Anthony Bourdain Colombia

  At See Colombia Travel Towers (it’s on the ground floor to be totally honest…) we all love Anthony Bourdain: a committed traveler, food-lover and, yes, aficionado of some slightly stronger beverages! And the best part of it is…Bourdain loves Colombia; so much so that he’s visited here twice to film episodes of his wonderful […]

La Puerta Falsa Bogota

  La Puerta Falsa (Calle 11 No 6-50), in Bogota’s historic La Candelaria District, is one of the oldest and most traditional restaurants in the city: it dates back to 1816, and, without wanting to make the place sound too old-fashioned, you can definitely tell! In spite of it’s position just off the Plaza Bolivar, […]

Goats Milk Santander

  Santander department is well-known in Colombia for it’s gastronomy: the region has a number of local delicacies and specialty dishes which are unique and different to what can be found in the rest of the country. Cities and towns like Bucaramanga, San Gil, and Barichara are the perfect places to try out these regional […]

Mondongo

  Colombia is not especially famous for it’s gastronomy (unfairly in my opinion), however, there are many delicious regional varieties of food to try which will ensure that even the most committed foodie can have an amazing experience travelling through Colombia. From the thick, hearty stews and soups of Bogota, to the fried fish and […]

San Antonio Church Cali

  I just came back from a brilliant weekend visit to Cali, my first time in the lovely southern Colombian city. I am thoroughly converted to Cali’s charms, and can’t wait to go back. But for now, to satisfy those urges, and encourage you to visit too, here’s a Top 5 list of what you […]

  In this post, I’m going to come out with an outrageous claim. The Colombian department, Boyaca, is not the Colombian capital city, Bogota. OK OK, guys, calm down. Let me just explain a moment. I know this is a pretty crazy statement to just come out and say, but I do have my reasons. Although, as we […]