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A gondola ride to the summit of Cerro de Monserrate in Bogotá rewards visitors with stunning views.
The Botero Museum in Bogotá features the work of native artist Fernando Botero, who has stated that his distinctive, rotund forms are “not fat but voluminous.”
The lively port of Cartagena exudes colorful colonial charm.
Cartagena’s historic Clock Tower was once the main entrance to the old walled city.
Within the cobbled streets of Cartagena, balconies overflow with vibrant flowers.
Life-sized iron sculptures dot the plazas of Cartagena’s old city.
The misty peaks of the Andes frame the lush Cocora Valley.
In the heart of Colombia’s coffee triangle, Salento’s architecture reveals a kaleidoscope of color.
A horse enjoys a morning snack amid the towering wax palms of the Cocora Valley.
Once they turn a deep bright red, coffee cherries are ready to be harvested by hand.
A local barista in Salento serves up a freshly brewed cup, which is…
...a coffee masterpiece.
During the colonial era, the fortress of Castillo San Felipe de Barajas protected Cartagena from invasion by land and sea.