The National Indigenous Festival of San Jacinto, Bolivar is the most vivid and authentic expression of the Colombian Caribbean, the festival is the annual meeting to be held in commemoration of the an...
A veritable feast of joy culture and entertainment, thanks to its wealth of artistic expressions ranging from dance to marimbas, through oral tradition, a sample unparalleled gastronomic region, theat...
Valle del Cauca
On November 11, the city of Cartagena commemorates its independence as the first province to be freed from the Spanish Crown on 11 November 1811. This event is celebrated in every country, and that ha...
In September Bucaramanga dresses up, which not least, Pretty Fair celebrates its own. An exhibition that opens with the traditional parade, in a preamble of eight days the whole city turns to the vari...
More than 25 years ago the Great Nation Wayuu gathered to celebrate their traditions and customs in what became known as the Festival of the Wayuu Culture. The objective of the creation of the Festiva...
The celebrations of San Juan and San Pedro, if you stick to the story, were born to celebrate "The Jura", which was the name then the attitude and obedience to the King of Spain. The origins of the fe...
The carnival atmosphere of these days that Medellin lives offers a wide variety of events and shows, not all directly related to the flowers, but all the fun is in name of the Flowers Fair, since they...
The first carnival held in the city is lost in history, more than a century ago, when Barranquilla was a small population. However, by word of mouth, have circulated several stories about how the peop...