Located in Bocagrande, this beachfront hotel is connected to a shopping center and within 3 mi (5 km) of Rio Cartagena Casino, Puerta del Reloj, and San Felipe ...
Situated in Santa Marta, this hostal is within 1 mi (2 km) of Eduardo Santos Stadium, Santa Marta Cathedral, and Parque de Los Novios. Marina Santa Marta and ...
Located in Calle 26, this hotel is 2.8 mi (4.6 km) from Zona Franca and 3 mi (4.8 km) from Hayuelos Shopping Center. Bogota Botanical Garden and Maloka Science ...
Located in El Poblado, this luxury hotel is 0.2 mi (0.4 km) from Poblado Park and 2.9 mi (4.6 km) from Park of Lights. La Strada Mall and Lleras Park are also ...
Located in El Poblado, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Santa Fe Mall, Oviedo Mall, and La Strada Mall. Poblado Park and Lleras Park are also within ...
Located in Bocagrande, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Hospital Naval de Cartagena and San Pedro Claver Church and Convent. Puerta del Reloj and San Felipe ...
From its rich history to its stunning geography, Colombia is a dazzling destination for adventure seekers and culture buffs alike. Get that straight-out-of-a novel feeling from the country's dense mixture of modern cities, gorgeous biodiversity (Caribbean beaches, Amazon rainforest, Andes Mountains), colonial architecture, traditional festivals and unique regional cuisine. If you're looking to live it up in a country where every day offers anything from live music and parades to mountain climbs and coffee plantations, let Orbitz help you plan your Colombia vacation.
Colombia's strategic location at the equator makes it an ideal destination to visit year-round, thanks to comfortable temperatures averaging between 70⁰F (20⁰C) and 86⁰F (30⁰C). The mercury moves with altitude, however, so expect different climates in the mountains and lowland areas. Columbia also has two seasons -- dry (verano) and wet (invierno) -- which vary in different areas of the country.
To join the locals for traditional festivities, check out some of Colombia's top picks, such as Holy Week (Semana Santa) in Popayan; the Festival of the Flowers (Feria de las Flores) in Medellin; the Cartagena International Music Festival (Festival Internacional de Musica); the Iberoamerican Theater Festival of Bogota; and the Bogota International Book Fair. And if you're craving a scene buzzing with international action, Colombia's more popular cities and destinations draw globetrotting crowds between late December and mid-January, and mid-June to mid-July.
You will find here 12 reasons for going to Colombia and, once you are there, a million reasons for wanting to stay.
Colombia is a country of rich history and beautiful, rugged landscapes, food, and dancing. The people are hospitable and welcoming, and the government has made it easy for tourists with "Tourist Information Points" or "PITS" (the Spanish Acronym) around the country to help you find what you need, when you need it.
From adventure tourism, to nature, history, culture, and four-star hotels, a getaway to Colombia can provide it all, and Orbitz can help you find the deals.
This small modern art museum showcases mostly local artists in rotating exhibits that will intrigue any art lover.
The source of the legend of El Dorado, this is a perfectly round lake with beautiful nature and trails for hiking.
This museum, located in a restored colonial mansion, is a must-see for art lovers and fans of Fernando Botero.
This gothic wonder full of natural light can be easily missed, but it's very high spires will lead you in the right direction.
The largest lake in Colombia, you can enjoy the beautiful landscape and the highest altitude beach in the world.
Known for its South American exhibits, this friendly zoo also adds interesting stories about the various species.
Take the cable car up this well-known peak in Bogota to visit the church at the top and visit the statue of the Fallen Christ and the black Madonna.
The national museum is the oldest in Colombia and holds an amazing number of pieces of modern art, as well as archaeological artefacts inside the walls of this former prison.
This location in Bogotá offers what it calls the very best in authentic Colombian creole cuisine.
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