Monumento a la Vida
Ermita de la Veracruz
Constructed with funds from European immigrants, this fine colonial church was inaugurated in 1803 and has a stone facade and a...
Museo de Antioquia
In the grand art deco Palacio Municipal, Colombia's second-oldest museum is one of its finest (Museo Nacional in Bogotá is the oldest)....
Plazoleta de las Esculturas
Also known as Plaza Botero, this public space in front of the Museo de Antioquia is home to 23 of the artist's large bronze sculptures....
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...
Part restaurant, part cultural center, Govinda's has a great-value vegetarian buffet. Choose from a wide range of soups, soy-based...
Monumento a la Vida information
Lonely Planet review
Rodrigo Arenas Betancur's (1919–95), Colombia’s favorite designer of monuments, sinuous, 14m-high Monumento a la Vida was unveiled in 1974.