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The only thing worth coming up here are the 360' views of Medellin. The hill is almost in the center, so the views are excellent.
But, almost same views you can get from Comuna 13 (highly recommend) or the cable car or from your hotel...More
A nice and fairly quiet place as it’s above a hill. A lovely way to spend an afternoon and early evening here, with a lookout that shows off the high valleys. The replica of a Pueblito and square is very nice and lively with a...More
Nice place to visit to see how the villages in Colombia looked ages ago, the people are very friendly and you can get drinks, food and use the restrooms if you're just passing by. Buy souvenirs, drinks and have a look over the city
We went during the night and it’s still super safe and very family oriented. If you go you’ll see a bunch of locals with their families for a little night out. There are a couple of restaurants and vendors where you can buy your souvenirs...More
The Pueblito Paisa is a small little village with a nice restaurant to eat authentic Colombian food. There is an option to hike up the hill for those who want a little more exercise. Overall this was an enjoyable place for the whole family.
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I have recently learned from someone who visited el Pueblito Paisa that they removed the "make believe:" school, the Parrish house, the hospital, the representations of the time and era of the "pueblitos" back then.The... More
I have recently learned from someone who visited el Pueblito Paisa that they removed the "make believe:" school, the Parrish house, the hospital, the representations of the time and era of the "pueblitos" back then.The church is still there and the tienditas. Entrance here is free. Great view to Medellin. I love taking the stairs up and down, walking around the mountain reconnecting, ending my afternoon/night at the restaurant that is located on top with those amazing plats/flowers hanging, such a great service. This is one of my favorite things to do when I am in Medellin. Hope that helped.