Visit the Museum of Antioquia, which houses acollection of Colombian and Latin American art. The Museum of Antioquia is oneof the most important museums in Colombia. It houses a collection of Colombianand Latin American art, including paintings, sculptures, photographs, and otherartworks.
Climb Cerro Nutibara, a mountain with panoramicviews of the city. Cerro Nutibara is a mountain located in the center ofMedellín. From the top of the mountain, you can enjoy panoramic views of thecity.
Explore Parque Arvi, a natural park with hikingtrails, cycling paths, and birdwatching opportunities. Parque Arvi is a naturalpark located just outside of Medellín. The park features hiking trails, cyclingpaths, and birdwatching opportunities.
Visit Parque Explora, an interactive science andtechnology museum. Parque Explora is an interactive science and technologymuseum. The museum is ideal for both children and adults.
Attend a soccer match at Estadio Atanasio Girardot.Estadio Atanasio Girardot is the largest stadium in Colombia. The stadium hostssoccer matches for Atlético Nacional and Independiente Medellín.
Try the bandeja paisa, a traditional Colombian dishconsisting of rice, beans, meat, sausage, egg, and fried plantain. The bandejapaisa is a traditional Colombian dish consisting of rice, beans, meat, sausage,egg, and fried plantain. It's a hearty and delicious dish that will keep youfull for hours.
Visit the Botanical Garden. The Botanical Garden isa botanical garden that houses a collection of plants from around the world.
Stroll through Parque de los Deseos. Parque de los Deseos is a public park that features a variety ofattractions, including a lake, a playground, an outdoor theater, and a skatingrink.
Visit the Museum of Modern Art of Medellín. TheMuseum of Modern Art of Medellín is a modern art museum that houses acollection of Colombian and Latin American art.
Discover Palacio de la Cultura Rafael Uribe Uribe. Right in the heart of the city and adjacent to some of the most iconicarchitectural landmarks of the area such as the Museum of Antioquia, BoteroSquare that houses a collection of sculptures by Fernando Botero, Berrío Park,the Basilica of the Candelaria, the Church of La Veracruz, and the MedellínMetro, currently the headquarters of the Institute of Culture and Heritage ofAntioquia.
Experience the best tour of Comuna 13 with localguides. In this tour, you can visit murals and graffiti full of vibrancy,color, and history. You'll get to know art galleries, street art, the famouselectric stairs of Comuna 13—unique in Latin America for being open-air withina neighborhood.
Enjoy a night of nightlife in the El Pobladoneighborhood.
El Poblado is the most popular neighborhood inMedellín for nightlife. The neighborhood boasts many bars, nightclubs, andrestaurants offering a variety of activities to enjoy.
Medellín is a wonderful city that has something tooffer to everyone!