Colombia phone card country calling code is 57

To call Colombia from the U.S. dial: 011 + 57 + City Code + Phone Number.

Colombia country calling code is 57

Phone calls placed from the United States to Colombia require you to dial: 011 + 57 + City Code + Phone Number. Use the table below to find the appropriate city code in Colombia.

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To call Colombia from the U.S. dial: 011 + 57 + City Code + Phone Number

City NameCity Code
Abejoral (Ant.)4
Abrego (N.S.)74
Acacias (Meta)86
Acanali (Choco)816
Agua de Dios (Cund.)83
Aguachica (Cesar)76
Aguadas (Caldas)68
Aguazul (Casanare)87
Aipe (Huila)88
Albania (Guajira)55
Albin (Valle)6565
Alcali (Valle)65
Alto Cauca (Cauca)63
Alvarado (Tolima)82
Anapoima (Cund.)1
Aracataca (Mag.)54
Araiquita (Arauca)79
Arataca (Sant.)77
Arboledas (N.S.)75
Arjona (Bol.)56
Armenia (Quind.)67
Ayapel (Cord.)47
Balboa (Cauca)28
Baranoa (Atl.)58
Barbosa (Sant.)72
Barranquilla (Atl.)5
Betulla (Sant.)76259
Bitaco (Valle)22484
Bocas de Satinga (Nar.)22467
Bolivar (Valle)2
Bucaramanga (Sant.)7
Buenos Aires (Cauca)2826
Buga (Valle)22
Butici (Ant.)94
Caloto (Cauca)2825
Casablanca (Tol.)89
Chimichagua (Cesar)57
Chivalo (Magd)52
Colo n (Put.)27
Condoto (Choco)49
El Aguila (Valle)6566
El Bolo San Isidro (Valle)22661
El Cairo (Valle)6567
Guamal (Meta)84
La Bocana (Valle)22462
La Marina (Valle)2222
La Playa (N.S.)74632
La Victoria (Valle)2220
Leticia (Amazonas)819
Pamplona (N.S.)78
Providencia (Isla)811
Queremal (Valle)22687
San Andres (Sant.)76604
San Miguel (Sant.)76608
Silos (N.S.)78676
Sonso (Valle)22559
Tauramena (Cas.)46
Tona (Sant.)76297
Valle de San Jose (Sant.)7726
Yarumal (Ant.)48

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Interesting facts about Colombia

Colombia was one of the three countries that emerged from the collapse of Gran Colombia in 1830 (the others are Ecuador and Venezuela). A 40-year conflict between government forces and anti-government insurgent groups and illegal paramilitary groups - both heavily funded by the drug trade - escalated during the 1990s. The insurgents lack the military or popular support necessary to overthrow the government and violence has been decreasing since about 2002, but insurgents continue attacks against civilians and large swaths of the countryside are under guerrilla influence. Paramilitary groups challenge the insurgents for control of territory and the drug trade, and also the government's ability to exert its dominion over rural areas. Although several thousand paramilitary members have demobilized since 2002 in an ongoing peace process, their commitment to ceasing illicit activity is unclear. While Bogota steps up efforts to reassert government control throughout the country, neighboring countries worry about the violence spilling over their borders.

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