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San Onofre, Sucre

Welcome to San Onofre, a delightful city located in the Sucre department of Colombia. This charming city is home to a variety of attractions that are sure to delight every kind of traveler. Whether you’re looking for stunning beaches, fascinating historical sites, or delicious local cuisine, San Onofre has it all. In this travel guide, …


Cajicá, Colombia

Welcome to Cajicá, a picturesque town located 39 km (24 mi) north of Bogotá, in the department of Cundinamarca, Colombia. It sits in the Central Savanna Province and is bordered by Zipaquirá, Sopó, Chía, and Tabio. With an altitude of 2,558 metres (8,392 ft) and average temperature of 14°C (57°F), Cajicá is a town worth …


Rionegro, Colombia

Welcome to Rionegro, a beautiful city and municipality in Antioquia Department, Colombia. Located in the subregion of Eastern Antioquia, Rionegro is known as the Cradle of Democracy and played a significant role during Colombia’s struggle for independence. The official name of the city is Ciudad Santiago de Arma de Rionegro, and its name comes from …


Montenegro-Quindío, Colombia

Montenegro-Quindío is a picturesque municipality located in the Quindío department of Colombia. Known for its stunning natural scenery, rich coffee culture, and warm hospitality, Montenegro-Quindío is the perfect destination for travelers looking to immerse themselves in the authentic Colombian experience. One of the main attractions of Montenegro-Quindío is the Parque del Café, a sprawling amusement …


Turbaco, Colombia

Welcome to Turbaco, a hidden gem in the Bolivar Department of Colombia. Located just 20 km southeast of Cartagena de Indias, Turbaco is one of Bolivar’s most organized municipalities. Despite being lesser-known than other neighboring cities, Turbaco has a rich history and culture that is waiting to be explored. One of the most famous events …


Garzón, Colombia

Welcome to Garzón, a charming city located in the department of Huila in Colombia. This hidden gem is often overlooked in favor of its more famous neighbors, but it offers a unique blend of traditional Colombian culture and modern amenities. Garzón is famous for its agriculture and is known as the ‘Capital of the Plateau’ …