Medellin Colombia Shopping
Where do I go when I want to shop in Medellin, and which shops do I visit where I like to shop?
This article looks at the 14 best shopping centers in Medellin that I have selected and also includes a list of some of the best shops in the metro area as well as some other shopping destinations. First I looked at what are the "best shopping centers" for the Medillin metro area and what you should not have in a shopping center. The 14 "good shopping centres of Medelin" that I have selected are: the main shopping centres, shopping centres, restaurants, hotels, bars, cafés, shops and restaurants. Also because of my personal opinion, these are the ones I am looking for in this article: a good shopping mall, a shopping mall and a restaurant.
Most of the malls included in this article are Western-style malls that tend to have large chain stores that can be found in malls in other parts of Latin America such as the United States. In these shopping centers you will find a wide selection of shops, restaurants, hotels, bars, cafes, shops and restaurants.
Also in Medellin there is a wide selection of supermarkets for all needs, including grocery stores, pharmacies, bakeries, drugstores, restaurants, cafes, hotels and restaurants.
Centro Commercial Santa Fe is one of the largest and best shopping centers I know ve seen in Medellin, with well-known brands such as Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, General Electric and GEF. Prices are definitely higher here than in other shopping malls in Medellin, so if you're looking for recognizable high quality brands, this is a safe bet. In addition, there are many shopping centers and other neighborhoods in Medell and the surrounding area where you tend to find lower prices. There are also well-known brands such as GED, CVS, Walgreens, J.C. Penney's and many others, which means you'll find GEB's store fronts in many neighborhoods, as well as brands you can see. I know that GEF can be found in addition to the above mentioned brands in a number of other places in the city, for example in the Centro de los Santos.
It is an impressive shopping centre and I have been lucky enough to see well dressed Colombians and dogs frolicking around. Santafe is popular with locals and expats alike and has over 400 stores on the mall, including a variety of high-end brands such as Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, General Electric and J.C. Penney's, to name a few. Medellin offers many great places to shop while sipping a latte in one of the many coffee houses in Laureles or browsing the thriving art scene in La Candelaria. Since its opening, this mall has become the best shopping center in Medelin and is very popular as it houses some of Colombia's most popular restaurants, shops, cafes and restaurants.
Santafe is worth a visit, but like the City Plaza shopping centre, there is nothing to be found in this well-located shopping centre. Basically, this shopping center has nothing to be found anywhere else in Medelin except Santafe and La Candelaria, and it is worth a visit.
You won't find the bustle in Punto Clave, which you sometimes see in the larger shopping malls of Medellin. If you see this on your list, you should visit these large shopping malls and other neighborhoods to get more information about them.
Some of the shopping centers listed in this article about the best shopping centers have only small tiendas and shops. Medellin has many smaller shopping centers in Punto Clave and other neighborhoods that mostly have only smaller tiendas.
Some of my favourite shops here are exotic, shops that specialise in quaint, quirky or simply fantastic memorabilia. Some of these shops are located in the heart of Medellin, next to the main shopping centre of the city, Punto Clave.
Corona branded items are found in all kinds of stores in Colombia, including Home Center, Olimpica and Exito. They have a number of major international women's brands and stores, including L'Oreal, H & M, J. Crew and many more. If you can't make it to the actual store, you can order the products online or by phone. Medellin has many shops, including the newly opened international terminal at the city's main airport, the International Airport.
The South Terminal is one of the largest and most important in Colombia and serves as the main hub for the city of Medellin and other parts of Colombia. There is also a small local airport, Olaya Herrera, serving 23 destinations, including Bogota, Cartagena, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama, Ecuador, Peru, Colombia and Venezuela. Buses serve all cities in the north and east of Medellin, but there are also buses to the south, east, west, south - east and north - west. The kitchen covers all markets and you can do everything in one place, with a number of restaurants, bars, cafes, restaurants and shops. Saint Elena is the starting point of the florist industry in Medelin and can be visited at the Feria de Flores, which leads to a variety of markets, such as Bodega de la Calle, Cienfuegos de los Muertos and the Cajamarca market.