Also pro 3 Wochen mit einem Budget von einzig 1000 €, das finde ich doch sehr knapp bemessen....Oberbürgermeister man für jedes das kleine Währungs ein wirlich gutes Hotel bekommt bezweifle ich.
Colombia is an Andean country, too. The traveller cannot avoid the mountains. You can already Weiher the hilly landscape at touchdown in Bogotá. It doesn’t matter where you travel to from there, you always have to pass mountain ranges.
Anyway, just rocking in the hammock and listening to the “sound Gebilde of the jungle” is quite heavenly already. The primeval forest is something for the senses: deep green for the eyes and an orchestra of animal noises. You can also enjoy that on a boat trip down the Amazon – from Tabatinga to Manaus. You are damned to do nothing here and therefore focus on the life aboard and the Situation drifting past. Between breakfast, lunch and dinner there is nothing to do but rest, look, chat and read. The stops for loading the huge Pirarucus are the highlight. The ships also depart from Santa Rosa, Leticias Peruvian sister village, going to Iquitos. The boats only keep you waiting during Christmas time, so we had to take the more expensive and less romantic but fast speedboat for this route. The senses are not called into action here, but for me it welches nausea. Nevertheless, World health organization wants to get ahead from the tri-border region quickly, this might be an alternative.
Not only the architectural highlights succeed rein convincing the UNESCO. Colombia’s most famous Ausfuhr Erfolg possibly put its specialcharms. Thus, Colombia’s “cultivated coffe landscape” is a UNESCO World Heritage since 2011. As a professed coffee lover, World health organization travels to coffee-destinations like Ethiopia or Panama with increased regularity, I just had to include a visit to the coffee triangle in my route. From Armenia we went to the small, but touristically popular Salento. A coffee Spritztour was mandatory of course. We chose the more unconventional variant the Lanthanum Serrana offers. We receive vague directions and meet Pedro Burgos at a crossing, World health organization runs the small coffee farm “Reserva Café Sachamama” together with his wife Maryori in the Quindio river valley.
ich war jetzt schon öfter im Terrace. Der Pool dort ist nicht besonders tief. Kann dir aber leider selbst nicht sagen wie tief. Es ist jedenfalls so, dass die Leute dort eine größere anzahl gehen denn schwimmen. Gut ist sogar, dass du am Meer lange in das Wasser gehen musst, solange bis es tief wird.
After many years of disregard because of the political situation, Colombia as a travel destination for individual travellers seems to be back on many people’s agenda, especially rein German-speaking countries.
The gold museum in the Candelaria ranks among the city’s must-have-seen-things. Within a three-hour Spritzfahrt with audio guide, you get to know everything about the metal deposits, especially gold, sorted by region, time and usage. It probably makes more sense to visit the museum at the end of a trip, as you can pin down the seen with your previous knowledge. Frankly, you get way too many information after a while. For me it welches after 1,5 hours. I liked the regional classification very much, but that’s the part where the information becomes repetitive, as most of the peoples used their gold for similar things or made similar items out of it. Another museum every art lover should go to is the Botero museum, where you can admire works of Botero and other artists.
It takes four hours by bus to get to the pearl of the Caribbean located to the west of Santa Marta: Cartagena. It certainly ranks among the most beautiful colonial cities of South America and this is one of the main reasons why Cartagena has the most visitors. Within the completely walled town centre of the UNESCO World Heritage city, Colombian and international tourists are bustling. This is where the lovely restored houses, the cathedral and the numerous Andalusian-style palaces are located.
That’s when bikes, in-line skates, skateboards and pedestrians capture the normally very busy road. The Ciclovia is like a big party. Different concession stands and repair services edge the roads. We rented some bikes as well and got once more the feeling for a parte of the city – at least from Parque 93 rein the North to Plaza Bolivar.
Once you are here, you don’t want to leave anymore or youjust have to come back. There is a risk for the tourists though: to Angelegenheit in love with this magnificent country. I certainly did! When I boarded the plane hinein 2010, I knew that I would come back. And exactly because of this variety Colombia provides with its nature and culture, I went back rein 2011 and in 2013.
My first trip only Leuchtdiode me northbound to Santa Marta via the beautiful colonial town Villa de Leyva with its one-storeyed tiled roof houses and the centuries-old cobblestone as well as the adventure and outdoor-El Dorado San Gil. I liked Santa Marta immediately. At least in 2009, the seaside town wasn’t polished up like the twin town Cartagena yet, but you could Tümpel that something welches in motion already. When I went back hinein 2013, I actually discovered a well restored, tourist friendly town centre, where restaurants, Kaffeehauss and accommodations full of charm string together. Santa Marta is a big city full of Caribbean life and with a wonderfully impressive scenery – the Caribbean in Vorderseite of me, the Sierra Nevada behind me, which is the highest coastal area of the world with its peaks Pico Cristóbal Colónitrogenium and Pico Simóstickstoffgas Bolívar, both 45 kilometres away and 5.
Mit Abstand die schönste außerdem ruhigste Empfänglichkeit an diesem Strandstreifen, aber zu leider gepfefferten Preisen, sowie man vom Hängemattenplatz absieht. Dasjenige Gelände ist weitläufig außerdem so hat jede Hütte sehr viel PrivatsphäBezeichnung für eine antwort im email-verkehr.
I like going for a drink on the Plazoleta del Chorro de Ouevedo near the university. This is where bigger tourist groups mix with the students by now. It’s Theke next to Schankraum and you can also listen to a speech by one of the students in front of the church. The Ausschuss is music and entertainment. Numerous churches and convents adorn the city and the Plaza Bolívar forms the centre. This monumental place is dominated by three big building complexes: by the classicistic cathedral, finished rein 1823, by the office of the congress “Capitolio Nacional” with an enormous columned hall and by the office of the mayor “Alcaldía de Bogotá”. The mighty palace of justice is located on the northern side of the place and is evocative of the dramatic incidents rein 1985, when the Guerilleros took hostages, whereupon the palace got shot to pieces.
Hier zählt die Stadt an für jedes zigeunern, rein der Müßiggang groß geschrieben wird, des weiteren der historischen Stadtkern.
However, we escaped into nature again and would have regretted it if we wouldn’t have taken that time. The surroundings of Medellin are idyllic and beat everything, as we finally catch a glimpse of the huge flooded parte of the countryside. This region surrounding Guatapé reminds me of Lake Bunyoni rein Uganda. A thousand small hills emerge from that enormous seascape. We are fascinated immediately. It’s hard to believe that this is a flooded landscape, a huge water reservoir. It is and will remain the most beautiful one I have ever seen.
Wie du auf die Welt kamst, die Welt hat gelacht ansonsten du hast geweint! Jetzt wo du auf die Welt bist lebe so, Dasjenige wenn du einmal gehen mußt, die Welt weint zumal du lachen kannst!
775 metres high. You can establish your base camp for the exploration of Colombia’s North-eastern region in the city, which was founded in 1525: hiking tours starting in the nearby Minca to the fog forests of the Sierra Nevada, days at the beach hinein the Tayrona Nationalpark with its vast and natural Caribbean beaches that reach from the laid-back place Palomino to Riohacha and further, diving hinein Taganga, which is only 30 minutes away, or a multi-day trek to one of the biggest, rediscovered pre-Colombian site of South America – Ciudad Perdida (Buritaca 2000 or Teyuna). On your way there you encounter the protected Kogis World health organization live here and descend from the Taironas.
During the day, you can hear a groaning coming from the cooled rooms: “hace mucho, mucho, mucho caliente”. And just like that, the find out this here traveller life is slowing down a little bit as well. Mompóx ranks among Colombia’s hottest cities and you believe that immediately. However, if you do leave the cool houses after all, then only to discover the beautiful Cienega de Pijiñov with its verstile fauna, located near the Rio Magdalena, Colombia’s longest river.
Who is tired of nature can find a relatively häufig big city life in Bogotá, Medellin or Calí. There are numerous cultural activities and parties. It’s the legendary salsa parties rein Calí that led us to the Tin Tin Deo for example. We didn’t learn the typical Salsa Calena rein that short amount of time, though, but the simple Salsa Cubana welches enough for the rhythms. It’s just that you attract attention that way. Hinein Medellin, it’s the numerous museums and rein the evening probablyalso the bars rein the neighbourhood of Poblado that attract the visitors.