What is Colombia culture?

What is important to Colombian culture?

Columbian People and Community

Family life is extremely important in Colombian culture (as it is in many Latin American cultures due to the influence of the Catholic religion). For most Colombians, family is the basic element of community and social order. Families are very close, and they stay close.

What are cultural activities in Colombia?

The Best Cultural Activities in Colombia

  • Museo Botero del Banco de la Republica. Tours from $31. …
  • Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas. Tours from $7. …
  • Walled City of Cartagena. Tours from $12. …
  • Catedral de Sal de Zipaquira. Tours from $16. …
  • Tours in Rosario islands. 3.7. …
  • Boat Tours & Water Sports. 3.4. …
  • Ciudad Perdida. …
  • Plaza Santo Domingo.

What is considered rude in Colombia?

It is rude to speak with your hands in your pockets or chew gum with your mouth open. Slouching and leaning against things is bad form. Punctuality is not tight in Colombia. Expect people to follow a looser “tiempo colombiano” (Colombian time) for social and casual engagements.

What are some Colombian values?

Colombian Culture

  • Family solidarity.
  • Dignity.
  • Machismo.
  • Rumbero spirit.
  • Optimism.
  • Pride.
  • Class.
  • Independence.

What are the Colombian beliefs?

Almost all Colombians believe in God and are Catholic-raised. For example, 74% of Protestants were raised Catholic and 84% were baptised with the Catholic Church (Pew Research Centre, 2014). Atheists are generally seen as a minority and they are expected to participate in Catholic events and festivals regardless.

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