With La Mesa Food Tours you will experience a variety of delectable delights as well as cultural and historical sites.
Empanadas with aji. The best snack.
That smell of freshly roasted coffee beans.
Medellín graffiti is a colorful art form.
Overlooking the city of Medellín at dusk.
Parque de la Luz in Plaza Cisneros Medellín.
3 Cordilleras is one of Medellín's newest craft breweries.
Ajiaco (chicken stew) warms you up on cool Bogotá day.
Salpicón is made with a variety of exotic fruits.
Grapes you know - but have you had uchuvas or tomates de arbol?
What flavors are hidden in your coffee?
Statue by Fernando Botero in the appropriately named Botero Plaza.
Beer and chicharrón - simply delicious.
Colombian chiva bus - art in transportation.
Empanadas with ají on our Colombian Street Food Tour.
The yellow, blue and red of the Colombian flag.
Arepa de chócolo with fresh farmer's cheese - a typical Colombian snack.
Colombian aguardiente is delicious (and dangerous!).
Even graffiti artists are proud of Medellín.
Fresh veggies and fruits at the Minorista Market.
Fruits in jars.
Stopping by an old music bar on the Colombian Street Food Tour.
Arepas hot off the grill!
Guanabana may look dangerous, but the inside is tasty.
This empanada doesn't stand a chance!
The Envigado Church all dressed up for the holidays.
Pitaya (dragon fruit) is a favorite on our Exotic Fruits Tour.
Sneaking another bite of an arepa de chócolo.
Find everything at the market.
Another delicious bandeja paisa on the street food tour.
Flowers on the coffee farm.
Sensory tasting incredible Colombian coffee.
Colombia's most famous artist - Fernando Botero.
Medellin - the city of eternal spring.
The different stages of a coffee bean.
Which is your favorite fruit?
Tamales wrapped in banana leaves.