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I visited Cartago on a trip through Colombia that took me from the heart of the Coffee Triangle to Cali. A girl I met in the town of Armenia suggested I stop by. “Cartago is just like Salento but without ...

Colombia‘s Coffee Axis is undoubtedly the most renowned route in the country. Also known as the Coffee Triangle and Eje Cafetero, this tourist circuit meanders through the region that produces most of Colombia’s coffee. The geographical definition of the Coffee ...

Imagine sipping on a freshly brewed cup of world-famous Colombian coffee as you gaze across lush landscapes from the balcony of a secluded, high-end boutique hotel. With its stunning natural beauty and reputation for top-tier hospitality, Colombia has emerged as ...

Tucked away in the towering peaks of the Colombian coffee region, Manizales is a city where modernity meets tradition. With its beautiful landscapes, cultural festivals, and warm, welcoming locals, Manizales invites you to indulge in Colombia’s rich coffee heritage. With ...

Medellín may not be the main gateway to Colombia or South America. Yet, after spending some time in cold and cloudy Bogotá, most people end up falling in love with the city. Known as “The City of Eternal Spring,” Medellín ...

Armenia, the capital of Quindío department in Colombia, is often referred to as the “Miracle City” due to its rapid growth and development since its founding in 1889. Located in the heart of Colombia’s coffee region, Armenia is known for ...

Barranquilla, often referred to as the “Golden Gate of Colombia,” is a vibrant and dynamic city located on the Caribbean coast. Famed for its lively Carnival celebration – the second-largest in South America – this coastal town mixes traditional culture ...

Cúcuta, a Colombian city near the border with Venezuela, is known for its warm climate and commercial importance; this vivacious city serves as the capital of the Norte de Santander Department. To begin uncovering the best areas to stay in ...

Founded in 1536 in a fertile Andean valley on the Cali and Cauca rivers, Santiago de Cali is Colombia’s third-most populated city. Its architectural and cultural heritage, warm climate, and status as the “Capital of Salsa Music,” as well as ...

Bogotá may be different from what many first-time visitors expect when they think of Latin America. After all, the capital of Colombia isn’t particularly sunny or warm, which is why many tourists only see it as a stop on their ...