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Let us share with you our love and passion for our city! All of our walking tours in medellin are run by locals (born and raised in Medellin) who are eager to share their stories and experience with you.
Rather than guides, we are story tellers. We go beyond showing you the sights to offer you a different perspective, always aiming to be honest and open-minded.
Join us on one of our walking tours and discover the different facets of Medellin!
Medellin’s vibrant downtown is a definite must-see. History, culture and commerce converge to create a special backdrop for our stories throughout the tour.
Want to eat like a local? You’ve probably heard of “empanadas” but have you tried “lechona” and did you know that “bocadillo” in Colombia is not a sandwich?
For a closer look at the city’s transformation and daily life of its inhabitants, visit one of its barrios (neighborhoods) and learn about the associated challenges.
You don’t have to be a chef or major foodie to enjoy a visit to the market! And what better way to enjoy a country’s biodiversity than to taste your way through it?
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Absolutely! Although the government has imposed certain regulations, our activity is permitted for groups of maximum 6 people.
No, our tours run rain or shine!
No, our Barrio Transformation Tour does not include Comuna 13 (aka San Javier) nor any of the cable cars. It takes place in a different neighborhood close to the North bus terminal.
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Sí! Nuestra logística esta diseñada para operar tours en inglés, sin embargo tenemos la flexibilidad para ofrecer tours privados en español.
Yes we do! Due to the current restrictions related to COVID-19 we have adapted our business model to offer private tours as well.
The Free Walking Tour covers the main sights in the city center: Old Railway Station, Alpujarra Administrative Centre, Square of Lights, Carabobo pedestrian street, National Palace, Veracruz Church, Botero Square (Sculptures Square), Pedro Nel’s Murals, Berrio Park, Junin pedestrian street, Bolivar Park and San Antonio Park.
Short answer: No. Longer answer: Our Free Walking Tour does include the topic of drugs, but we go far beyond the times of Pablo Escobar, as we explore Medellín from its foundation up to the current days. Although we may mention him it can definitely NOT be considered a Pablo Escobar tour.
Comfortable shoes, sunscreen, hat/cap, water and a lot of questions – we love those! An umbrella or rain coat during the rainy season wouldn’t be a bad idea either.
The Free Walking Tour takes up to 3½ hours and finishes at San Antonio metro station. The Exotic Fruits Tours takes about 2½-3 hours and finishes at Minorista Metroplus bus station. The Barrio Transformation Tour takes about 3-3½ hours and finishes at Caribe metro station. The Local Food Tour takes about 3 hours and finishes nearby Estadio metro station.
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