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Medellín: botero square, historic center with a street snack

1. Medellín: botero square, historic center with a street snack

Explore the historic city of Medellin on this guided walking tour. Marvel at the views of the Andes mountains and stunning landscape as you wander around the city. Visit the historic districts and let this fascinating city come to life through stories, explanations, and urban legends that your guide tells you. Meet your guide at the Parque Berrío to begin your walking tour. Discover Medellin's most traditional parks, squares, and streets while learning about the city's history, culture, and people.  Embark on a captivating journey through Medellín, where culture, history, and architectural marvels intertwine. Explore an urban oasis adorned with awe-inspiring statues, a testament to the city's spirit and resilience.  Immerse yourself in an enchanting world of ancient pictographic scrolls and vibrant murals that depict captivating stories.  Discover architectural gems and colorful street art. Stroll through charming passages revealing tales of history and elegance, indulging in hidden treasures and exclusive clubs.  Escape to tranquil parks and witness the harmonious embrace of faith and beauty in a majestic basilica.  Delight in lively plazas, busy markets, performances, and the joyful spirit of Medellín. Dive into a world of creativity and style in bustling commercial centers.  Visit a historic railway and witness an administrative center reflecting a brighter future. Experience illuminated parks, captivating passages, and larger-than-life sculptures.  End your day on a high with photos and cherished memories that you won't forget. 

Medellin Downtown Walking Tour: culture and history

2. Medellin Downtown Walking Tour: culture and history

We will immerse ourselves among the streets of Medellín and its people to understand the history, development, conflict and the social commitment of an inclusive and innovative city! From the hand of local "Paisas" guides, you will understand how we reverted our dark and violent past, a product of the drug trafficking of the 80's and 90's, into a bright future that made us stronger. Thanks to the collective resilient effort and social investment that today allows us to walk, and live in the city of "Eternal Spring", we will visit the unmissable places of the city such as the "Plaza de Botero" and "La Libertad", "Parque de las Luces" and "Los Pies Descalzos". During the tour, we will move between passages, we will cross the famous Junin street, and we will discover the essence of the center of Medellín. Do not miss our unique and original tour where we continue to write history together!

Medellin: Museum of Antioquia Skip-the-Line Ticket

3. Medellin: Museum of Antioquia Skip-the-Line Ticket

Located in the Plaza de Botero, the Museo de Antioquia features an extensive collection of artwork by Medellin native Fernando Botero. Enjoy skip-the-line admission to the museum and make the most of your time there. Considered "the most Colombian of Colombian artists," his acclaimed Botero style is internationally recognized and can be found in some of the world's most important venues. Discover his most successful works of art and learn all about his fascinating life.

Medellin Shared Walking Tour Metro ticket included

4. Medellin Shared Walking Tour Metro ticket included

Medellín welcomes everyone and this Free Walking Tour is the proof of it. Join our friendly local guide and let him introduce you this charming city. And meet more travelers like you while you visit Medellin’s must-see places. You will meet them at Poblado Metro Station to start the adventure. Get to know places like: Botero Square, La Alpujarra, Parque de las Luces, Parque de los Pies Descalzos (Barefoot Park) and more. Meet your guide and take the Metro At first, you will meet the tour guide and the rest of your group at Poblado Metro Station. Once there you will take the Metro to Parque Berrio Station. Head to Botero Square Once there you will walk around Medellin’s downtown and to Botero Square. This is one of the most iconic areas of the city center. Around here you will find the Antioquia Museum and also the only outdoor site in the world with 23 sculptures by the famous artist Fernando Botero. Discover Las Luces Park and La Alpujarra After visiting Botero Square, you will keep walking around and you will visit other interesting sites such as: Las Luces Park, La Alpujarra and the old Palace of Justice. Las Luces Park (El Parque de las Luces) combines architecture and culture to create an interesting scenario. The charm of this square lies in the 300 columns of light, each one 24 meters high. On the other side, la Alpujarra gathers the government buildings and important monuments for Medellin’s history. With this you will learn different sides of the city. Explore Parque de los pies descalzos (Barefoot Park) Close to La Alpujarra you will find Parque de los Pies Descalzos, which means the Barefoot Park. It is a thematic space created with the purpose of inviting visitors to go barefoot and get in touch with nature. The perfect place to have a relaxing time in the middle of the city and to have a short break. Afterwards you will visit old Antioquia’s railroad station to finish the tour. Finish your tour in San Antonio Metro Station After having a great couple of hours wandering around the city center, you will take the metro with your group again and head back to Poblado Metro Station.

Comuna 13 and Downtown Medellín City Tour

5. Comuna 13 and Downtown Medellín City Tour

At first, you will be picked up by our guide at the hotel. Soon after you will be heading downtown where the tour takes place. After visiting the museum, you will have a fun local experience at the most emblematic markets of Medellin’s history: Placita de Flórez. Here, you will have a gastronomic experience and you will get to try some fruits and walk along the halls full of local and national products, as you learn about the traditions and stories of this place. Your next stop is San Antonio Park, a sort of open-air gallery that includes some Botero's sculptures. Botero is a famous Colombian artist, known for playing with proportions of the images. Here you will be able to walk around the place as you learn more about the city with your guide. You will tour along gastronomic places where you will also get to have some treats! Continuing with Botero’s topic you will head to the last stop: Botero Square. The only open-air place in the world with 23 sculptures by the artist. Here, you will not only learn more about his work and life, but you will also get to know more about the city center of Medellin, the Metro system and culture, and much more. Your last but not least stop is a must when in Medellin: the Comuna 13. Here, you’ll take the Metro cable car to get to the comuna, where you’ll be part of its famous graffiti tour. You will get to see urban art, street artist and the warmth of locals who want to share their joy with you. Having finished this visit, the guide and the driver will take you back to your hotel. Take this tour as a starter and finish it wanting to know more about this fascinating city in this magical country that offers you everything.

Medellín: Comuna 13, Pueblito Paisa, & Antioquia Museum Tour

6. Medellín: Comuna 13, Pueblito Paisa, & Antioquia Museum Tour

A representative will contact you at the hotel where you are staying, to start the tour with a visit to Commune 13, taking a historical, aesthetic and political tour that some street artists from the Hip Hop movement in that area of the city designed and execute in the Commune. city, through graffiti, the stories that move and inspire hope and the search for better living conditions for the community are made known, then there will be a short journey by metro and a metrocable line from where you can see a unparalleled panoramic view of the city, we continue with a panoramic tour where you will be able to appreciate some of the places with the greatest tourist attraction and social impact of the city, such as the Nutibara hill, on top of which is a replica of a typical Antioquian town, botanical garden, park explora, park of desires, Ruta N innovation and technology center, barefoot park, finally the botero square where 23 is open-air bronze cultures by the Colombian master Fernando Botero and admission to the Antioquia museum. In the end I return to the hotel.

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Very nice tour from a young company, started after the COVID period. Mr Santiago was our guide and he did a marvellous job. We’ve seen things we otherwise wouldn’t have. If you’re in Medellin, book this one. You’ll enjoy it. They leave from Botero square, do two versions: English and Spanish with a honest and open conversation about history and future of Medellin at the and of the tour. Well done 👍🏻

The activity was great. The group was very warm and friendly. The guide Walter and the driver Cristian were very professional, they provided a lot of information, attentive to each person's requirements. Excellent. Highly recommended. The guide Paola from Comuna 13 is very kind and committed.

Our tour guide Danny went above and beyond to make sure we had a safe and enjoyable tour. Our group learned so much from Danny, and we're all very grateful for a great tour!

Manuel was an excellent guide, knowledgeable and very animated. He gave a wonderful overview of the history of el Centro, and talked about social issues. A wonderful tour.

Good guide, told us a lot, in our opinion, from our own experience. Recommended!