Located three hours by bus from Medellín, Jericó is conservative Catholic pueblo with a great history and beautiful mountain views.
Touring colonial Santa Fe de Antioquia for a history lesson with Medellín City Services.
Just 86 kilometers outside of the city of Medellín is the stunning town of El Peñol, known for its gigantic rock and incredible island views.
Escaping the hustle and bustle of the city for a day out to Santa Fe de Antioquia,a small and well-preserved colonial pueblo, situated only an hour and a half outside of Medellín.
Ryan’s picks for the 5 best pueblos around Medellin, including Guatape, Santa Fe de Antioquia, and a few lesser-known ones, each with its distinct beauty.
Parque Arví is an eco-reserve located in Santa Elena. It’s easily accessible from Medellin via the metro and metrocable system.
The pueblos of Antioquia are as much a part of living in Medellin as the city itself. Last Saturday, I escaped to San Antonio de Pereira in Rio Negro.
One of the first things you notice is that tourists rarely come here. You don’t see them in Ciudad Bolívar and you see the way the locals look at you, like you’re obviously out-of-place, like they’re wondering why you chose to travel to their town instead of the most popular Colombian coffee destination, the coffee […]
Ryan’s adventures in and around Jardin, a colorful pueblo three and a half hours south of Medellin, Colombia (by bus).
The story goes that a little town about an hour north of Medellín was the region’s first settlement, the place where Spanish fleeing the inquisition came to make their own way. Sante Fe de Antioquia was the department’s (state’s) first capital, perhaps the same way Philadelphia was once the first capital of the United States […]