• Events Center Puerta de Oro

    Via 40 ## 79B-06, Barranquilla, Atlántico, Colombia .

    The Events Center Puerta de Oro is a fairground in Barranquilla, Colombia. It has a total capacity for 31,892 people and up to 16,000 people in a single pavilion. It is located in the north of the city, on the side of the Magdalena River, in the industrial area of Vía 40.

  • The Carnival house

    La Casa del Carnaval, Carrera 54, Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia .

    The Carnival house is Located in Barrio Abajo, a traditional neighborhood in Barranquilla, this architectural piece was built in 1929 manteined its colonial style and it was remodel by the Caridi Mitriani family in the 90s and handed over to the Carnival Foundation of Barranquilla as the venue where the organization of the festivity is develop and  meeting point of its participants and a very special venue for events. It is one of the favorite attractions of the city and currently promotes the recovery of the neighborhood through handicrafts, gastronomy, music and other culture elements of the city 

    Masks, costumes and different expressions of the biggest festivity in Colombia can be seen in the interactive room “Elsa Caridi” to learn and enjoy through a sensory and didactic experience the most representative cultural manifestations of the Carnival of Barranquilla. Its contemporary design is based on the collection of documents, photographs and audiovisual memory of this celebration.

  • Barranquilla Zoo

    ZOOLOGICO DE BARRANQUILLA, Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia .

    The Barranquilla Zoo is a park that maintains various animal species for the public's contemplation in Barranquilla, Colombia. Operated by the Botanical and Zoological Foundation of Barranquilla, it has an area of 10,000 m² and some 109 native and foreign species. It features the white tiger, an endangered species and president of the zoo chosen by the children.

  • Caribbean Cultural Park

    Parque Cultural Del Caribe, Calle 36, Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia .

    The Caribbean Cultural Park is a cultural complex dedicated to promoting the historical, natural and cultural heritage of the Colombian Caribbean. Located in the Historic Center of Barranquilla, it offers a space for the strengthening of identity and the reconstruction of an imaginary of the region.

    Its facilities include the Museo del Caribe, the first regional museum in Colombia; the Macondo Media Library, the Pilot Children's Library of the Caribbean, the Museum's Kitchen restaurant, the Butterfly Garden, a Multiple Room for events and the Plaza Mario Santo Domingo that has a wooden terrace that serves as a theater for public activities on the air free. It also has children's play areas and large green areas. Starting in 2016, the Park will be complemented by the Barranquilla Museum of Modern Art.

  • El Prado Neighborhood

    El Prado, Barranquilla, Atlantico, Colombia .

    Declared Historical Heritage of the Nation, El Prado was designed in 1921 by the North American brothers Karl and Robert Parrish, as a modern urbanization with wide avenues, gardens and majestic mansions, which gradually became architectural modernity and imposed a new way of conceiving the city. Its streets are decorated with oaks and golden showers, the city's own trees.