Embraced by the Andes Mountains, at 2,600 meters above sea level, Bogotá is the seat of government of Colombia and a destination which graces corporate events with a cosmopolitan air. Built on a savannah that stretches from the base of Cerro de Monserrate – whose church is symbolic of the city – more than 1,400 multinational companies and the most prestigious universities make this city their home.
In terms of hosting international events, Bogotá ranked sixth among the top ten Latin American destinations, according to the 2013 ICCA (International Congress and Convention Association) table. In that sense, the Greater Bogotá Convention Bureau is in charge of promoting the city for congresses, conventions and incentive travel, while also being the link between the travel organizer and the facilities offered at the destination.
Surrounded by the Andes mountains and crowned by the Nevado del Ruiz, the entrepreneurial spirit of nineteenth century Antioquia settlers in Manizales spread among its inhabitants, making the capital of the department of Caldas an important corporate destination in the Coffee Cultural Landscape. Its hotel infrastructure (2,366 beds) and culture emerges in events such as the Theatre Festival making this city an ideal place to host high profile events.
Manizales is only 20 and 40 minutes by air from Medellín and Bogotá, respectively, and is connected by highways with cities like Pereira, Armenia and the rest of the country.
Located on the Caribbean Sea, its colonial houses, its ancient monasteries, cobblestone streets and walls that defended the inhabitants from pirate attacks are part of the essence of Cartagena.
With squares, balconies full of flowers and pastel facades that change with the sunlight the capital of the department of Bolívar is ideal to surprise those who come to participate in congresses, conventions and world-class events.
Flowers and spring come to mind when talking about Medellín, a city where the temperature oscillates between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius offering a pleasant climate all year round.
The capital of the department of Antioquia, which lies in the Aburrá Valley, is surrounded by mountains and is an industrial, commercial and financial center that has experienced an urban transformation in recent years thanks to large social investments in culture and art.
Chosen in 2013 by Citigroup and The Wall Street Journal as the most innovative city in the world, Medellín is always ready to surprise its visitors.
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