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Is it safe to travel to Colombia? A British Expat Answers The Question


Last year I was in Colombia watching images on the news of my hometown being ransacked and burnt. I was a mixture of emotions, from anger to sadness. From my adopted home in Colombia I could see from an outside perspective what was happening in my country. I was embarrassed and angry: a minority of the population was causing panic in other countries, making them heighten their security warnings for my beautiful home and even go as far as to advise against travel there.

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La Nacho: Much More Than a University

The National University's Bogotá campus, known fondly as 'La Nacho,' is Colombia's biggest university and widely known for its frequent protests and radical leftist graffiti.

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    angela says #
    I love the Universidad Nacional de Colombia, the best in the country, it doesnt matter is not the most expensive, or with a luxury...

The Colorful Pueblo of Guatape


The people living in Colombia's big cities, including Bogota, Medellin and Cali love to get away from their concrete jungles whenever possible.

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    David Lee says #
    Hi Yulis. To get the bus to Guatape, you'll want to go to the Terminal del Norte (northern bus terminal). It's connected by a bri...
  • Andres
    Andres says #
    Hi Yulis u take the bus on the Terminal del Norte.. ( u can arrive in metro to the terminal. ) after take the bus with SOTRAPEÑOL ...

The Real Colombia is Found in its Villages

Most tourists will spend their entire time in Colombia within the confines of its major cities, many limiting their escapades to Bogota, Medellin and Cartagena. This is a mistake! While you will get a dose of Colombia's unique culture via its cities, these are modern cosmopolitan centers and their inhabitants' lifestyles are eons away from the traditions of the past. Fortunately, for a taste of what I call the "real Colombia", you need only venture  a bit outside the city to find it.

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    Richard says #
    Villa de Leyva and then through Santander. From Bucaramanga you can catch a bus to El Banco, Magdalena and then a 4x4 from there. ...
  • Tom Germain
    Tom Germain says #
    Your new home town is high on my bucket list, Richard! I'm actually studying the best way to get there from Villa Leyva, my next s...

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