Medellín and the Antioquia region have much to offer to travelers. Later on, you will probably consider it one of your favorite regions in Colombia. Rent a car or use the many public transport options (bus, taxi) to get around this mountainous region where you will find beautiful colonial villages, coffee, and fruit farms in abundance and breathtaking scenery.
In this region the climate is pleasant and the inhabitants are particularly friendly and welcoming. The geographical location of Medellín and Antioquia offers many possibilities for your next destination: the Pacific coast, the coffee region, the Caribbean coast, Bogotá, and southern Colombia.
Stay a few days in Medellín to enjoy the friendliness of the Paisas and their passion for football. The “digital nomad” love to stay here for a few months to enjoy the atmosphere of the city, its dynamic and trendy cafes, bars, and restaurants in “El Poblado” or other less known areas of the city.
Don’t hesitate to organize excursions of one or more days to explore areas unknown to the general public such as Horizontes, Paramo del Sol, or Cerro Tusa.
Also don’t forget Guatape to admire the incredible view from “El Peñol” and go through San Carlos, San Rafael or Tamesis to organize fun and exciting water activities such as tubing and canyoning.
Antioquia is full of charming colonial villages that deserve your full attention. Take a bus to Jerico, a small town nestled on top of a lush green hill, then take a Chiva to Jardin, a great combo.
We can’t describe it all, but you will have understood that this region is rich and there are many different possible itineraries.