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Salón Málaga
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La Gloria de Gloria (The Glory of Gloria)
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Perro Negro
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MAMM
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Jardín Botánico (Botanical Garden)
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Cancha Brasilia in Aranjuez
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Calle 9+1
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Ascension to Parque Arví
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Museo de Antioquia
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Parque de El Poblado
Medellín

Medellín with Verraco

Hailing from the energetic streets of Medellín, producer Verraco's sound takes from his heritage and turns it on its head by challenging western perspectives of Latin American music. As an artist clearly proud of his roots, his knowledge and enthusiasm for his city shines through in this guide to the 'City of Eternal Spring'.

Salón Málaga

"Salón Málaga is a long-lived bar full of history and oldster local music. It's perfect to get a taste of what the old city used to be, while you drink some aguardientes (schnapps). This place is downtown so then take the opportunity to go through it."

@salon.malaga

www.salonmalaga.com

La Gloria de Gloria (The Glory of Gloria)

“Easily the best place in the Aburrá Valley to eat typical Medellín food. It’s hardcore, watch out.”

Find them on Facebook here.

Perro Negro

"If you are looking for proper local heavy sweaty ‘bellaqueo’, this is paradise. My favorite reggaeton club in town. Berlin has Berghain, but Medellín has Perro Negro.”

@clubperronegro

www.clubperronegro.com

MAMM

"In addition to having a fresh program, movies, installations, and restaurants, hanging around the Medellín Modern Art Museum is pure bliss.”

@elmamm

www.elmamm.org

Jardín Botánico (Botanical Garden)

"A small taste of Colombia's vast biodiversity. Don't miss out on the ‘Mariposario’. It is located right next to the aquarium (also don’t miss there the Amazonas king: the Pirarucú) and the planetarium.”

www.botanicomedellin.org

Cancha Brasilia in Aranjuez

"As a teenager, football was my whole life and it allowed me to get out of my neighborhood and discover the city in depth. I have a lot of memories of this field, especially when it was made of sand and not synthetic grass. If you like the game and want to get out of the ordinary-tourist common places, here you will find high football matches to watch while feeling Medellín’s real heat.”

Calle 9+1

"This is one of the few electronic music clubs left in the city. There we have had memorable parties, especially the Medellin Rave Society — Insurgentes showcase back in 2018. Calle 9+1 resists in spite of the fact that we have a government that does not allocate any kind of aid to the arts and culture sector in the midst of the pandemic.”

@callenuevemasuno

www.calle9.club

Ascension to Parque Arví

“Go up to this beautiful eco-park and enjoy the best panoramic view of the city from the metro-cable.”

Museo de Antioquia

"One of the most important museums in the country, beautiful collections and library focused on plastic arts."

@museodeantioquia

www.museodeantioquia.co

Parque de El Poblado

"This is our meeting place before starting the nights. You have all the alternatives nearby: decent bars, delicious restaurants, multiple clubs, and it is also perfect if you want to just sit on the street, drink, and watch the city go by.”