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.
Calle 30 no. 55–64
Our Rating Hours Daily 5am–midnight (stores and restaurants open from 10am–8pm) Phone 4/235-8370 Prices Free
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