Located in the center of Parque Lleras, SkyBar is currently undergoing major rennovations, after which it is set to become one of the coolest places in Medellín.
Located in San Fernando Plaza, in the heart of Poblado, the Parisian-inspired 360 Bistró offers a touch of sophistication in everything they do.
Dancefree offers group salsa & bachata classes every evening from 8 p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. Private lessons are also available.
Serving traditional Mexican cuisine with some of the food imported from the Aztec nation, Chilaquiles has a comprehensive menu and unique location.
Originating along Colombia’s Caribbean coast, cumbia is the heartbeat of Latin America, and one of the region’s most popular music genres.
Porro is a type of music that is part of the cumbia ensemble, which is made up of four different types of music: cumbia, gaita, puya and porro.
The Medellín Beer Factory offers a proper pub feel including wooden tables and chairs and over 55 types of domestic craft and imported beers.
Visit during the day and this is just another coffee shop in the area of Poblado but after 8pm Alta Gracia comes alive with house beats.
Situated near Laureles and La 70 west of the Medellín river, La 33 is a nightlife district without the throngs of tourists and foreigners found in Poblado.