El Dorado International Airport is Colombia´s main conection center for domestic and international flights.
Has a four-star rating on Skytrax and has received an award for having the Best Airport Staff in South America.
Bogota´s Connectivity in facts:
The gold museum gathers more than 34,000 pieces of gold and 20,000 lithics, ceramics, textiles and precious stones belonging to the indigenous culture.
“Cerro de Monserrate” is a symbol for the city, not only for its natural resources, but also for its religious connotations. The mountain guards the city from 3,200 meters above sea level.
Since the XVI century, when the first constructions where built there, it has been a political, administrative and religious center. Its sleep streets still keeps the names used during the centuries of Colonial rule.
The birthplace of the legend of “El Dorado”. Place were a sacred indigenous ceremony occurred centuries ago. Several gold pieces were found on its banks.
Built 80 meters underground, the cathedral is the country´s most famous Catholic sanctuary; each station of the Cross is magnificent work of art and engineering masterpiece. The underground sactuary most important in the world.
The sea breeze and the sunset that transform the colors of 400-year-old houses enchant visitors in Cartagena de Indias. A World Heritage Site, this city was founded by Pedro de Heredia in 1533; the colonial architecture of its buildings is protected by the most complete set of fortifications in South America.
The Colombian Amazon represents the ultimate adventure for tourists who seek to connect with nature and discover some of Colombia’s most historic cultures.
Majestic rivers wind their way across this region like giant veins, facilitating commercial transactions and transportation to mystical places in the heart of the jungle. Whether you seek remote towns, natural reserves, wildlife parks or indigenous reservations, you’ll find everything and more in Amazonas, Colombia.
Indigenous groups bring an incomparable ethnic diversity to this world famous region. Discovering their rituals, culture and beliefs, interacting with community leaders and understanding tribes’ relationship with the natural world is a unique experience that allows visitors to evoke the authentic sabrosura of the Amazon.
Colombia’s famous coffee region occurs near the intersection of three departments: Caldas, Quindio, and Risaralda, along the foothills of the Los Nevados National Park. Here you will find the core production for coffee growing within Colombia, and home to what many consider to be some of the best coffee in the world.