Things to Do & Attractions in Colombia

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Bare Foot Park /Parque de los Pies Descalzos

Though the residents of Medellin love their sophisticated, urban lifestyle, there must be something inside each that longs for a simpler era. This park, billed ...  Read more


Barranquilla is one of Colombia’s most vibrant cities. The fourth largest city in the country, it is best known for its annual Carnival, second in size only ...  Read more

Baru Island

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

A verdant peninsula jutting out below Cartagena and lapped by the glass-clear waters of the Caribbean, Baru Island has long been touted as one of Colombia’s ...  Read more

Bogotá Museum of Modern Art (Museo de Arte Moderno)

3.5 star rating: Worth doing 2 Reviews

Bogota’s Museum of Modern Art, affectionately referred to as MAMBO, offers an entirely different experience than the capital’s other museums. The sleek ...  Read more


Founded by Sebastian de Belalcázar in 1555, Buga (or Guadalajara de Buga) was among Colombia’s first colonial cities and the historic town is now both a ...  Read more

Caño Cristales

Known as one of the world's most beautiful rivers, Colombia's Caño Cristales, located in the Macarena Mountains, has been called everything from "The ...  Read more

Carlos Valderrama Statue

Former Colombian football player Carlos Valderrama is known for his athletic ability and his outgoing personality, and this 22-foot-tall bronze statue of him ...  Read more

Cartagena Cathedral (St Catherine of Alexandria Cathedral)

A striking reminder of Cartagena’s colonial heritage and standing proud at the heart of the historic district, Cartagena Cathedral (St Catherine of Alexandria ...  Read more

Cartagena Cruise Port

4 star rating: Recommended 10 Reviews

The coastal city of Cartagena is one of Columbia’s most-popular destinations. This fortress of a city was once the center of politics and economy. Today, ...  Read more

Casa de la Moneda

Aside from the thrill of “discovering” new lands, the Spanish conquistadores were endlessly driven by thoughts of discovering gold. Here at Bogota’s Casa de ...  Read more

Casa Gardeliana Museum

Medellin is the second world capital of tango (after Buenos Aires), and tango music can be heard throughout the city. This is due in large part to Carlos ...  Read more

Cathedral of San Pedro Claver

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 18 Reviews

Cartagena’s Catedral de San Pedro Claver, so close to the sea wall, seems unduly imposing for such a sanctified site. Begun in 1575, when this was a very rough ...  Read more

Cat Park (Parque del Gato)

The brainchild of local painter and sculptor Hernando Tejada, the aptly named Cat Park (Parque del Gato) started life in 1996, when a giant bronze sculpture, ...  Read more

Children's Museum of Bogota (Museo de los Niños)

If you’re visiting Bogota with the kids, there are a range of theme parks and attractions to keep them entertained. The Children’s Museum of Bogota is a place ...  Read more

Cocora Valley

Long the go-to postcard image of rural Colombia, the Cocora Valley is an enchanting spot, characterized by its lush rolling hills, mist-capped mountains and ...  Read more

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