After a few troubled years Colombia is back on the visitors menu and also the countries accommodation offering which are some of the best in South America. Most of you will arrive in Bogota which lying 8,600ft (2,600m) above sea level afford it an European climate, never rising above 25°c during the day and frequently plunging into single digit temperatures after sunset, so heating an European feel to buildings in the capital are the order of things. Hotels here have been renovated and prepared for the new influx of visitors La Candelaria in the centre of the city has the most capacity and is near to most of the cultural attractions.
Barranquilla and Cartagena are situated on the country’s Caribbean coast along with numerous towns and villages spread out along this long coastline – this replete with many charming guesthouses and hotels catering for every taste. Colombia being of good value, you’re sure to find excellent value with us in visiting.
La Casa Amarilla in Mompos on the Magdalena river is British friendly as it is owned and run by a Brit and his Colombian partner, it has been renovated and with even the humblest room looking spick and span you won’t have any qualms about reaching here as you possibly embark on the trail of Gabriel García Márquez in nearby Aracataca.
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