Visiting Medellín, Colombia: A Beginner’s Guide (Part 2)

So you’re visiting Medellín for a while. You saw the Christmas lights. You stared into the night sky at Plaza de la Luz, rode the San Javier open air escalators, and toured four or five of the Parque Bibliotecas. You rode the metrocable to Mazaanti’s Parque Biblioteca España and hiked Parque Arví. You’ve done it all.Now you’re ready to experience more of the city, a town former Mayor Luis Perez called “an urban poem.”Here are three parks, three m...
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Visiting Medellín, Colombia: A Beginner’s Guide (Part 1)

You’re in Medellín for a while. Before you settle in your hostel or apartment, or throw yourself head first into a new job, or begin your studies at the Universidad de Medellín, get to know your nook of the city and its surrounding neighborhoods. Here’s how.December through mid-January, Medellín is illuminated by Christmas displays. Highlights of the free tour include Christmas lights along Medellín River and La Playa Avenue and a technologically...
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Nice article. I would like to go soon and this could help me out some. Like the open air escalators the most.
Thursday, 05 February 2015 19:48
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