The Spirit of the Andes soars in this region
A house made of clay
A tasty roadside snack
Wines from Boyacá
In the land of the Giants
Birthplace of the Muisca culture
The seeds of freedom
Honours to a hero
The birthplace of laws
The heart of the town
A writer's home
Christmas Is Coming
All hands on deck
This area used to be an ocean
Town painted red
An open air museum
A walk through history
No More Chains
Life in the mountains
Hills and Valleys in the Andean RegionThis area of Colombia boasts cultural diversity that enchants travelers with its music and cuisine. The eyes behold a stunning variety of shades of green.
The coffee culture of the mountains of Caldas, Risaralda, Quindío, Antioquia and Santander; the clothes that range from cold weather ponchos to the Aguadas hat all mark Andean coffee culture.
In the departments of Antioquia, Tolima, Valle del Cauca and Boyacá Carranguera, pasillo, bambuco guabina, rajaleña and sanjuanero among others are heard and danced to.
Among the mountaineer’s dish with beans and the santafereño ajiaco soup made with guascas (a fragrant herb) a menu unfolds that includes tamales wrapped in corn, suckling pig and much more.
The name of this town southwest of Antioquia has struck hard with the canonization in May 2013 of Mother Laura...
Aguadas, 78 miles north of Manizales, welcomes travelers with fields of coffee, banana, and sugarcane. This town...
Armenia, the capital of the Quindío department is the starting point for a territory that UNESCO declared a World...
9 kilometers to the south of Bucaramanga you arrive to Giron, a town that is part of the Colombian Peoples...
In Guaduas, 114 miles northwest of Bogota, you can follow the steps of Policarpa Salavarrieta, a local heroine who...
A name is appropriate in el Jardín, a municipality located 134 miles southwest of Medellin in the department of...
As you travel through the rolling landscape of Boyaca, with its fields of potatoes, peas, beans and carrots you...
Founded on August 30, 1863, Pereira is part of the territory in 2011 UNESCO declared World Heritage Site: the...
Located on top of a hill with steep streets, Salamina, declared a National Monument in 1982, looks in the distance...
The territory now occupied by Zipaquirá, a city where Gabriel García Márquez went to school, was an important...
Coffee, a product from Africa which came to this region of central Colombia in the early twentieth century and...
Built between 1887 and 1895, the wooden Western Bridge, which is suspended over the Cauca River, welcomes...
In the centre of Santander department travellers experience complementary activities. On one side are calm and...
Bogotá is the capital and largest city in Colombia. A melting pot of people from around the country it is diverse,...
One of the greatest mysteries of ancient civilizations can be seen in the Archaeological Park of San Agustin, on...
Fondée le 22 décembre 1622 sur un plateau de la cordillère orientale, sur lequel les indigènes Guane étaient jadis...
Medellín, capital of Antioquia department, has a pleasant climate of around 24°C; offers modern transport...
Located 200 km north-west of Cúcuta, Bethlehem Beach with an average temperature of 21°C, is part of the...