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Want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city of Medellín? Why not take a day trip to Guatape, Colombia! Just a short two hour drive away, this picturesque town offers plenty of activities and attractions for a perfect day trip away from the city. With its stunning natural scenery and vibrant culture, an adventure to Guatape is the perfect way to explore, and take in the beauty of Colombia. Read on to find out how to get to Guatape, what to do in Guatape, where to stay in Guatape, and more!
Looking for a reading list to prepare you for your trip to Colombia? Here are 25 books about the country, ranging from travel guides and histories to novels and poetry. Whether you're looking for insight into Colombian culture and history or simply want a good read set in this fascinating country, you'll find something on this list that's perfect for you. Happy reading!
Are you travelling to South America and thinking of visiting Bogota, Colombia? We’ve got plenty of travel tips for you, including where to experience great nightlife, what food to eat, where the local markets are and more. Our list of things to do we’ll help you plan you travel itinerary! | #travel #southamericatravel #colombiatravel
Discover the best things to do in Bogota, Colombia, including the city’s most popular tourist attractions, the best day trips, and even a few hidden gems that only locals know. Whether you’d like to explore funky La Candelaria, upscale Chapinero, or some of the local markets, this Bogotá travel guide has got you covered.
Add these 25 best books about Colombia to your reading list, including novels set in Colombia, books about living in Colombia, historical fiction, history, and travel books! Top reads include Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel García Márquez, Return to the Dark Valley by Santiago Gamboa, Misspelled Paradise: A Year in a Reinvented Colombia by Bryanna Plog, and The Making of Modern Colombia: A Nation in Spite of Itself by David Bushnell.
Find out the 20 best books set in Colombia, including Colombia history books, classic books, and more! This list features books such as One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez, Reputations by Juan Gabriel Vásquez, and One River: Explorations and Discoveries in the Amazon Rain Forest by Wade Davis. | books about colombia culture | best books about colombia history | best books by colombian authors
Are you looking for the best novels set in Colombia? This list covers books about living in Colombia, historical fiction, history books, and Colombia travel books. Popular novels include One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez, Oblivion by Héctor Abad Faciolince, and Return to the Dark Valley by Santiago Gamboa. | best books about Colombia | Colombia books | books to read before visiting colombia
This Colombia reading list will help you discover 25 books you should read before visiting this amazing South American country. These books include novels set in Colombia like One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez, books about living in Colombia like Dancing Feat: One Man’s Mission to Dance Like a Colombian by Neil Bennion, and historical fiction set in Colombia like Colombiano by Rusty Young. | books about Colombia | books set in Colombia
This list covers the 25 best novels set in Colombia, including The Sound of Things Falling by Juan Gabriel Vásquez, One River: Explorations and Discoveries in the Amazon Rain Forest by Wade Davis, One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez, and more! | books that take place in Colombia | non fiction books about Colombia |famous colombian literature | books about Colombia | best books on colombia
Are you a location independent and working as a digital nomad? Want to start living in a country that’s budget friendly, and a beautiful paradise? Here is the guide to the cost of living in Medellín, Colombia where you can enjoy perfect weather, mountains, excellent quality of life, friendly locals and more! | #digitalnomad #expat #Medellín