Whether you’re looking to move, travel, or invest, these cities should be at the top of your list.
Soaring tourism rates countrywide have set the stage for unparalleled investment opportunities in Cartagena.
Find out why investors are turning their attention to this quiet, long-overlooked neighborhood in Cartagena.
Cartagena’s best beaches, restaurants, and activities – get the insider’s walkthrough on how to best enjoy this city!
Find out what’s drawing remote workers and other travelers to this colorful, charismatic, coffee-obsessed barrio.
From sipping single-origin cups to partying at South America’s largest gay club, here’s what to do when you visit Colombia’s capital.
Learn why real estate experts are calling Cali “the next Medellin”.
When TIME famously christened Medellin, Colombia as “the most dangerous city on earth” Read more
Some long-term readers may remember my article in 2012 about my first trip down south where I visited Cali, Popayan, Pasto and Ipiales. At that Read more
This luxury hotel celebrates Colombia’s modern artists.
Cartagena’s colonial walled-city, a UNESCO world heritage site, is rapidly becoming one of the most desirable Read more
Back to business in Colombia! (and how to invest in real estate in Colombia.)
In this video Sam will give us an update of what Read more
Following the devastation of Hurricane Maria, a bright future lies ahead for Puerto Rico.
In the midst of the commercial and cosmopolitan hub of Colombia, the rumba will never be far away. But the headquarters of a company (in Read more
Cali was, during the first quarter of this year, one of the 5 most visited cities in Colombia by foreign tourists and everything suggests that Read more
The first half of 2015 saw more than 1.2 million visitors enter Colombia, according to statistics released by the Colombian Ministry of Industry, Business and Read more
As Colombia’s largest city, Bogotá has many tourist sites but three of the top tourist sites in Bogotá that many tourists to the city visit Read more
A common scenario:
You get to the Zona T (Tourst Zone) — the area between calles 79 and 85, and carreras 11 and 15 — Read more
If you enjoy indulging in retail therapy, Bogotá has exactly what you want. You may not have heard of Bogotá being a well-renowned shopping destination, Read more
The number of foreign visitors to Colombia has been increasing every year with Bogotá receiving more foreign visitors than any other city in the country.
Bogota’s largest barrio, Chapinero, is one of the city’s more affluent neighborhoods and is home to a large number of restaurants, bars, and other leisure Read more
Every Sunday and every holiday, everyone —or, at least, almost everyone — takes ownership of long sections of several major streets and highways in Colombia’s Read more