Monumento a la Vida
Rodrigo Arenas Betancur's (1919–95), Colombia’s favorite designer of monuments, sinuous, 14m-high Monumento a la Vida was unveiled in...
On top of this 80m-tall hill 2km southwest of the city center, sits the kitschy Pueblito Paisa , a miniature version of a typical...
Museo El Castillo
Occupying a mock-Gothic castle built in 1930 in El Poblado, the Museo El Castillo was once home to a wealthy Antioquian landowner....
Medellín's largest and most modern theater hosts concerts, opera and ballet and is home to Medellín's Philharmonic Orchestra.
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Lonely Planet review
Hidden in an unsigned sweaty basement on La 70, this intimate salsa club is one of the best places in town to perfect your moves. There is no cover and the cheap drinks and friendly crowd will get even non-dancers onto the floor.