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Terraza de San Alberto, Buena Vista Quindío
Colombia

La Terraza de San Alberto es un lugar único, ubicado en Buena Vista Quindío, Colombia. Allí es posible tomar uno de los mejores cafés de Colombia, además de asistir a actividades educativas relacionadas con el café, como el Bautizo Cafetero, donde el visitante tendrá una inducción relacionada con la "cata de café".

Es uno de los "imperdibles" de los visitantes de la zona cafetera colombiana, conocida como el "Eje Cafetero" o el "Triángulo del Café". 

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Uploaded: 21/03/2013
Updated: 30/06/2014
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Tags: terraza de san alberto; san alberto; buena vista; quindio; cafe; colombia; cafe san alberto; cata de cafe; coffee; colombian coffee; cafetal
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