A picturesque historical town set high in the Andes, Colombia‘s Villa de Leyva is one of the country’s top attractions and is home to some of its best preserved colonial architecture. Located a three-hour drive northeast from the capital Bogotá, the 16th-century cobbled streets, terracotta tile roofs and whitewashed buildings welcome visitors to this unique corner of the Boyacá department. Read on for my guide to the secrets of this rural gem.Read More
Let's talk about: MONTEVIDEO
The reason why I think Montevideo is such a special city is that it's small enough to walk around but big enough to have some great history, architecture and really cool pubs and restaurants. Most of the cities' interesting buildings and museums are in the Ciudad Vieja, west of Plaza Independencia.