The world continues to notice Colombia as a recommended destination. In its latest edition, The New York Times listed Cartagena de Indias and Bogota among its “31 places to go in 2010”. Affordability, beauty, diversity, and close location are only a few characteristics of why Colombia is an untapped destination to visit.
If you have already been in Colombia, we invite to share your unforgettable experience by login into the New York Times and recommend the “Latin America’s next affordable hot spot”.
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Colombia’s tourism industry has grown exponentially during the last few years. In 2009, tourism grew by 10.4% (according to the UNWTO) while tourism worldwide decreased by 4%. International hotel chains such as Hilton, Radisson, Holiday inn, and Sofitel are now present while airline carriers continue increasing flights. Jet Blue, Spirit, Delta, Continental, Avianca, and American Airlines offer daily non-stop flights from the USA to Colombia’s main cities. The cruise industry has also reassured its confidence on Colombia’s ports of call. In 2010, the country expects to welcome over 350,000 passengers aboard of the prestigious vessels of Royal Caribbean, Pullmantur, Princes Cruises, Holland America Line, Norwegian cruise Line among many others.
If you would like to learn more about Colombia’s exotic destinations, download this latest electronic magazine here: http://www.colombia.travel/es/turista-internacional/multimedia/revista-digital-wwwcolombiatravel
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