Latin America

Explore cities of latin america

notary in medellin

A Review: The Best Notary Office in Poblado Medellin

If you plan on living in Medellin, you’ll probably need to do the following: Obtain a visa, rental, buy a house, or get a union libre and most likely a divorce. All of which requires you to notarize your document(s). If you’re located in Poblado, Mila de Oro, there are several notary offices you can choose… Read More »A Review: The Best Notary Office in Poblado Medellin

WhatsApp in Medellin and Your Complete Guide

WhatsApp is an application almost every single person in Colombia uses. While it might not popular in the United States, it’s definitely popular around the world. Plus, if you sign up for prepaid services with any Colombian carrier such as Claro, Movistar, you will receive unlimited usage of WhatsApp. Do you know the tricks behind… Read More »WhatsApp in Medellin and Your Complete Guide

The Magical Mountain in Santa Elena

Few have said that Santa Elena is one of their favorite place in Antioquia. I had to write about this one place called La Montaña Mágica, a District of Santa Elena. It’s less than 30-50 minutes drive from Medellín. There’s a tingling feeling, something magical here that most people will know and fall in love with. Yes the… Read More »The Magical Mountain in Santa Elena

Lili a la carta logo

The Story of Lili a la Carta and Sueños y Huellas del Mañana

I traveled last year to Colombia and fell in love with Medellin, like a lot of foreigners I wanted to come back to this city with the lovely lights at night, nice people and so many things to do. In Belgium I am a teacher of art and religion for children with disabilities. I was… Read More »The Story of Lili a la Carta and Sueños y Huellas del Mañana

pueblito paisa

Tourism Injecting Economic Growth in Medellin and New Tourist Destination Added

According to Tourism Indicators System of Medellin and Antioquia (Situr), about 75,000 tourists chose the capital of Antioquia as a tourist destination in the year 2016. Of those, 20,000 were foreigners (Non Latin America). They’ve generated an economic impact on the city of $49 million dollars U.S. For residents abroad, of which 55,000 reported domestic tourists,… Read More »Tourism Injecting Economic Growth in Medellin and New Tourist Destination Added

Egyptian’s Worst Experience in Medellin: I Almost Died

Per my earlier article A Story of an Egyptian Living in Medellin, I’m a former Egyptian national who moved to Medellin and will live here forever. I absolutely love this city. First and foremost, what happened to me can happen ANYWHERE in the world and I’m only sharing this story to better provide balance and… Read More »Egyptian’s Worst Experience in Medellin: I Almost Died

Medellin Is Outside the List of the 50 Most Violent Cities

Medellin the City of Eternal Spring for the second year remains outside the list of the 50 most violent cities in the world, published annually by the Mexican NGO Citizen Council for Public Safety and Criminal Justice (CCSPJP). Years ago became regarded as the most violent city in the world because of the conflict between… Read More »Medellin Is Outside the List of the 50 Most Violent Cities

remote work in medellin

Medellin Promoting Remote Work to Help Reduce Pollution

The signing of the Pact for Telework, which will have several entities of Medellín and Antioquia with the Ministry of ICT seeking to stimulate telecommuting in the region. It’s been welcomed by sixteen organizations of the department, in a bid to increase productivity levels, generate a sustainable region, promote employment generation and encourage the effective use of… Read More »Medellin Promoting Remote Work to Help Reduce Pollution