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Cerro Nutibara

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Cerro Nutibara

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Eliminate the hassle of traveling independently from Medellín to Guatapé (Pueblo de Zocalos) and spectacular Peñol Rock (La Piedra del Peñol) on this stress-free, full-day tour. As well as summiting Peñol Rock—a must-see for anyone visiting Medellín—you’ll enjoy visits to the local town of Guatapé, the famous Guatapé Zocalos and an exclusive boat tour of Guatapé Lake! Traditional lunch is included with this tour for your convenience.
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Michael B wrote a review May 2020
Bellflower, California15,298 contributions360 helpful votes
We had come to Medellin to see the Feria de Flores and everywhere we visited were examples of the flower displays that are carried on people's backs. Here at this government production of a traditional antioquian village, was no exception. There are lots of shops with native handcrafts for sale, and places to eat local style food. The whole place is built in the middle of Medellin on a small wooded hill called Nutibara, complete with colonial replica structures, church and a tiny government photo museum. After visiting the church, we walked up to the museum which has a pretty good gift shop then on to the big area with its 360 view of the city and surrounding Hills. TIP: Recommend catching a taxi, as it’s a steep to climb both ways. and far from the metro.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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DAMMCTDE wrote a review Mar 2020
Montreal, Canada79 contributions135 helpful votes
Taxis cant drive you up to the top. They will leave you at the bottom and you have to walk up the hill. When you get up.... most things are closed. There are only few over priced souvenir shops opened. The only thing worth here is the view from the hill. However, you need to over look at the ran down grounds.
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Date of experience: March 2020
Supercords wrote a review Jan 2020
Lehi, Utah114 contributions48 helpful votes
If you can't make it anywhere else to see views of the city, I suppose this will do. Large grassy area where you can get sunburned while taking selfies of Medellin.
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Date of experience: January 2020
KCtraveler1102 wrote a review Dec 2019
Kansas City, Missouri56 contributions26 helpful votes
After walking a considerable uphill distance, upon arriving I was very disappointed at how little was there. The church was closed for construction & I found no museum other than the attempt to re-create a small Colombian town. If this is of your tour, why not, but unless you have a lot of extra time on your hands, there are many more interesting places to visit.
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Date of experience: December 2019
Terry L wrote a review Nov 2019
Los Angeles, California86 contributions8 helpful votes
This is a staircase away from Pueblito Paisa, nice views of the city. Take a taxi all the way up or you’ll have a steep strenuous walk from parking lot. Not worth it. The view area is a big open space but it’s not really romantic. There’s a plan to renovate the area You’ll get better views from metro cable
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Date of experience: November 2019
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