In the early 20th century, the well-to-do of Lima would flock to the cliffside town of Barranco to escape the chaos of the city. As Lima continued to spread, the wealthier residents moved out and the area became a bohemian haven for artists, writers and musicians. Now a mix noteworthy landmarks, eclectic art spaces, and chic eateries, Barranco has done well with maintaining its historic identity while embracing its reputation as Lima’s hippest neighborhood.
You’ve got to hand it to The New York Times, when they spend 36 hours in a place, they really squeeze the most out of every minute. Their whirlwind visit to Bogota is no exception. This article gives you some great pointers for discovering the Colombian capital’s most exciting cafes, restaurants, museums and more. When you’re ready to go, remember LAN / LATAM Airlines Group offers daily flights from Miami, and connections to 23 domestic destinations in Colombia.