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After spending two months of (slow) travel in Colombia, here s my list of the best places to visit in Colombia and what to see and do when you re there. This article isn’t intended to be a detailed guide to the country, more of a taster of the things to do in Colombia during a first visit. Whether you have a week, a month or more, here are some of my highlights from my visit to Colombia. Note: these places listed below are in broad geographic sequence from north to south they are not ordered by preference!
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A beautiful Spanish Colonial walled city with high-end restaurants and plenty of sights, make sure you have enough days to explore Cartagena. In fact, I liked it so much, that when I got a chance to pop in for a second stay, I jumped at the opportunity. Cartagena is not short on sights and getting lost in the old town is perhaps one of the best ways to explore. That said, Plaza Bolivar, the Spanish Inquisition museum and the Convent of San Pedro Claver were three of my favourite sights in Cartagena. Did you know:
there were only three locations in all of Latin America where the Spanish Inquisition Tribunal took place – Lima in Peru, Mexico City in Mexico and Cartagena in Colombia. I’ll be honest, after two months in Colombia, I developed food depression – some sort of protein served with dry rice, solid beans and slimy salad doesn’t sate my appetite, particularly when you face the same stuff day after day. But the food in Cartagena is a different story. From glorious local food to high-end bistro options to delicious street food, Cartagena is a world apart when it comes to Colombian dining. The beaches in Cartagena are sadly a disappointing shade of dull brown.
On a budget: I stayed at which was clean and well located within the old town though if you’re not a party person, take ear plugs! On my bucket list is the which is one of the most luxurious options a Sofitel hotel located inside a former convent complete with 67th Century architecture. But, perhaps more importantly than which hotel is where (within Cartagena) to stay. Cartagena’s old town is my recommendation.
Your other alternative Bocagrande may feature a lot of the big brand hotels and may front the beach, but the surroundings, complete with exhaust-fume filled roads and fast-food chains galore is very, very ugly.