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Great area to find work-out clothes. Some excellent indigenous craftwork kiosks. Get soccer jerseys in this area. The people are very friendly. There are police around and mostly families, so it's safe and fun. The Metro station is within a block.
We had a lot of fun bartering for "Ray Brands" and "Coverse" in the streets around the Paseo. Blocks and blocks of vendors selling wares.
Everyone was friendly and respectful. With a simple "No Gracias," they would stop asking and wouldn't pester us anymore.
This building was erected in the 1920s according to our guide. There are not a lot of old buildings in Medellin so if you're into architecture and shopping you should go. You can bargain for anything you want here but don't be greedy. Buyer beware...More
Peatonal carabobo pedestrian walkway is just next to plaza Botero and is a stretch of blocks with hundreds of people and shops. Walking this pedestrian street mall is very chaotic without much of value for the average tourist. If you are pressed for time, skip...More