City Tour Medellín Green Route

City Tour Medellín Green Route
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$29.5
Duration: 5 hours
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Description

A very natural city tour, visiting some of the greenest areas of Medellín (Cerro Nutibara, Botanical Garden, San Pedro Museum Cemetery). During this tour, enjoy nature without leaving the city and also know something about its history.

  • Meet Nutibara hill, one of the most important and known hills of the city and listed as the largest natural park in the urban perimeter.
  • Meet the replica of a traditional town of Antioquia.
  • Know the orquideorama in the Botanical Garden.
  • Meet the San Pedro Museum Cemetery.

At 9:00 am Passengers are picked up at the place where they are staying. Then we take the road that leads to Cerro Nutibara (small town), during the trip we will indicate some sites of interest (30 min.) Then we will take a short tour in the little village where you can observe and acquire some crafts or try something of local cuisine (1h 30 min). Time to go to the next stop, Botanical Garden Joaquín Antonio Uribe. In that place you can observe the orqudeorama and enjoy the butterfly garden. (1 h 30 min Approx.). Then we take our transport to go to our third stop not too far away, San Pedro museum cemetery (5 min.) We will make a tour of the cemetery museum, where you can see the tombs of influential people in the history and culture of Antioquia. 3:00 pm: Time to return to the hotels. each passenger will be left in the place where they are staying.

A very natural city tour, visiting some of the greenest areas of Medellín (Cerro Nutibara, Botanical Garden, San Pedro Museum Cemetery). During this tour, enjoy nature without leaving the city and also know something about its history.

  • Meet Nutibara hill, one of the most important and known hills of the city and listed as the largest natural park in the urban perimeter.
  • Meet the replica of a traditional town of Antioquia.
  • Know the orquideorama in the Botanical Garden.
  • Meet the San Pedro Museum Cemetery.