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    71 reviews

    Bogota was very clean, hospitable, and full of lively and welcoming people. I traveled in a group, but felt very safe staying in Hotel NH 93 on Calle 93.

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    50 reviews

    Ahh, Cartagena. What a city. Cartagena was the port through which, in the 1600s, the Spanish loaded all the gold they stole from the Incas onto ships to set sail for the old country. The gold, of course, brought pirates and epic battles. As a result, the old city of Cartagena is surrounded by thick stone walls with turrets and ...

  • 3

    Coastal Valleys, El Chocó & Islands

    1 review

    This place is perfect. One hundred percent pristine, and completely untouched. It's also arguably the most dangerous place for Americans to travel to in the Western Hemisphere. Pros, meet Cons.

  • 4


    33 reviews

    Ron, this is one city you have to go. Be it nightlife, natural parks around the city or the cheapest para-gliding. Another place to visit is: Taganga. Very laid back town along the carribean coast, near santa marta.

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    Santiago de Cali

    16 reviews

    Even thou a bit of a chaotic city, Cali is one magical spot. Its people, the weather and "rumba". If you ever stop in Cali, don't miss foods like chontaduro and lulada. Most probably you'll find it in every corner, but go to Bertha's corner, wont regreat!

  • 6

    Santa Marta

    19 reviews

    Up-and-Coming Cruise Port: Santa Marta, Colombia Excursion: In Colombia’s oldest city, you’ll see artifacts of the Kogi and Arhuaco peoples in the Gold Museum—and tour the final home of 19th-century liberator Simón Bolívar. Voyage: Oceania’s Regatta, from Miami to Los Angeles. December 5; 15 nights from $3,499. —Jane Wooldridge

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    Tayrona National Park

    11 reviews

    I like to go at least once a year.

  • 8

    Villa de Leyva

    6 reviews

    Old world charm with a sprinkling of modern world. Streets of stone, Colonial homes and buildings, quaint b&b's, amazing restaurants and amazing people with a story to tell.

  • 9


    5 reviews

    Armenia is the capital of the Coffee Region in Colombia! you can test the best Colombian coffee there and at the same time enjoy a beautiful view surrounded by mount and typical farms. A place highly recommended to visit is the Cocora valley.. it is just majestic!

  • 10

    San Gil

    4 reviews

    Población que ha crecido desmesuradamente gracias a los diversos deportes extremos que allí se practican y que han atraído turistas (backpackers) de diferentes partes. Conserva partes de sus zonas coloniales pero la ciudad nueva muestra desorden en su planeación. Temperatura muy agradable, numerosos hoteles, el Parque el Gallineral, belleza ecológica se distinguen entre sus principales bondades

  • 11


    12 reviews

    I loved this place... Some people give it a bad rap but like anything your situational awareness and behaviour are important

  • 12


    6 reviews

    Pereira is a small city that you can walk around in all day. I would not reccomend it though as you will probably get blisters, and the heat will get to you. It is a great place to stay if you want visit the Coffee Region. A quieter and cleaner city would be Armenia, but it has less of a ...

  • 13


    2 reviews

    Chia is a suburb of Bogotá. There is not a much to do here but a bunch of residency. Except when it gets dark, then the Chia changes. Chia is where the locals go for the nightlife. If you really want to dance the whole night away, visit some of the places in Chia.

  • 14

    San Andrés

    6 reviews

    San Andres is one of the Departments of Colombia. If you're all ready for budget friendly, all-inclusive vacations then you've found your destination. What I LOVE about San Andres, is that it's biggest tourist are her own people. The island is known as the "Mar de siete colores" (seven-coloured sea), and this is mainly due to the variations of depth, ...

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  • 16


    10 reviews

    Well again I'm biased coz I live here, but 'Quilla has many hidden delights, not obvious to the uninitiated. First and foremost the people, outgoing and gregarious. The weather ideal if you like it hot. Not a huge range of tourist-like activities, but of you let me know, I'll show you the hidden treasures that abound on every corner. And, ...

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  • 18


    3 reviews

    Ciudad en crecimiento, ordenada, rodeada de montañas, agradable clima, gente amable, alrededores pintorescos. Un sitio atractivo para pasear por Colombia

  • 19

    San Andrés and Providencia

    4 reviews


  • 20


    1 review
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