Tourism Trends in the Wake of the Pandemic

Maria Claudia Lacotoure
Sightseeing and traveling are some of the most satisfying and enjoyable experiences. There are plans and destinations for all tastes. But, this activity changed the dynamics due to the…

Natalia Bayona, Determined To Position Tourism Towards the Digital Economy

Natalia Bayona
Natalia Bayona is the Director of Innovation, Education, and Investments at the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

5 Unmissable Destinations in Colombia

San Andrés and Medellin, Colombia view
Colombia is a magical place where you can find from the coldest but charming places to the jungle and the hot Caribbean.

Looking for colonial history? This is Casa Blanca

Colonial House 'Hacienda Casa Blanca'.
Discover the tragic romance behind Hacienda Casa Blanca and schedule your next event in this colonial house

All you need to know about Vive Popayán Festival in Bogotá

View of the main park of Popayán in Colombia.
Here there is all the information about this important event that brings together two beautiful cities

Visit these 5 world heritage towns in Latin America

San Salvador de Bahia - Brazil and Historic City of Guanajuato - Mexico
Latin America is full of magical places that can make your travels a unique experience. Get to know these villages and fall in love with the region.

From gunbattles to tourism: Colombia's ex-rebels turn rafting guides

Ex-guerrilleros de la Farc cargando la balsa del equipo de rafting
Reincorporation is considered fundamental to ensuring former FARC members do not return to the battlefield

7 Latin American destinations not to be missed for Holy Week (Part 2)

As promised, here we bring you four other destinations that you can visit this Holy Week

Tutunendo, a paradise in Choco

This spa and tourist resort of Chocó is characterized by its rivers of pure water and the different waterfalls that run through its waters

Dark tourism: Latin America edition

Forget about vacationing in beautiful hotels or paradisiacal beaches; dark tourism takes a tour of places related to death and tragedy

Palomino: 5 plans in this Colombian Caribbean town

Ecological treks in the Tayrona and river tours that end in the sea are some of the things you can do in Palomino and its surroundings

Adrenaline and fun: the best amusement parks in Latin America

One day may not be enough for you to visit these 5 parks that have entertainment for all ages

Interno: the prison restaurant

Inferno Cartagena
How Cartagena transformed a former women’s prison into a trendy restaurant

Tocaima: the "healthy city" of Colombia

From mud with healing properties to fossils with years of history and antiquity, this paradise has everything to become the quintessential tourist destination of Colombia

Spanish hotel chain Sol Melia plans to build 20 new hotels in Brazil by 2005, Sol Melia South American Vice President Rui Manuel Oliveira said in an interview recently published.

Sol Melia opened six new hotels in Brazil last year and operates a total of 21.

The executive said Sol Melia had already signed deals with several construction companies, adding that the expansion project would require an investment of 600 million reais ($260 million).

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