Monumento a la Raza
For a good guided, three-hour city tour (COP$40,000-50,000).
Ermita de la Veracruz
Constructed with funds from European immigrants, this fine colonial church was inaugurated in 1803. It features a stone facade and a...
Basílica de la Candelaria
Medellín's most important church stands guard over Parque Berrío, and was constructed in the 1770s on the site of an earlier wooden...
Medellín's largest and most modern theater hosts concerts, opera and ballet and is home to Medellín's Philharmonic Orchestra.
Restaurante Vegetarian Govinda's
For decent vegetarian cuisine served by friendly Hari Krishnas, try this bright, upstairs restaurant near the Museo de Antioquia.
Calle 44 · interesting places nearby
Monumento a la Raza information
Rodrigo Arenas Betancur's most impressive work in Medellín tells the story of Antioquia in dramatically twisting metal.