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One must stop In Cali and explore its cheerful nature manifested in salsa, a Caribbean rhythm that is danced here between the fields of sugarcane in a most particular way. In this city, called the "Branch of Heaven ', the peaks of Christ the King, the Three Crosses and the hills of San Antonio contrast with the plains that make up most of the department of Valle del Cauca.
What to do in Cali
This city, founded in 1536, can be explored on foot under the shade of trees along the banks of the River Cali. Here the architecture of churches and other buildings that are National Monuments can be seen, and there are several museums that reveal their secrets. From Cali, where travellers enjoy music festivals, you can also learn about sugarcane and see mountainous landscapes.
Learn to dance salsa may seem difficult, especially when watching the speed and coordination of partners and dance groups that have spent years perfecting their movement. However, in Cali there are programs in which tourists are taught some steps in several academies and schools. The city has also earned a place in the country’s shopping circuit.
ACTIVITIES YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS
Permeated by salsa, Cali offers visitors a unique Fair; also, visits to museums, colonial churches, a zoo and sites of great environmental importance in the surrounding area.
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