Every place in Medellín has something that is especially interesting. It is a surprising and unique city with the most lively and hospitable people in the world.
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Offers a complete service infrastructure, as well as the fondas paisas (typical eateries), roadside inns, parks, restaurants, and complete lodging options in hotels and hostels.
takes you along the road that goes in the direction of the Pacific Ocean. It is necessary to cross the longest and most modern road tunnel in Latin America: the Túnel de Occidente. The main tourist offer here is Santa Fe de Antioquia, a wonderfully preserved colonial town that used to be the capital of the Department of Antioquia.
This is a marble canyon carved by the waters of a crystalline river in the midst of a tropical rain forest. Visitors are lodged in cabins that are virtually embedded in the rocks. The park and its surroundings are perfect for incentive trips based on nature. Activities include canopying, ordinary and inner tube rafting, snorkeling in Las Dantas, cave exploration in the Caverna de los Guácharos, the Templo del Tiempo, and expeditions to the Río Claro River falls.
is a housing complex built as a replica of a typical Antioquenean village. Its infrastructure is suitable for groups. Sailing on the Cauca River and riding on the traditional sports vehicles called “mules” are two ways of getting to know this mountainous landscape.