Diana Tinjacá Ospina ist aus Bogotá nach Frankfurt am Main geflogen. Wir haben sie direkt am Flughafen abgeholt und sind mit ihr auf Entdeckungstour gegangen.
Pablo Escobar has been drawing thousands of tourists to Medellin. They retrace the late Colombian drug lord's life, as witnesses of the city's darkest days fight for their version of the truth. Andreane Williams reports.
A cruise boat laden with 170 people has sunk in a popular tourist area of Colombia. Videos showed the boat rocking back and forth as dozens of vessels plucked survivors from the water.
The end of violent conflict in the Latin American country is enabling people to plan for the future. Entrepreneurs like Migele Cinque see their chances of doing good business rising, and are investing in tourism.
3.5 million tourists in 2016: since Colombia has taken first steps on the road to peace, the home of world famous Latin American writer Gabriel García Márquez is becoming increasingly attractive as a travel destination.
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