Trujillo, survival and beautiful
Trujillo is one of the youngest cities in Valle del Cauca. It is of Caldense influence and is located in the northern region of the department. This is why Trujillo’s dining tables are decorated with arepas instead of bread. Its beautiful landscapes are crossed by different rivers such as Culebras, Cuancua, Blanco and Cáceres, in addition to the dense coffee crops. It is one of the heritage towns of Colombia, since it is part of the Coffee Cultural Landscape, declared by UNESCO in 2011 as World Heritage.
Each day, this city rises with its forehead up showing the world its natural richness, including the Azul and Monteloro hills, where there are blackberry and avocado crops, trout lakes and a mysterious mist. Walk through the town’s main park, visit the Parque Monumento a las Víctimas de Trujillo and enter the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora del Rosario, it will be enough to breathe the new air of hope that lives this beautiful land of fighters.
"The Biennial is a trip to discover new worlds and also to be discovered and seduced by new movements, lenguages and imaginaries to think about dancing as a way to express our emotions" says Amparo Sinisterra de Carvajar, president of the 2nd Biennial.
This is the Pacific festival, in which the most importat thing is to highlight the gastronomy, the folk music and the traditions of this region in Valle del Cauca. It is an awesome experience for the locals and of course for the visitors who want to dive into this culture.
This is one of the most important and traditional festivals in Colombia. In which the favorite attractions are the "Salsódromo", the "Cali viejo" carnival, the antique cars parade, the "Melómanos" meeting, the "Superconcierto" a really nice musical show, between other shows ans events.