A fountain and eight small rose gardens, arranged as petals, are located in the center of El Libertador Park, the most important park in El Jardín. Guayacanes and ceibas, among other trees, are also found in the park. The site, which was declared a National Monument in 1985, is the meeting place of the inhabitants of this Colombian Heritage Town.
NEARBY ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
Some of the highlightsof this town in southwestern Antioquia include walking through the main park in El Jardín, entering the Basilica, and trying delicacies like trout and traditional sweets.
Photo by: Óscar Botero / Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia