49. Medellin, Colombia
Why you should go: Medellin’s temperatures barely budge from the low 80s (it’s called ‘The City of Eternal Spring’), but January, February, and March are the city’s driest months—a welcome respite from rainy, snowy North America. No longer a hot spot for drug cartels, Medellin is known for its huge nightlife scene, amazing museums, and the fertile land it sits on between two Andean mountains (the coffee is top-notch).
Why it’s a steal: You can fly to Medellin for a median airfare of $686 between December and March. Hotels cost around $104 per night on average.
Where to stay: The Charlee Hotel sits across from Lleras Park, Medellín’s hipster neighborhood. All the rooms, which start at $197, come with big balconies made for cocktail sipping. The rooftop pool has even better views.
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