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Leticia Tourist Boardwalk

The tourist boardwalk in Leticia is a quiet place where you can enjoy the breeze from the Amazon River and admire fiery...
Santa Verónica Tourist Stop , Barranquilla

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Take a break at the Santa Verónica Tourist Stop

The vueltiao hat is a symbol of the Colombian Caribbean. An enormous example can be found on the roof of the Santa...
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 Ciénaga

Visitors can find several restaurants that serve traditional Caribbean food in Ciénaga. In some places, international dishes are also served.

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 Pereira

It's easy to get good local food in restaurants Pereira and neighbouring municipalities. In any case there is also an offering of international dishes.

What to eat at Lorica

Arabic food stands out in Lorica, while in other municipalities in the department of Cordoba you can easily find very good Colombian and international dishes featuring locally sourced meat and fish.

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 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 Buga

The best chicken soup can be found n Buga and nearby towns such as Ginebra Travellers may also enjoy other Colombian and international dishes.

What to eat at Pasto

Several restaurants in Pasto specialize in guinea pig, the signature dish of Nariño. There are also restaurants that serve international food and food from other regions of Colombia.

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 Barranquilla

The cuisine in Barranquilla has increased in quality with the advent of excellent restaurants serving local and international cuisine. Some Arab cooking in the area is outstanding.
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Enjoy the beaches - Beaches to choose from

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Enjoy the beaches

Stretches of white sand abound In Santa Marta and the surrounding area, perfect for sunbathing. In Tayrona Park, 34...
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Destinations - Where to sleep

Where to sleep in Popayán

There are many historic hotels of various categories in Popayán. In other parts of the department, accommodation is simple but include the basic amenities that tourists expect.
FAQ

What are the entry requirements for citizens of Mercosur countries?

Citizens of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela do not require a visitor's visa for the categories of visiting tourist, temporary visitor and technical visitor to enter and stay temporarily in Colombia as a visitor. Equally, according to the treaty on...

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...

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...

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