This tour of Colombia is a unique experience that will allow you to get to know the culture, gastronomy and natural beauty of our beautiful country. The Tour Colombia 20 days compiles five of the best places to start to know Colombia, it is a unique opportunity to discover the diversity of the country. What are you waiting for, go for the adventure!
You will begin your trip in the Colombian capital: BogotáBogota is a vibrant and lively city. In Bogota, you will have the opportunity to visit the historic center, known as the "Centro Historico". La CandelariaYou will find beautiful colonial buildings, squares and museums that will take you through the history of Colombia. You will visit the Gold MuseumThe Botero Museum, which has an impressive collection of pre-Hispanic gold pieces, and the Botero Museum, with various works of art.
You will also learn about the wonderful Monserrate HillA viewpoint with breathtaking views of the city that will leave you stunned. Our route continues to Zipaquira with its impressive Salt cathedralColombia's flagship tourist destination, which holds a lot of history and a deep spiritual sense.
The next stop is MedellínMedellin, known as the city of eternal spring due to its pleasant climate all year round. Medellin has undergone a transformation in recent years, going from being one of the most dangerous cities in the world to one of the most innovative and modern cities in Latin America.
In Medellín, you will enjoy its vibrant culture, gastronomy and nightlife. We will visit Pueblito Paisaa replica of a traditional Colombian village that offers beautiful views of the city, as well as the famous Nutibara Hill, which has beautiful views of the city. We will also walk through the different parks of the city, such as Barefoot Park and the Botero Park and without a doubt we will take a fun ride on the metrocable to see all of Medellín.
You can't go to Medellín without visiting the Commune 13, a place full of graffiti art which represents the resilience of an entire population, going from violent times to a social transformation. This place is ideal for taking lots of pictures, it is super colorful and there is great commerce everywhere you look.
To say goodbye to this beautiful city, we will pass through the magnificent Piedra del Peñolfamous for its beautiful views from its lofty heights, you will also be able to see the magnificent reservoir and the beautiful small town of GuatapéThe city, which awaits all the paisa culture plus a lot of color in its streets.
After enjoying Medellín, you will head to the Eje Cafetero, a mountainous region that produces some of the best coffee in the world. Here you can visit coffee farms and learn about the coffee production process, from planting to the cup.
You will also have the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the region, with its mountains, rivers and valleys, and to visit the imposing Cocora Valleythe beautiful little town of Filandia and relaxants Santa Rosa Hot Springs.
After exploring the Eje Cafetero, you will fly to the Caribbean coast of Colombia to visit CartagenaA colonial city that looks like something out of a fairy tale. You can walk through its cobblestone streets and admire its colorful colonial houses with flowery balconies.
On the tour you will be able to enjoy the impressive city wall surrounding the old city and the San Felipe Castle de Barajas, a fortress built in the 17th century to protect the city from pirate attacks.
You can also visit more places in the historic center, such as the Pie de la Popa, Botas Viejas and the Cartagena Monument "letras", without forgetting to take a stroll through Getsemaní. Without a doubt in Cartagena you can not leave without tasting its beautiful beaches, so you will visit the beautiful Rosario Islands, Baru and you will have a spectacular BOAT TRIPto enjoy the caribbean zone as it should be.
Finally, you will visit Santa Martaa city located on the Caribbean coast in the north of Colombia. From here, you can visit the Tayrona National Natural ParkSanta Marta, a stunning national park that is home to dream beaches, coral reefs and lush tropical rainforest. You can also visit the historic area of Santa Marta and its most emblematic places.
What are you waiting for to get to know just a little piece of Colombia in 20 days? Do not stay with the desire, go for the adventure!
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The official currency in Colombia is the Colombian peso (COP). Upon arrival in the country, travelers can exchange their money at the airport or at authorized exchange houses in the cities. It is also possible to use ATMs in major cities, where money can be withdrawn in Colombian pesos using an international debit or credit card.
It is important to keep in mind that in some parts of the country, especially in rural areas, there may not be a large number of ATMs or exchange houses, so it is advisable to carry enough cash to cover expenses during the trip.
Citizens of most Latin American and Caribbean countries, as well as many European countries, may enter Colombia as tourists without a visa and stay in the country for up to 90 days.
In general, it is recommended to wear comfortable and light clothing for the warm weather in coastal cities such as Cartagena or Santa Marta. For cities with cooler climates such as Bogotá and the Eje Cafetero, it is advisable to bring warmer clothing such as jackets or sweaters, especially at night. In Medellin the climate is mostly temperate, so you can bring cool clothes and jackets for the rainy season.
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