Medellín and its different museums, libraries, streets, and patrimonial buildings await visitors to take them on a journey that will amaze them. These aspects are symbols of a city that has transformed greatly throughout the last decade and which hold a rich architectural greatness like no other. Set aside a spot in your agenda when you plan your next vacation so that you can visit this must-see city.
A historical trip
Admire the wonderful sculptures and monuments in the Sculpture Park (Parque de las Esculturas), which is an open-air museum.
Start your visit to the city by going to the San Pedro Cemetery Museum, which was declared a National Monument in 1999 and where mausoleums and graveyard sculptures are real works of art. Then, take some time to walk around the photograph exhibit which showcases images of yesteryear at the Old Antioquian Railroad Station (Estación Antiguo Ferrocarril de Antioquia), which is located in the heart of the city center.
A walk through the city’s traditions
Walk along the Pedestrian Walkway Carabobo until you reach the Administrative Center La Alpujarra, the Antioquia Museum, the Culture Palace, and the newly rebuilt Cisneros Plaza. These buildings make up a part of the city’s architectural patrimony and showcase the best of art, culture and local traditions.
After taking this historical journey, stop by one of the five Library Parks and the Moravia Cultural Center which are perfect for spending time with the family. These 21st century buildings are the pride and joy of the locals and make up a part of what is considered the “new” Medellín.
Discover the historical patrimony of Medellín, a city filled with charm and that gets better with age.
Remember to carry a camera with you so that you can capture those unforgettable moments!
Step back in time and take a tour around Medellín.