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Meet Colombia before traveling


Meet Colombia before traveling

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

Caribbean Region

The colors of the Caribbean and insular region The sun, beaches and dancing join with the people‘s joy welcome...
Meetings providers
Caribbean Cultural Park, Barranquilla

Caribbean Cultural Park

The Caribbean Cultural Park is a complex built to promote the natural, cultural, and historical legacy of the Colombian...

Puerta de Oro Caribbean Event Center

This Event Center is expected to open in 2015. It will have tradeshow facilities with capacity for 16,000 people and...
Caribbean Museum, Barranquilla

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia.

Caribbean Museum

At the Caribbean Museum, located in the Caribbean Cultural Park in the historic center of Barranquilla, travelers come...
Caribbean Cinematheque - Bring the seventh art to the masses

Photo by: Fundacion Cinemateca del Caribe

Caribbean Cinematheque

The Caribbean Film Foundation, founded in 1986, promotes and disseminates regional, national, and international cinema...

Caribbean Cultural Park

The Caribbean Cultural Park is a 215,000 square foot complex that promotes the natural, cultural, and historical...

Roberto Meléndez Metropolitan Stadium

The Colombian national football team plays official World Cup qualifying matches in the Roberto Meléndez Metropolitan...

How can I publish my company information in you website's directory?

To publish your company information on the site, the country's Official Tourism Site, you must be directly associated with the tourism union and be a tourist services provider (examples include: travel agency, hotel, inn, tour guide, car rental company, and professional...

Is my driving license valid in Colombia?

According to Article 25 of Law 769 of 2002, driver's licenses issued in another country that are valid and which are used by tourists or individuals in transit on national territory will be considered valid, allowing them to be used to drive legally in Colombia. Therefore it is important that you...

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...

Where should I exchange foreign currency?

We recommend exchanging dollars and other foreign currencies for pesos at authorized money exchange houses in airports, hotels and banks. You should never exchange currency on the street. We recommend consulting the website of the newspaper Portafolio ( ) for...

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...
Specific experiences
Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival   - The city becomes a huge screening room


Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival

The Cartagena de Indias International Film Festival (FICCI) is held every year in March. This event, which shines a...
Destinations - Meetings and Conventions
Barranquilla, a great business destination  - A city of Joy and business

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia

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...
Experiences you can't miss
Beaches - Relaxation by the sea



The waves of the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific ocean, welcomed the rules come to Colombia seeking places among the...
Nautical - The ideal place to sail



Owners of sailboats and yachts are exploring the Caribbean will find safe ports in Colombia where they can berth...
Ciénaga   - Colombian Caribbean Heritage

Photo by: Fausto Giaccone / Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia


Ciénaga was an indigenous village when it was catechized by Fray Tomás Ortiz in 1529. Since then it has been...

San Andrés

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