One of the oldest cities in South America, Santa Marta is a delight to visit. The city itself has museums, the lure of history and charming colonial architecture. Nearby there are beaches, mountain towns with waterfalls and hiking trails, and lost cities waiting to be discovered.
Category: Things to Do
September 1, 2015
Standing like a fortress up above Carrera Septima in Bogota, the National Museum is imposing, slightly frightening, and absolutely amazing.
August 25, 2015
Coffee houses and flower farms, unusual museums and art on the streets, a dark history and a bright future: Medellin has it all.
August 4, 2015
Cartagena is all about romance: with island getaways, sunsets from atop the city walls, balconies spilling over with tropical flowers, cathedrals filled with tales of love and sacrifice, cozy coffee houses, and places to dance the night away, Cartagena has it all for a romantic getaway.
July 28, 2015
Cali has often been called the Salsa Capital of the World — and it is, at least for the version of salsa that was born here, the fast-paced salsa caleña. Therefore, it’s not surprising to find dance festivals all year round in Cali. So, bring your dancing shoes and enjoy the best that this city has to offer.
June 2, 2015
Before visiting Bogota for the first time, check out these important tips about the weather, the best time to visit, how to get around the city, what to see and what to eat.
May 12, 2015
Day trips from Medellin include villages filled with flowers, a visit to a coffee farm, and a boat ride on a lake.
April 23, 2015
Bogota has more than 1,000 urban parks. From small leafy areas to have a quiet picnic to large amusement parks, this city gives people plenty of reasons to get out and enjoy the year-round mild weather.
April 14, 2015
Cartagena is an ideal city to explore on foot. The slow pace of walking allows you to discover the special details of the city: tiny museums, delicious street food, local culture. The city is known for its gorgeous boutique hotels hiding behind immense wood doors, each one with a story to tell. In Cartagena, everything is close by.
March 10, 2015
There are plenty of day trips from Cali to tropical destinations like sugar cane plantations, colonial towns, national parks and lakes. Along the way, take a ride on a human-powered railroad and visit an Afro-Colombian village in the jungle.