My name is Juan David and I am a historian of the University of Antioquia, so in the tours I seek to explain how the city has evolved, what problems it has and what solutions have been implemented. I also try to show you places outside the tourist circuits that include visits to the high and central districts, viewpoints, library parks, universities, problematic areas of the...
My name is Juan David and I am a historian of the University of Antioquia, so in the tours I seek to explain how the city has evolved, what problems it has and what solutions have been implemented. I also try to show you places outside the tourist circuits that include visits to the high and central districts, viewpoints, library parks, universities, problematic areas of the city, alternative gastronomic centers, etc. Although all this I can adapt to the expectations, places and stories that want to know Medellin.
If you want to visit the city of Medellín with its history, cuisine and social nuances, do not hesitate to attend the tours we organize for the most representative places in the city. In the guide you will have the opportunity to know what is behind each building, monument or space, observe the contrasts of the streets, marvel at the classic art, urban and muralism of the city, discover the social and urban transformation that has turned Medellín In one of the best tourist destinations in the world, understand the social conflict that ravaged the city, interact with popular neighborhoods symbols of the change experienced in Medellin and highlight the projects of architectural, technological, urban, and social innovation that Medellín is undertaking.
10:00 a.m. - 12:00 m (Approx.) - Visit to the historic center of Medellín. (Berrio Park, Candelaria Church, Pedro Nel Gómez mural, Palace of Culture, Botero Park)
12: 00m - 12:15 on the way to the San Antonio del Tranvía station
12:15 - 12:40 p.m. - Metrocable
12:40 - 1:10 p.m. - Arrival at the East Tram Station
The tour includes: Berrio Park, Botero Park, Palace of Culture, Travia, Metrocable (symbol of social and urban transformation of Medellin), urban art and incredible viewpoints.
To attend you should only have the money of your expenses and a contribution at the end of the tour.
Postscript: the tours are conducted under the modality of Walking Tour, under no circumstances is private transportation handled in this mode (please if you do not like to walk do not take this tour). In addition, the days with too much rain will not carry out the guide, since it would be impossible to mobilize, only alternative activities will be carried out as far as possible, although there is always the possibility of reprogramming the route. we appreciate your understanding.
Meeting point: Open in Google Maps
How to find me: Once you arrive at the Parque Berrio station of the Medellín Metro you should wait at the south exit on the Dunkin Donust.
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Fantà chica que hizo de guía era estudiante de filosofía,creo, y realizó un tour lleno de sensibilidad,actualidad e información ó algo más de dos horas y media, desde las 10: recomendable.
Took a tour with Hernan. Great insights, great english, non biased approach to very complicated situation in past and present Medellin and Colombia.
Interesting and well organized, Melisa was exceptional and ready to answer all our questions and to give us suggestions for everything
Did the city walking tour guided by Melisa. From the first moment he was able to inspire the group with his knowledge about the history of medellin. He was willing to take his time and explain how medellin Became the city as it is now, while he guided us through the city centre of medellin and Showed us Some historical highlights. Would definately recommend the tour!
This tour is a must to understand the history of the city and how it is starting to be transformed after the terrible past. Melisa was just great.
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