The Athens of South America - named for it's numerous libraries - with its divine coffee, stunning mountain backdrop, eco-friendly mindset, and friendly people, is a place you absolutely need to visit
Lancaster House is a four star hotel located in the upscale Chico Navarra district of Bogotá. Built in Art Decor style, this hotel is located in the financial district this hotel is within walking distance of restaurants and shopping ma...
When embarking on the nomad lifestyle, staying healthy is essential to get the most out of your travels. There will be so many new experiences that you might forget the most important rule: Pay your toll now, so you don't have to pay it later.
Along with taxi services, there are many public transportation options available (like TransMilenio), and Bogotá has the largest network of bicycle in Latin America. Always call for a taxi, as flagging down a taxi in the street can be risky. Uber is a safe alternative.
Colombia has a rich food scene with many street stands, and top restaurants, and the Colombian cuisine includes Arepas, Empanadas, Tamales, and Ajiaco. Tip is not expected, but still welcomed. Sometimes tip (propina) might be included in the bill.