Colombia

Where to stay in Barranquilla – A guide to the great port on the Colombian Caribbean Barranquilla is the capital of the department of Atlántico, in northern Colombia. Barranquilla is located on the western shore of the Magdalena River, about 7 kilometers from its mouth in the Caribbean Sea. It is the main economic...

Where to stay in Bogotá – A guide to the Colombian capital Bogotá is not only the beating heart of Colombia but also the most important cultural hub in the country and the best meeting place for business. Where to stay in other cities Where to stay in MedellinWhere to stay in CartagenaWhere to stay in Santa...

Where to stay in Bucaramanga – A guide to the capital of Santander Bucaramanga is the fifth largest metropolitan area in Colombia and the capital of the department of Santander. This city is located in eastern Colombia, on the Cordillera Oriental, a branch of the Andes mountain range and on the banks of the Oro...

Where to stay in Cali – A guide to the capital of salsa Cali is the capital of the Colombian department of Valle del Cauca and the third largest city in Colombia, after Bogota and Medellín. It is located in the southern region of the Cauca Valley, between the western mountain range and the central mountain range of the...

Where to stay in Cartagena – A guide to the colonial Caribbean city Cartagena is the capital of the department of Bolívar, located in the north of Colombia and on the shores of the Caribbean Sea. Its foundation dates back to 1533, making it one of the oldest European-founded cities in the Americas. During the colonial...

Where to stay in Medellin – A guide to the Paisa capital Medellin is the second largest city in Colombia and the capital of the department of Antioquia. It is located in the Aburrá Valley, a central region of the Colombian Andes. Where to stay in other cities Where to stay in BogotaWhere to stay in CartagenaWhere to...

Where to stay in Santa Marta – A guide to the Colombian Caribbean city Santa Marta is the capital of the department of Magdalena, in northern Colombia. It was founded by the Spanish in 1525, which makes it the oldest city in Colombia and the fourth oldest in South America, after Quito (Ecuador), Cusco (Peru) and Cumaná...