Colombia is an appealing country. It offers perfect opportunities for all of the tourists to explore its attractiveness and culture. There are numerous accommodation options- hotels in Colombia, motels, hostels.

If you are planning to visit this fascinating country ahead of booking your room in Colombia hotels you may need also some information about the TOP Attractions which you don’t have to miss:

1. Bogota

The capital of Colombia, Santafé de Bogotá has a rich colonial tradition having a couple of landmarks from that period preserved as historical landmarks. Most of these are in the La Candelaria, the oldest district in the city. The Capitol Municipal Palace and several churches are worth a visit.

2. Cartagena

The old walled city and fortress repelled invaders and pirates in its early days. Now it welcomes visitors to its colonial charm, energetic nightlife and nearby attractions.

3. Tierradentro and San Agustin

Parque Arqueológico de San Agustín is a huge park in the Magdalena River gorge in southern Colombia in which centuries ago, before the time of the Incas, people interred their dead in tombs guarded by fierce stone figures, some with animal features, some mythical, all intriguing to archaeologists and visitors alike.

4. Santa Marta and Parque Tayrona

Santa Marta is Colombia's first Spanish settlement. Located in the coast, it boasts brilliant beaches and access to Tayrona and Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta national parks, plus the famed lost city of the Taironas.

5. Cali

Cali is Colombia's third largest city and also a center for sugar and coffee industry. It enjoys terrific nightlife in the salsotecas, and visitors really like the historic center and also excursions into the surrounding spots for sugar baron haciendas and the prime archaeological sites of San Augustin and Tierradentro.

6. Popayan

This charming town, nestled in a serene valley setting, is one of Colombia's most attractive colonial towns having a rich religious and cultural heritage. Fully restored after an earthquake, it's a national monument and known for its spectacular Semana Santa celebrations.

7. San Andres and Providencia

Visitors wanting great diving in crystal clear water, warm, white sandy beaches, entertaining nightlife, colorful culture, a choice of full-amenity accommodations, relaxation and duty-free shopping head to San Andrés, a Colombian archipelago in the Caribbean. Its placement, closer to Nicaragua and Jamaica, provides a carefree attraction away from the potential dangers of mainland Colombia.

8. Isla Gorgona

This former prison island in the Pacific Ocean is now a nature reserve open to visitors who want to tour the prison ruins, see abundant wildlife, for example monkeys, snakes, whales and sea turtles, or dive off the island.

9. Boyaca- Villa de Leyva

Villa de Leyva, also called Villa de Leiva, is colonial-era town situated a short distance from Bogotá, as well as a preferred day or weekend excursion. Scenic attractions include colonial architecture, gorgeous scenery, typical areas to stay and local cuisine in an historic setting.


Medellin is the capital of Antioquia department in Colombia and enjoys a temperate climate that gives the city the names of The Land of Eternal Spring and Capital of The Flowers.

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