Sonja takes us to the mountain village of Minca, which is a hiker’s paradise located in Colombia’s Sierra Nevada near Santa Marta.
After traveling to 26 countries, John describes choosing Medellín as the location he bought property and where he lives. Medellín has beat his expectations.
Sonja provides her experiences as a single woman on a 6-month tourist visa and how she is living cheap in Medellín on less than $900 per month.
Sonja takes us to Le Coq Rosticeria restaurant, which has some phenomenal rotisserie chicken and some decadent desserts as well as good service.
Medellín has over a half-dozen little known movie theater venues showing an eclectic range of movies for inexpensive prices.
Editor’s Note: The Following is a guest post by Denise Nelson Cycling in Medellín, Colombia is a beautiful experience. The city has a true value for the nature that surrounds it, as well as the immaculate architecture. This city holds an enormous amount of history, which is perfect for any cyclist to engage in the […]
Brad Hinkleman, Founder of Casacol SAS, shares with us his foreign buyer’s guide to Medellín real estate and investing.
There are many road cycling routes around Medellin. Here are some of the roads traveled by guest blogger Alan.
A stone’s throw from Salento sits Filandia, a quaintly nestled pueblo with plenty to give to the tourism trade. Tim tells us about his quick getaway to this coffee town.