Opened in December 2014 on Vía Primavera in Poblado, Bonhomía Salumería is quickly making a name for itself with their cheese and cured meat selections.
Johanna Logreira is an industrial designer from Medellín and an avid ambassador of creativity in every shape it may come.
Located on Calle 8 #34-33 in Provenza, right next to Bogotá Beer Company, The Chocolate House is the perfect place to return to childhood for a few hours.
I doubt there’s another country that takes December as seriously as Colombia does. This is my experience, a Christmas party with a paisa family.
Museo Casa de la Memoria honors the Victims of Armed Conflict Care Program, started in 2005, and the museum opened its doors to the public in 2012.
Avenida Jardín gives us a whole street with plenty of fashion boutiques, mostly addressed to women, but nevertheless, useful for men too.
Centro Comercial Viva is a project signed by Éxito Real Estate and opened its doors in Laureles in November 2012.
Every year, on the last night of November, Colombians celebrate the start of December with Alborada, a fireworks event.
The 24th Medellín International Poetry Festival marked its presence with poetry readings of 65 renowned poets from 45 countries in the five continents.
Ioana outlines the process for applying to get a volunteer visa (TP-6) in Colombia.