For foodies with a sense of adventure, Cali, Colombia ticks a lot of boxes. That’s probably why the world’s Salsa dancing capital recently became the first South American city named to the French foodie network Delice.
Street food is often one of the best parts of traveling. For Cali street food, don’t miss the Galeria Alameda market, with stalls of food, gifts, and kitchen supplies and tables groaning with a regional bounty of veggies and fruit. Take some time to sample the exotic fruit, like tangy granadillas and guanabana, and salute the live chickens. Maybe grab a coffee pot and some wooden spoons for virtually nothing.