.

Where sleep in Valledupar

Hotels with good tourist services are available in Valledupar. Elsewhere in the department, accommodation options are more basic.

Where to sleep in Buga

Buga offers a number of options for accommodation. There are hotels of all categories located in the historic center of town, near the Basilica of the Lord of Miracles.

Where sleep in Barranquilla

Facilities for meetings and corporate events, the elegance of boutique hotels, and care for the environment enrich the options for accommodation in Barranquilla.

Where to sleep in Lorica

The most distinguished hotels in Lorica are found in the historic center of the Heritage Village. Accommodation options can also be found in other municipalities in Córdoba.

Where to sleep in Pasto

Pasto has hotels of various categories. In the rest of the department, the accommodation offered is simple but includes all the basic amenities required by tourists.

Where sleep in Santa fe de Antioquia

Santa Fe de Antioquia’s hotels are rich in tradition and good service. Options for accommodation include luxury boutique hotels.

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...