Medellin Is Home To Perfect Weather, Top Health Care, And Low Cost of Living
Colombia is quietly becoming one of the world's best overseas havens. From colonial Bogota to friendly Medellin, this corner of the world is quickly shedding the false stigma that has lingered since Pablo Escobar's death nearly 20 years ago.
Old Bogota is the most impressive and extensive collection of Spanish colonial structures we've seen. Nothing in Nicaragua, Panama, Guatemala, or Ecuador compares. The old town in Bogota is most reminiscent of old town Quito, but many times bigger and, though hardly gentrified, more welcoming.
Medellin is a miniature and cleaner version of Buenos Aires, Argentina, from its annual International Tango Festival to its Botero Museum. Culture abounds here, and plants and flowers are ever-present thanks to spring-like weather that keeps throughout the year.
Thanks to screaming real estate bargains, Medellin is one of our top choices as an overseas retirement and investment haven.
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