You must visit the mythical European literary cafe named, the Cave, in the busy city of Barranquilla. Every time I visit Colombia I must stop at this oasis. You can meet the artists of the Group of Barranquilla, led by Gabriel García Márquez, then abandoned and happily recovered in 2002 and not only as a museum tributed to the artists, but as a reference in the kitchen Barranquilla. A kitchen with fresh ingredients and a touch of fusion to form a modern classic in the capital of the Magdalena River at good prices. Do not be surprised if you come across a film screening, a short story competition, or carnival arts (oral and intangible heritage of humanity) if you are lucky and visit the city at that time or a gathering paired with a long list of cocktails with funny and suggestive titles. And if you get lost, follow the footprints of the elephant ...
COLOMBIA IS A WONDERFUL PLACE, WITH ENDEARING PEOPLE AND PLACES. IT IS QUITE A QUIET PLACE AND IS A PLEASURE TO EXPLORE AS A TOURIST. MEDELLIN, BELLO, ENVIGADO, Tolima, SANTA FE, SANTA MARTA, SAN ANDRES, CAUCA VALLEY, ETC ... I RECOMMEND VISITING ALL OF THESE PLACES TO FULLY EXPLORE COLOMBIA AND YOU WILL HAVE A WONDERFUL TIME.
Each time I arrive in Barranquilla my palate sends signals, or better flavor sensations, that only I can find in Nena Lela. This magnificent place is in the Buenavista 2 mall, hopefully when these lands curramberas you won't forget to stop by this wonderful place.
When you travel to South America at some point, you'll miss the fusion of Colombian, Mediterranean, and international food. If you add the chill house and dance hits, bistro 51 is a perfect place. Tonight there's grilled octopus, with mashed potatoes and ratatouille. Delicious :)
Since 1888 the atlantic port of colombia. All and sundry entered and the old wharf and port has the best memory of the great progress that brought progress, cars and culture to Barranquilla and Colombia.