View of City and Cable Car in Medellin

Medellin Colombia Photos

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We were told that Medellin, Colombia was known as the city of eternal spring. We were looking forward to it, especially after our 5 days in hot and humid Cartagena. Medellin is in the middle of the mountains, which gives the city its cooler temperatures. The mountainous landscape also allows for scenic views if you’re able to get high enough. Luckily, we were able to find the cable car that brings you to one of the highest points in Medellin. Our cable car ride to the park was one of our favorite days of exploring in Medellin.

Garden and Fountain at Museo el Castillo in Medellin

Sitting on the Stairs at Museo el Castillo in Medellin

On a Balcony Inside Museo el Castillo in Medellin

Macaws in a Tree at Museo El Castillo in Medellin

Birds of Paradise Flower at Museo el Castillo

Palacio de la Cultura Rafael Uribe Uribe

Watching Soccer in the Park in Medellin

Cable Car Entering the Station in Medellin

View of City and Cable Car in Medellin

Selfie in Medellin with View of City and Cable Car

Vegetarian Restaurant at Arvi Park Medellin

Quesadilla at Vegetarian Restaurant in Medellin

Lasagna at Vegetarian Restaurant in Medellin

Giant Swing at Arvi Park in Medellin

Very Colorful Flowers We Saw at Arvi Park in Medellin

Street View of Geo Hostel in Medellin

Private Room Double at Geo Hostel in Medellin

Private Room Double with Bunkbeds at Geo Hostel in Medellin

View of Street Out Our Window at Geo Hostel in Medellin

Bathroom in Private Room at Geo Hostel in Medellin

Shower in Private Room at Geo Hostel in Medellin

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Andy

Born with a sense of wanderlust, it's only natural that Andy would be traveling and writing about it. He has traveled extensively throughout the U.S., even golfing in each of the 50 states. When he's not updating this blog, you can probably find him riding his bicycle, baking desserts, or working on his goal of attaining the "best credit ever."