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Medellin Metrocable

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Medellin Metrocable

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Full-Day Guatapé (Pueblo de Zocalos) from Medellín

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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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DirectionJazmin wrote a review Oct 22
DirectionJazmin14 contributions8 helpful votes
very safe, excellent view overlooking the city. Ride is very smooth. you will have no regret and will walk away with great memories
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Date of experience: October 2020
SirDrankalot wrote a review Oct 19
138 contributions21 helpful votes
I found the Metrocable to be very modern and organized. Everything is streamlined and I highly recommend using it as a form of transportation or for a great view if it's your first time.
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Date of experience: October 2020
Shivi G wrote a review Sep 2020
Toronto, Ontario34 contributions2 helpful votes
We took the metro cable all four days we were in Medellin - the views are great and it is really interesting to see how a city connects various neighborhoods by having metro cables that are so accessible to everyone.
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Date of experience: October 2019
sreelal wrote a review May 2020
Eastbourne, United Kingdom32 contributions7 helpful votes
Great 👍🏼 I love this place will come back here agAin next time. Spend all day here love this city.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Michael B wrote a review Apr 2020
Bellflower, California14,495 contributions306 helpful votes
Looking for an inexpensive day out we decided to pay a ride visit to the Arvi Park via the Metrocable. To do this we boarded a train at Poblado metro station and traveled to Acevedo station, from where without leaving the station, we transfer to a cable car that whisked us over the roof tops of the less fortunate to the Santa Domingo cable station. Once at Santa Domingo we boarded the gondola for the longer ride at 10 miles an hour, way up and over the hills to Arvi Park. These Metrocable system was opened in 2004 and moves about 30,000 people a day up and down the valley sides. All the gondolas are equipped with sola light and communication system, and are designed to carry 8 small people, so when boarding choose your fellow passenger carefully, we had a modern family with two restless young children. Once at the park we discovered a Sunday farmers market, with lots of indigenous food and gifts stall. The Parks adventure hiking trails were well marked and seemed easy, but we resisted the temptation and settled for Lunch and a beer. Catching an early gondola back before the weekend rush, do make sure you are facing the sun, for its better to wear sunglass than burning you neck for the length of the ride back. Tip: There is no air-conditioning in the Metrocable Gondolas, so on hot days go early and take a fan.
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Date of experience: August 2019