Medellin offers a wide variety of language exchange nights where foreigners can go to practice their Spanish and meet new people.
Sindominio is a brand-turned-bar on Vía Provenza that highlights the importance of everything local: from artists to products, music, and creativity.
In order to socialize in Medellín, Spanish isn’t enough. The secret lies in knowing the local slang. Here’s a quick Colombian Spanish survival guide.
On Saturday April 25th, Mansion Club will be showcasing a new techno night – “Future Underground” with DJs Nick Bowman (UK) and Camilo Serna (Colombia).
El Banana Splitter is an inclusive LGBT nightlife organization that has hosted theme parties every other month since June 2014.
Founded by Stefan Hellriegel in Venezuela, Hellriegel Beer Company relocated to Medellín in 2014 and now offers four standard and several seasonal beers.
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.
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.
La Cabaña del Recuerdo is a little tango bar located in central Envigado. Musicians play live tango weekly, accompanied by the occasional singer.