Nutibara Hill (Spanish: Cerro Nutibara) is a rocky hill formation located in the Colombian city of Medellin, in the geographic center of the Aburrá Valley and on the west bank of the Medellín River. It is one of the few ecosystems that is conserved in Medellín and is considered one of the city's seven "guardian" hills. The hill has a sculpture park, the open-air Carlos Vieco Auditorium, and the Pueblito Paisa a reproduction of the traditional Colombian township, amongst other sights. The hill is 80 meters tall and has an area of 333,300 m2. It is named after the indigenous Chief Nutibara.
Initially with the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors, the hill was called "Marcela of the Parra Hill", and then "Cadavides Hill". Finally, it was renamed Nutibara, which continues today.
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Scott McKinney | May 6, 2018
Nice park at the top - I walked here from nearby Laureles. Almost empty walking up the stairs on the lush hillside - at the top a nearly 360 view of the city. Saw a plane take off at the airport. I came for the view but also found a museum, restaurant, cheap trinkets.
Marilu Carvallo | Apr 29, 2018
Nice place to watch Medellin from the top. Great place to run or ride. Make sure you are fit to take the stairs up. There is places to eat fruits and local sweets.
Elias Kawa | Mar 18, 2018
I really want enjoyed coming here and just relaxing. Not a lot of things to do but the view is absolutely amazing. Wow. A very historic landmark for the Colombian people of Medellin. Very cool place, definitely would come back.
Abel Martín Millán | May 4, 2018
Great views from the top. The pueblito itself is quaint and lets you into the secrets of the traditional antioquian villages. Places to have a juice or eat a snack are available as well. Well worth the walk uphill
Wolfgang Schifer | Apr 27, 2018
Its a hot spot for tourists though the reality is there is nothing much there but a good view. The walk up is worth it however. If your new to medellin youll want to hit this place up for a spectacular view of the city. There are better places in my opinion for the view but not from this stand point. A nice place to bring the family or a date but dont plan your whole day around it. Its kind of an in and out experience. Prepare yourself to get hassled by food vendors!
Jodie Mac | Jun 22, 2018
Nice place to visit and get some ideas as to how the people lived not that lo g ago. The place is high on a hill so you also get a great view of the city. We ate there and enjoyed a traditional meal, I think this is a must see pkace.
Nelson Smith | Jun 2, 2018
We sat at the edge on the second floor where we could check out the boulevard and people watch. Food is good; we had beers and they were reasonably priced. The ambience is the best part of this restaurant.
Stephen Lloyd | May 18, 2018
Beautiful cozy spot right in the middle of Medellin up on the top 🔝 of a hill. It has a viewing deck that allows you to see Medellin from all sides of the deck. There is also the cute little town square set up that reminds me of small rural towns back home 🏠 in Jamaica 🇯🇲
David Kattan | Jun 2, 2018
This is a lovely spot for walking around and enjoying the town that feels so different to Medellin. We walked here from El Poblado, which I do not recommend. The wall itself was not very nice. Instead, I suggest either taking the metro and walking the stairs or taking a taxi (which we did on the way back)
Jeanny Petrocchi | Jul 30, 2018
Very nice view. At night you can see all the wonderful lights of Medellín. But don't get downstairs to buy food. People are hustling between each other to sell food. Also the food doesn't seem fresh and properly cooked. But beside that, a beautiful place t visit
Ray Cabance | Jul 8, 2018
Wonderful place. We went at night time and the whole city of Medellin glowed like the night stars. Very romantic place to take someone special. The staff was very friendly and will even give you answers even if you don't speak the language. ( I don't speak Spanish.lol) I would likely go again. I also recommend that people will bring a camera.
Michel Pham | Jul 7, 2018
Crowded and artificial pueblo. I thought it was some historic place with a great mirador but it's more a commercial and disappointing area although you might be able to see some birds in the park. Most of the people are driving to the top to see the view but it's not really worth it honestly. The small pueblo is charming though but yeah it's just a commercial area.
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