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About Medellín


Medellín, nestled in the picturesque Aburrá Valley, is a vibrant Colombian city renowned for its remarkable transformation; Medellín has blossomed into a hub of innovation and culture. The city’s pleasant climate, modern metro system, and striking mountainous backdrop provide a setting where flourishing art, music, and technology scenes thrive. Medellín welcomes visitors to explore its lively markets, indulge in local cuisine, and appreciate the breathtaking views from the surrounding hills.

Must-Visit Attractions:

Comuna 13 Murals and Escalator

Escalators to Heaven, Comuna 13, once a symbol of Medellín’s turbulent past, has been revitalized through an inspiring transformation. The vibrant murals adorning the walls tell stories of resilience and hope, capturing the essence of the neighborhood’s journey to peace. The outdoor escalators, an innovative addition, ascend through the hills, granting visitors easy access to the heart of this artistic community while offering panoramic views of the city below.

Parque Explora

A captivating blend of education and entertainment, Parque Explora is a science center and aquarium that fascinates visitors of all ages. With interactive exhibits showcasing biology, physics, and technology, the park encourages hands-on learning in an engaging and fun environment. The aquarium, featuring diverse aquatic life, is a mesmerizing highlight, making Parque Explora a must-visit for families and science enthusiasts.

Plaza Botero

Named after Colombia’s renowned artist Fernando Botero, Plaza Botero is an open-air gallery nestled in the heart of Medellín. It showcases a remarkable collection of Botero’s iconic sculptures, characterized by their exaggerated forms. Surrounded by lush greenery and historical buildings, the plaza offers a serene space for appreciating art, people-watching, and immersing oneself in the city’s vibrant atmosphere.