The Top Ten Places to Visit in South America
This is the heart of Colombia. With its vibrant citizens, this global city has great places to wine and dine, and the intriguing history of the city is irresistible. Visit the Gold Museum or the Church of San Francisco built in 1556. Don’t forget to take a trip into the lush mountainous countryside. Mount Monserrate is especially breathtaking. On Sundays many streets are closed to create the Ciclovia, that is, bikes only are allowed. You can even rent bikes right from your hotel.
This is undoubtedly one of the finest places to live and visit in all of South America. The pace is relaxed, but you can easily find excitement surfing or paragliding. The beautiful crescent beaches and quiet town demeanor invite you to extend your stay. The easygoing Brazilian lifestyle is contagious. Make sure to schedule a day trip to the small island paradise of Campeche.