Pueblito PaisaCurrently Open
- Address: calle 30 a autopista sur, Medellín, Antióquia, Colombia, Medellin
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Village, Family And Kids
Pueblito Paisa - Review
Pueblito Paisa is a small village located on the Nutibarra Hill and replicates the Antioquia town with a small church, a central fountain, the mayor’s office, a barber shop and a school! Some of the architecture pieces along with items like doors, casings, windows, the church alter, school chairs and desks and even utensils belong to the original town from the 1920’s!
Offering a rare chance to time travel, a walk here as you are lost in simpler times, is an experience in itself. The view of the surrounding valley and the city of Medellin, is an added perk!
Pueblito Paisa Opening and Closing Hours
- Timings of individual shops and restaurants at the village vary.
How To reach Pueblito Paisa by Public Transport
- By Metro: Exposiciones (2.5 kilometers away)
- By Bus: Nutibara
- By Taxi
- By renting a Car/ Bicycle.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Pueblito Paisa
95% of people who visit Medellin include Pueblito Paisa in their plan
1 PM - 2 PM
31.41% of people start their Pueblito Paisa visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Pueblito Paisa
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Pueblito Paisa
Pueblito Paisa Map
Pueblito Paisa Trips
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Pueblito Paisa, Medellin Reviews
Nice place to visit and get some ideas as to how the people lived not that lo g ago. The place is high on a hill so you also get a great view of the city. We ate there and enjoyed a traditional meal, I think this is a must see pkace.
This is a lovely spot for walking around and enjoying the town that feels so different to Medellin. We walked here from El Poblado, which I do not recommend. The wall itself was not very nice. Instead, I suggest either taking the metro and walking the stairs or taking a taxi (which we did on the way back)
We sat at the edge on the second floor where we could check out the boulevard and people watch. Food is good; we had beers and they were reasonably priced. The ambience is the best part of this restaurant.
Beautiful cozy spot right in the middle of Medellin up on the top 🔝 of a hill. It has a viewing deck that allows you to see Medellin from all sides of the deck. There is also the cute little town square set up that reminds me of small rural towns back home 🏠 in Jamaica 🇯🇲
Nice park at the top - I walked here from nearby Laureles. Almost empty walking up the stairs on the lush hillside - at the top a nearly 360 view of the city. Saw a plane take off at the airport. I came for the view but also found a museum, restaurant, cheap trinkets.