We look at preliminary survey results to see which are the most popular neighborhoods in Medellín for expats living in the city and if they rent or buy.
Jeff updates a popular post looking at the best Medellín neighborhoods for foreigners, including El Poblado, Envigado, Laureles, Belén and Sabaneta.
Continuing our tour of the notable and historic churches in Medellín, we look at Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de Belén, which is located next to Parque Belén.
Euro recently opened its newest grocery store in Medellín in the Loma de Los Bernal barrio, a booming part of Belén with many new apartments nearby.
Jeff surveyed 300 apartments in Medellín to find out what the Medellín furnished apartment rental costs are in several neighborhoods in the city.
Jeff surveyed the rental costs of 600 apartments in Medellín to determine accurate apartment rental costs in several neighborhoods in the city.
Los Molinos is the only Western-style mall located in Belén. This is somewhat surprising considering that Belén is Medellín’s largest comuna.
Healthy and flavorsome, Antonio’s restaurant is a delight for those with a gluten-free diet, with simply delicious vegan food at just as delicious prices.
Fondas are the colorful places with old wooden tables and chairs, a place to eat and dance, even on the chairs you were sitting on during your meal.