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Take a trip to Colombia

Here we are in Colombia, a country of breathtaking diversity. From its paradisiacal beaches to its mountain peaks, from its bustling cities to its picturesque villages, Colombia invites you to discover its hidden treasures.
The capital, Bogotá, will dazzle you with its cosmopolitan energy and fascinating museums. Tayrona National Park, with its white sandy beaches and jungles, is a true tropical paradise. Coffee lovers will be able to taste the best in the world. Don't miss the spectacular natural beauty of the Sierra Nevada of Santa Marta, where you can hike to the top of the Colón peak for a panoramic view.

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Five ideas for guided tours in Colombia

  • Cartagena de Indias

    Imagine cobbled streets, brightly-colored buildings and a warm breeze from the Caribbean Sea. Welcome to Cartagena de Indias, a colonial treasure nestled on Colombia’s northern coast.
    The historic center transports you back in time with its imposing fortifications. The Castillo San Felipe de Barajas, a 17th-century fortress, offers panoramic views of the city and the sea.
    Stroll through the narrow streets of the Getsemaní district, vibrant with color and street art, or discover magnificent churches such as the Basilica of St. Peter Claver. The centuries-old city walls are perfect for a romantic sunset stroll.
    Cartagena is also a gateway to the dreamy beaches of Barú Island, where you can relax on white sands and swim in crystal-clear waters.

  • Tayrona National Park

    In the north of Colombia, on the Caribbean coast, lies a natural treasure: Parque Nacional Natural Tayrona (Tayrona National Park). This natural sanctuary, where tropical rainforest meets white sandy beaches, is an invitation to escape.
    The park is home to an incredible variety of ecosystems, from secluded beaches to the verdant mountains of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta. You’ll marvel at the biodiversity that reigns here, from howler monkeys to exotic birds.
    Among the park’s highlights, La Piscina beach is an oasis of tranquility, perfect for swimming and snorkeling. Arrecifes offers colorful coral reefs to explore, while Cabo San Juan is famous for its panoramic views from watchtowers.
    Hikes through the jungle will take you to secluded beaches like Playa Brava, where the ocean’s roaring waves welcome you.

  • Cocora Valley

    Located in the Quindío region, the Cocora Valley is nestled in the heart of the Andes.
    The highest point is Los Nevados National Natural Park, where the landscape is dominated by majestic Quindío wax palms, the tallest in the world. These impressive trees create a unique, almost unreal landscape.
    One of the most popular activities here is hiking. The trail through the valley takes you past verdant meadows, mystical cloud forests and crystal-clear rivers. A hike to the Casa de Los Colibríes is a must for hummingbird-watching.
    Nearby, the town of Salento, with its peaceful charm and colorful houses, offers an authentic cultural experience. You can taste Colombian coffee at local plantations and discover regional crafts.

  • Bogotá

    Welcome to the vibrant metropolis of Bogotá. This fascinating city, which rises to over 2,600 meters above sea level, is a captivating mix of cultures, history and emotions, and every corner has a surprise in store for you.
    Start your adventure in the historic district of La Candelaria, with its picturesque streets and colonial buildings. Explore the Gold Museum, where thousands of pre-Columbian artifacts tell the story of the country’s history. Nearby, the Plaza de Bolívar is the political heart of the country.
    Then climb to the top of Cerro de Monserrate, a sacred mountain offering a breathtaking view of the city. You can get there by cable car, funicular or, for the more courageous, on foot – but beware, you’ll have to climb 1,500 steps to get to the top!
    The Botero Museum, an exceptional art collection featuring works by Fernando Botero, is a must-see for art lovers.
    And don’t miss the impressive Catedral Primada de Colombia with its Gothic architecture.
    Bogotá is also a city for gourmets, with a vibrant culinary scene. Try traditional Colombian dishes such as ajiaco or bandeja paisa in local restaurants.
    Zona T is the ideal place to enjoy Bogotá’s lively nightlife, with its bars, clubs and restaurants.

  • Guatapé

    In the heart of Colombia, nestled in the Antioquia region, lies a true hidden gem: Guatapé. This colorful little town is an explosion of color, culture and breathtaking scenery that’s sure to leave you in awe.
    The highlight is undoubtedly the majestic El Peñol, a massive rock formation that dominates the landscape. You can climb its 740 steps to enjoy a panoramic view of the man-made lake.
    Guatapé’s town center is a veritable masterpiece of urban art. The colorful facades of the houses are adorned with zocalos, bas-reliefs depicting scenes from local life. You can also stroll around the Plaza de Zócalos and enjoy the lively atmosphere.
    Lake Guatapé is a paradise for water sports enthusiasts. You can go boating, kayaking or simply relax by the water. The lake’s islands and peninsulas hide quiet corners to explore.

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