• 16 New Year Traditions From Around the World (6 minute read)

    Everyone has their own way of ringing in the New Year. For some, it’s an opportunity to get dressed up at a fancy event. Meanwhile, others prefer to hit the bars, whilst some are content to sit on the sofa with a box of chocolates watching the fireworks on...

  • 7 of the Best Places to Visit at Easter (7 minute read)

    There are loads of reasons to travel at Easter: it’s spring in the northern hemisphere, with warming temperatures and trees in bloom. Southeast Asia is also warm and dry. This makes it the best time of year to visit Vietnam, which usually experiences a varied climate up and down...

  • Six of the Best Street Art Destinations in the World (5 minute read)

    For decades, street art has been a mainstay for hundreds of urban spaces around the world. Many people visit cities to enjoy their eye-catching, culturally inspired works. (How many Instagram travellers have you seen smiling in front of a vivid, artsy backdrop for their profile photo?) For art lovers,...

  • The Essential Guide to Colombia’s Coffee Triangle

    Colombia is known around the world for its beautiful women, infamous drug dealers and excellent coffee. The South American country is the second largest coffee-exporting nation after Brazil. And it’s garnered much recognition for having some of the best, if not the best, coffee in the world. An important...

  • How to Spend a Day in Medellin

    The story of Medellin in Colombia is one of a kind. It was once named ‘the most dangerous city on Earth’ by Time magazine some 25 years ago. It was known for gun crime, cocaine and drug lords, being home to possibly the most famous one – Pablo Escobar....

  • Top 10 Cities in South America (12 minute read)

    Stretching from the icy glaciers of Chile all the way to Cartagena’s Caribbean coast, South America is a colossal continent. The diverse countries are full of cities waiting to be discovered. Some are colonial, some are cosmopolitan. Some are stunning, while some have a slightly more raffish charm to them. With so...

  • How to Spend a Day in Bogota

    On arrival in Bogota, especially if coming from the airport dazed and jet-lagged, it can appear loud, unorganised and grid-locked. However, spend just a little time exploring and you’ll quickly discover how special it is. The capital city is full of colonial buildings which lend a helping hand in...

  • How to Spend a Day in Cartagena (7 minute read)

    One of the gateways to Colombia, Cartagena is a captivating introduction to this incredible country. The perfect walking city, Cartagena is easy to navigate on foot. Leave your hotel wearing comfortable shoes with a map in your bag and you can’t go far wrong. To make the most of...

  • Colombia – The Myths Dispelled

    There’s plenty of misconceptions about Colombia circulating around out there, some based in facts that are now a decade or two out of date while others have simply been left to go unanswered. However, with Colombia recently awarded one of Lonely Planet’s coveted entries on the ‘Best in Travel 2017’...

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