On the top of the Cerro de Nutibara, 250 feet above the city, the slightly cheesy but free Pueblito Paisa is a miniature replica of a typical Antioquian town complete with church, town hall, and colorful red-roofed colonial-style homes grouped around a lush central plaza with fountains, sculptures, and atmospheric restaurants serving comida típica. The main reason to visit is for the 360-degree views of Medellín and for the profusion of nature; Nutibara is a migratory corridor for birds, and there are more than 60 species of flora on the hill alone. Take a taxi here—ideally on a weekday—when it’s less busy. Do not attempt to climb up or down Cerro de Nutibara, because robberies have occurred here over recent years.