the pueblito is a bit underwhelming, but it was fun to see a view of medellin, however smoggy. it's a good thing to do if you fancy a workout and don't have anything else to do.
If you crave a chance to hike away from cars right on the metro this is the place. The little village is charming and was decorated for Christmas when I was there. I was too early for the museum.
It's a long hike up to be confronted by giant antennae, big dusty car park, and the mock village even more mock as they are rebuilding most of it. Not easy to walk around as there are huge homes everywhere. The vistas are good all around, but otherwise this place isn't worth the trouble to get there. Perhaps we're a... More
Alas the park it used to be is completely spoilt by lots of concrete. First there was the famous "Pueblito Paisa", originally a nice place to visit as it resembles a typical village in Antioquia. But than there came a auditorium, a massive dark-grey concrete buillding with a mysterious destination. And the last years they spoilt moer parts of the... More
Went here to visit on Friday before we came home went on Metro not far from Metro but we got cab to the top glad we did as it was a long walk to the top of the hill. There is a small village at the top of the hill, with a couple of gift shops. There is a small... More
this is one of only two water museums in the world, free, sponsored by the Medillin electric and gas (and I suspect water) utility. extremely informative. I have never been to a water museum before. the other one is in Peru where we have been but we didn't get to it. It starts with the Big Bang and winds up... More
Quaint but not much historical reference more another chance to see and / or buy yet more objects with Colombia on them. They are nice buildings but they are not connected or follow any history and some of the artifacts are a bit Ho hum. The views of Medellin whilst not a city with large historical buildings, are good and... More
Nice place to visit and have a drink of very much hot boiling water the drink preferred by the locals, I did not tasted but every one was having more than one , and to buy handy crafts , I recommend Artesanias del Carmen with the very helpful and knowable Sra Ligia to advice You .
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