Colombia is truly a land of variety. Thanks to the Andes mountain range that runs through the country you can find everything from snow-capped mountains to blistering sunshine. Colombia is also deceptively large and is actually twice the size of France. Our Colombia map section allows you to zoom in on the country and allows you to see exactly where you’ll be going when visiting. You can see the topography, the locations and the country’s neighbours as well as finding out a little more about certain places (hover over the highlighted locations).
Destinations Map will go to a brief description of the main cities and important historic and cultural towns to visit also detailing in each one of these places the points to go and spend a good time a little longer.
- Villa de Leyva
- Coffee Triangle
- Tayrona National Park
- San Andrés
The country´s capital and largest city. Some 7.5 million inhabitants make this a contrasting and interesting cultural point to visit.
Colombia´s farthest archipelago of San Andres & Providencia, a couple of small islands bathed in crystal pure ocean waters close to the Central American Atlantic Coast.
One of the most beautiful colonial towns in the country, built to please the Spanish architecture of the time to be enjoyed at only 2 ½ hour’s drive away from Bogota.
Colombia´s industrial capital and a city of “Eternal Spring” filled with the best temperatures all the year round and modern picturesque public transport facilities.
A vast area of one of Colombia´s greenest regions and richest coffee grown places fully covered in beautiful colonial type of coffee farms.
Though the city deserves a full separate chapter it should be described as the cultural city made Historic World Patrimony by UNESCO.
The Ecological Reserve Park surrounded by the golden sands of the Caribbean Sea and the exotic variety of the tropical forest all in one.