WHAT MAKES COLOMBIA A GREAT PLACE TO LEARN SPANISH?
With a neutral and clear accent, friendly people, exotic landscapes and cosmopolitan cities, Colombia is definitely the place to learn Spanish.
Cities to visit, things to do and people to meet will all help you practice your Spanish skills. The experiences gained here will stay with you throughout life.
WHERE TO GO OR WHAT TO DO IN COLOMBIA?
Besides learning Spanish you can visit beaches, plains, rainforests, and deserts! Thanks to its privileged location, all the tropical environments are within reach
An inspiring city with millions of amazing stories that surprise visitors every day.
A broad array of restaurants where local and international food can be enjoyed, many parks with concert facilities, plays, movies, storytellers as well as around 58 museums and over 70 art galleries are just a few places and activities you could enjoy in Bogota.
Declared by UNESCO a World Cultural Heritage Site, Cartagena is the center of economic activity in the Caribbean, as well a popular tourist destination, a magical city with intense nightlife, international festivals, beaches, excellent cuisine, and a diverse hotel and tourist infrastructure.
Medellin is the second-largest city in Colombia, considered a Colombian hub for business, industry and technological development. In Medellin, you will enjoy modern shopping centers, generous public spaces, museums and theaters with a wide variety of scheduled events. Try visiting Medellin during Latin America’s biggest fashion event, Colombiamoda or perhaps the Medellin Flower Fair in early August.
Seven million square kilometers (1.7 billion acres), of which five and a half million square kilometers (1.4 billion acres) are covered by the rainforest. This region includes territory belonging to nine nations, including 10% within Colombia. Climbing 35-meter high trees, traveling to Leticia, visiting Monkey Island and Amacayacu National Park and bird watching are some of the exciting activities this region has in store for you.
THE COLOMBIAN PACIFIC
One of the most humid regions on the planet, the Colombian Pacific rainforest showcases great biodiversity, lovely beaches, home of marine turtles and a place for the humpback whales to mate.
THE SANTANDER REGION
Want all the adventure? Visit Santander and enjoy Paragliding, kayaking, rafting, bungee jumping, rappelling, cave exploration and much more.