Half-day visit to places that represent social transformation taken place in Medellín. During the 80s the city was one of the most dangerous in the world. Visit Pablo Escobar barrio, approximately 500 houses donated to the poor by notorious capo. Visit outlying mountainous barrios drawn into the city by Metrocable cable-car. It has changed the lives of many people. Visit one of city's more notorious attractions: España Library park, which makes part of a series of 30 urban-social regeneration projects to transform urban, social and cultural landscape of Medellin. Visit "El Poblado" upper class district, recognized as key recreational zone in the city with its Rosa Zone and Golden Mile.
Half-day visit to Medellín a commercial and cultural destination. Visit San Antonio Park known as "La Plazoleta", it exhibits twenty-three Botero sculptures donated by the Maestro. The visit continues to Antioquia Museum; appreciate exhibitions from pre-Columbian, to Independence and modern art. San Ignacio's square compound: Antioquia University's history department, San Ignacio church's neoclassical exterior and gothic interior. Bare Feet Park, inspired by oriental philosophy contains a small bamboo forest, sandy area, streams. Visit EPM's Smart Building, Metropolitan Theatre and Alpujarra. Tour continues to Metrocable; cable-car system that connects city's centre to outlying mountainous Santo Domingo district, have panoramic view of city and visit 'España Library'. Upon return to city centre visit 'Pueblito paisa' a replica of typical village, at 'Nutibara' hill.