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Bogotá's sheer size and violent reputation are intimidating for visitors, but the city opens up to the savvy traveler with incredible riches befitting the capital of Colombia, and one of the biggest cities in Latin America.
Medellín is the second largest city in Colombia. It has over 2 million people and is the capital of the department of Antioquia.
The city is served by La Nubia Airport, that receives domestic flights of Avianca, Aires, ADA airlines.
Antioquia is a department in the Andino region of Colombia. It is famous for its many coffee plantations.
Zona Cafetera, usually referred to as "Eje Cafetero", is a coffee-growing region in the Andino region of Colombia.
Santander is a department in the Andino region of Colombia.
Boyacá is a department in the Andino region of Colombia.
Caldas is a department in the Andino region of Colombia. Caldas is located in western Colombia.
Risaralda is a department in the Andino region of Colombia. It is located in the western central region of the country.
Huila is a department in the Andino region of Colombia.
Cundinamarca is a department of Colombia. Some of the roads outside Bogota are quite basic and 4WD can be an advantage.
Cúcuta is in Colombia in the Andino region of Colombia. Cúcuta is the capital of Norte de Santander, home of 1 million people.
Cesar is a department of the Andino region of Colombia.
Los Nevados National Park is in the Andino region of Colombia. Los Nevados is a national park centered around some snow covered volcanic peaks; Nevado Del Ruiz, Nevado del Tolima and more.
- Location Colombia, South America
- Population 1,240,000
- Latitide 8° north
- Longitude 73° west
- Average elevation 2,283 meters (7,490 feet)
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Other Names for Andino
- Departamento de Santander del Norte
- Departamento del Norte de Santander
- Norte de Santander
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