Medellin

4 Days

“The city of eternal spring”. It refers to an appellative that refers to a clear, luminous and loving metaphor, which invites visitors to enjoy a mountain valley, a unique aroma and a revelation of a mythical place becoming the second largest city in Colombia. 

Trip Facts

  • Available
  • Double or Triple
  • Spanish
  • Colombian Pesos
  • Comfortably
  • Yes

Overview

“The city of eternal spring”. It refers to an appellative that refers to a clear, luminous and loving metaphor, which invites visitors to enjoy a mountain valley, a unique aroma and a revelation of a mythical place becoming the second largest city in Colombia.

Trip Highlights

  • City Tour around Medellin (Cerro Nutibara, Parque de los Pies Descalzos, Parque de las Esculturas, Parques del Río)
  • Tour to Peñol - Guatape

Itinerary

Day 1 :
City Tour

City Tour around Medellin (Cerro Nutibara, Parque de los Pies Descalzos, Parque de las Esculturas,Parques del Río)

Tour to Peñol - Guatapé.

Includes/Excludes

Includes

  • Transfer Airport - Hotel - Airport
  • Accommodation. 4 Days 3 Nights, in double or triple accommodation, superior tourist hotel
  • Rooms equipped with air conditioning, safe deposit digital box, Smart TV, work desk, IP phone, connectivity panel and sliding mirror
  • Wet area (Jacuzzi, Turkish bath, mini Gym, solarium)
  • Breakfast per night
  • Wi-Fi in all areas of the hotel
  • City Tour around Medellin (Cerro Nutibara, Parque de los Pies Descalzos, Parque de las Esculturas, Parques del Río)
  • Tour to Peñol - Guatapé
  • Medical assistance card

Excludes

  • 19% VAT on accommodation is paid directly at the hotel
  • Hotel insurance
  • Mini bar
  • Personal expenses
  • Expenses not stipulated in the program
What is the weather like in Medellín?

Medellín enjoys a spring-like climate year-round, with average temperatures ranging from 60°F to 80°F (16°C to 27°C). However, it’s advisable to check the weather forecast before your trip, as conditions can vary.

Do I need a visa to visit Medellín?

Visa requirements depend on your nationality. Many countries, including the United States and most European nations, do not need a visa for short stays. Check with the Colombian consulate or embassy in your country for specific requirements.

Is Medellín safe for tourists?

Medellín has undergone significant transformation and is much safer than its reputation suggests. However, like any major city, it’s essential to remain vigilant, especially in certain neighborhoods. Stick to tourist areas, avoid displaying valuables, and use common sense.

What are the must-visit attractions in Medellín?

Must-visit attractions include Plaza Botero, Parque Arví, Comuna 13, Pueblito Paisa, and the Medellín Metrocable for stunning views of the city.

What's the currency in Colombia, and how do I exchange money?

The currency is the Colombian Peso (COP). You can exchange money at banks, exchange offices (casas de cambio), or ATMs throughout Medellín. Avoid currency exchange services at airports, as they often have higher fees.

Are there any cultural customs or norms I should be aware of in Medellín?

Colombians are generally warm and friendly. It’s polite to greet people with a handshake and maintain eye contact during conversations. Also, Colombians often use “usted” (formal “you”) when addressing strangers or elders.

What are some recommended restaurants and local dishes to try in Medellín?

Don’t miss trying bandeja paisa, arepas, and the famous Colombian coffee. For restaurants, check out Carmen, Oci.Mde, and Hacienda for delicious Colombian cuisine.

What are the best ways to get around Medellín?

Medellín has an efficient metro system, supplemented by Metrocable and Metroplús. Taxis and ride-sharing apps are also readily available and affordable for getting around the city.

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From $235
/ Adult
From $235
/ Child
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