Comuna 13

Listed as a must-see in Medellin, Colombia by countless travel guides on the internet, Comuna 13 surprises with history of resilience and social transformation, of neighborhood life as genuine as the inhabitants who kindly welcome the visitors who come to tour it.

Plaza Botero

Plaza Botero, surrounded by the Museum of Antioquia and the Rafael Uribe Palace of Culture, is a 7,000 m² outdoor park that displays 23 sculptures by Colombian artist Fernando Botero, who donated these and several other works of art for the renovation of the museum in 2004.


The renovation of the Plaza de Cisneros was inaugurated in 2005. In the heart of Medellín, in front of the La Alpujarra Administrative Center, there are 300 enormous light poles, 2,100 reflectors and 170 floor lamps that turn the Park of Lights into a modern public space.

El Castillo

The El Castillo Museum is committed to contemporaneity, promoting the arts, encourgage popular traditions, and rescuing trades. The goal is to provide the community with a tourist and cultural reference, varied programs, and a wide range of training offers.

Botanic Garden

It is a large living museum located in the heart of the city. Its main objective is to create coexistence experiences for the city, integrated with research, conservation, and cultural strategies. It is also associated with biodiversity and the relationship between human beings and the natural environment. 

Parque Explora

It is an aquarium with an emphasis on the Amazon, a planetarium, a public experimentation workshop -Exploratory-, and more than 300 interactive experiences for the social appropriation of knowledge.


The Conservation Park is a Park located in the city of Medellín. Santa Fe Zoo, was changed in 2020, and it has a population of more than 500 animals of 122 species, mostly from the American continent.

Parque Arví

Arví Park is an open public park, created for the enjoyment of the entire local community, nationals, and foreigners. The sustainable tourism promotes the conservation of environmental, cultural and archaeological riches.


One of the most important tourist attractions to visit is El Peñón de Guatapé, also known as “La piedra del Peñol”. It is a 220-meter-high monolith located between the municipalities of Guatapé and El Peñol, which has 702 steps to the top.