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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.
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You get to see Medellin during the night. And it's amazing. The lights make the city look incredible. The food there is cheap and the people are lovely. It's close to the Nutibara metro station...
Clearly a tourist venue, but it seemed more like the locals are using it for a convenient R & R and picnic area inside the city. Incredible Views too, from a huge platform at the peak.
One of the most exciting places of the city, enjoy a nice view of Medellín and the surrounding cities. I recommend you to go during the sunset.
A must see in Medellin. Not because its the coolest thing on the planet. But it is a very nice place to go and if you visit Medellin everyone will ask if you went here so you better go.
Great place for taking a walk and meeting up with the old Pueblito Paisa, small town, preserved for many years as a tourist attraction. Great food and sight of the city of Medellin.
Surprisingly a really nice walk through the hikl with art sculptures hidden in the forest for you to find. Its quiet although in the heart of the city. A great place to take a peaceful walk, take a date, enjoy some art and some great views. Careful when you go. It may not be the safest after sundown and it is a place for people to for drug using. If that bothers you...well...you need to relax. Its otherwise fairly safe and a nice walk to enjoy.
The highlight of traversing the hill is the sprawling landscapes of downtown Medellin! It’s amazing to see the city sprawl up and down the sides of the valley with dramatic clouds hovering above. There are plenty of touristy stalls selling nick nails but we avoided them and opted for the serene surrounds
Love to climb that hill. Nice area to look at the city. Pueblito Paisa is interesting. A must go place. The best way to know a city is by walking.
It's just fine for a one night stay if you're on a hurry, nothing special about it but I didn't dislike it either.
This is a great place to spend time in Medellin, it's really beautiful and they have food options. They also have typical gift shops and the museum is only $2.000 COL for entry, and worth the visit. Food is only slightly more espensive than out of the park, I paid $12.000 for el menú del día con pollo when usually I can pay $8-10.000 col. Not bad
Unfortunately the place was closed when we went here, but we did enjoy the surrounding area.