Attractions

  • Museum of Antioquia / Botero Square

    Address:
    Museo de Antioquia, Calle 52, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia .

    The Museum de Antioquia is a museum located in the center of Medellín that houses collections with international relevance. It was the first founded in the department of Antioquia and the second in Colombia. It is located in front of the Botero square, this square exhibits 23 sculptures by the Colombian artist Fernando Botero, who donated these and other works of art for the renovation of the museum in 2004

  • Medellín Museum of Modern Art

    Address:
    Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín, Carrera 44, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia .

    The Museum of Modern Art of Medellín or MAMM is a museum located in Medellín, dedicated to research, conservation and dissemination in the fields of modern and contemporary art, as well as the cultural development of the city. It was founded in 1978. It has 233 paintings by Débora Arango, the largest collection that exists of this painter. The Colombian Ministry of Culture declared the works in this collection as Assets of Cultural Interest of National Order in 2004.

  • Pueblito Paisa

    Address:
    Pueblito Paisa, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia .

    One of the places that any tourist in the world visits in Medellín is the famous Pueblito Paisa. This space, located on the Nutibara hill, is a replica of a typical Antioquia town. It is a lung in the urban center of Medellín. It is built as the towns were built in the past. It has a stone square, a fountain, a church, a priest's house, the mayor's office, the barbershop and the school, which are characteristic of traditional villages.

  • Metrocable

    Address:
    Line MetroCable H, Calle 50, Medellín, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia .

    Metrocable is a gondola lift system implemented by the City Council of Medellín, Colombia, with the purpose of providing a complementary transportation service to that of Medellín Metro. It was designed to reach some of the city's informal settlements on the steep hills that mark its topography.

  • El Poblado Park

    Address:
    Parque de El Poblado, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia .

    In the place that today is known as El Poblado Park, the visitor Francisco Herrera y Campuzano, supported by a Royal Certificate, decreed on this date the foundation of the first town with 80 indigenous people under the name of San Lorenzo de Aburrá. You can enjoy its craft fair, restaurants and bars in the area

  • Golden Mile

    Address:
    Milla De Oro, Cra 43A, Medellín, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia .

    The Golden Mile of Medellín is a commercial and tourist area located south-center of the city of Medellín, Colombia. It is located on Avenida El Poblado, between the park of the same name and the La Aguacatala road interchange, and encompasses public spaces, sidewalks, gardens and parks, trees and buildings on both sides of the avenue.

  • Lleras Park

    Address:
    Parque Lleras, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia .

    Lleras Park is the perfect destination if you want to spend an unforgettable night in Medellín. In this sector of El Poblado, one of the areas of the city with the greatest infrastructure for tourism, you will surely find what you are looking for: a store with local talent; a restaurant where you can taste fast or gourmet food; a quiet bar to chat, listen to music and share a cocktail; a disco to dance until dawn; or a place where you can do all four without having to anywhere else.

  • Provenza Neighborhood

    Address:
    PERGAMINO Café-Via Primavera, Carrera 37, Medellín, Medellin, Antioquia, Colombia .

    Where diverse proposals of designers of clothes, accessories, footwear, decoration, furniture, art and gastronomy converge. Among majestic trees and traditional houses, the young designers from Medellín, paisas or natives, have opened a unique creative and commercial space.