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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 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 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 Manizales

Traditional hotels and coffee farms complement each other to enrich the accommodation options available to travelers in and around Manizales.

Where sleep in Bogotá

Accommodation is plentiful for business travelers in Bogotá. Visitors can also find cheap apartments, hostels, boutique hotels, and Green Seal hotels in the capital.

Where to sleep in Mompox

Restored mansions often accommodate visitors to Mompox, though hostel lodging and hotel options have increased in recent years.

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.

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 sleep in Pereira

In Risaralda the charm of boutique hotels adds to the comfort of the traditional hotels and the relaxed atmosphere of rural accommodation.

Where sleep in El Jardín

In El Jardín visitors can stay in hotels with pool and restaurant services in the middle of a green mountain landscape. Accommodations here are known for their friendliness towards travelers.

Where sleep in Armenia

In Quindío visitors can enjoy the charm of boutique hotels, the comfort of traditional hotels, and Green Seal accommodations promoting environmental responsibility.

Where to sleep in Cartagena

Cartagena offers a variety of accommodation options to its visitors. There are inns, as well as some large international chains that have recently built hotels with 100+ rooms.

Where sleep in Ciénaga

Only 22 miles from Ciénaga, Santa Marta offers many options for accommodation, including hostels, hotels with swimming pools, resorts, and boutique hotels.

Where sleep in San Andrés

In San Andreas there are hotels that offer all-inclusive packages; also, there some that are 'boutique' style and others whose attraction is being near the beach. In Providence accommodation is...

Where sleep in Amazonas

In the Amazon you can choose between hotels with air conditioning and pools, and hostels with basic amenities. You can also stay in traditional wooden huts and longhouses.

Where sleep in Salamina

In Salamina is possible to stay in the historic centre of town in hotels whose architecture is characteristic of the Antioquian colonization. Do not miss the charm of boutique hotels.

Where sleep in Jericó

Visitors can stay in hotels near the main square of Jericó. Accommodations in the region are notable for their friendliness towards travelers.
FAQ

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...

Where can I find information on tour operators?

We recommend contacting tour operators and/or travel agencies through: a. http://www.colombia.travel/es/directorio-turistico . 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...
Destinations - What to eat

Where to eat in Playa De Belén

It is easy to find typical food in restaurants in Bethlehem Beach and surrounding villages. There are also restaurants serving international fare.

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