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View of the National Coffee Park in Montenegro. /Photo. Flickr user 100porcientocafedecolombia. Patricia Rincón Mautner
The Parque Nacional del Café, or National Coffee Park, is devoted to the transmission of the coffee culture. In its twelve hectares, it encompasses a museum devoted to coffee culture, a coffee farm with several species of coffee where the entire production process is explained, and a natural reserve for the exhibition and protection of endemic species.This theme park revolves around coffee
The park offers several options for transportation within the park, some of which are representative of the ways coffee was transported in past times: horse-drawn carts and trains that stop at stations built in imitation of the traditional ones. Additionally, it is crossed by a cable car from which coffee farms may be seen.
As additional attractions, the park provides roller coasters, bumper cars, bumper boats, karts, an orchid exhibit, and horseback rides.