Our fist stop includes iconic places such as the Sculptures Park also known as Botero Square.
An urban space that displays 23 sculptures of the illustrious son of Medellin, Master Fernando Botero.
After walking around and appreciating the open-air museum, we head to the Cultural Palace, a beautiful neo-Gothic style building.
At this place your guide tells you this buildings story while you admire the architectural beauty from inside.
Our next stop in our Medellin City Tour is nothing less than the second church built in Medellin.
Once the Medellins Courthouse, Palacio Nacional is now one of the most unusual shopping malls in the city.
This is a good opportunity to buy Colombian clothing and souvenirs at a good price.
Go ahead and prove your bargain skills!
Keeping our journey to Medellins history we find the Saln Mlaga.
Since this bar has remained unchanged for 60 years, once you are inside it provides a feeling of being in the Medellin of the 50s.
This is the perfect scene to explain to you the history of our downtown: its golden age, decadence and current programs to revive it.
Tram & Aerial Car
After our 4.3 km ride in the tram, we reach the most recent aerial car line to fly over hundreds of houses.
Throughout the flight your guide will talk about displaced settlements in Medellin and Colombia.
Little Plaza of Florez
Later on, we take you to Little Plaza of Florez a very traditional food market in the city.
We will be walking among food kiosks and fruit stands where we will invite you to have a taste of the most tropical exotic fruits.
House of Memory Museum
The last stop in the Medellin City Tour is Casa Museo de la Memoria.
This museum offers you a unique insight into the history of Colombias armed conflict from the victims perspective, as well as the countrys positive outlook into the future.