Free Walking Tour Medellin

free walking tour medellin

Free walking tour Medellin takes you through the modern and dynamic city of Medellin that has undergone a transformation in recent years. Known as the “City of Eternal Spring” due to its mild climate, Medellin is a popular destination for tourists. Visitors can explore the city’s many parks and gardens, such as the Botanical Garden, which is home to a wide variety of plants and flowers. The city is also known for its art and culture, with many museums and galleries, such as the Museum of Antioquia, which showcases the works of the famous Colombian artist, Fernando Botero. Medellin’s nightlife is also lively and diverse.

General information

Meeting point

Meet your guide at Plazuela Nutibara

Start times

11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs


2 hours




Tip only basis


Please remember to check your ticket after booking to ensure you don’t miss any updates from your guide.

Free Walking Tour Medellin – Itinerary

Free walking tour Medellin would begin at Plazuela Nutibara, where you would see the city’s colonial architecture and charming cobblestone streets. You would visit the Museum of Antioquia, which showcases the history and culture of the region, including works by the famous Colombian artist Fernando Botero. 

Next, you would head to the historic district of La Candelaria and visit the famous Gold Museum, where you would learn about the pre-Columbian cultures that inhabited the region and see an impressive collection of gold artifacts. From there, you would visit the Botero Museum, which houses an extensive collection of works by the famous Colombian artist Fernando Botero. The museum also features works by other Colombian and international artists.


After the museum, you would take a walk to the Cerro de Monserrate, a mountain that overlooks the city. The mountain offers a panoramic view of Medellin and is a great spot to take in the city’s layout and see the Andean mountain range in the background. Once you reach the top, you would visit the Monserrate Sanctuary, a religious site that dates back to the 17th century. 

The tour would then take you to the Pueblito Paisa, a replica of a traditional Antioquian village that gives you a glimpse into the region’s rich history, culture and customs. 

The tour would end at the Poblado neighborhood, a trendy neighborhood known for its nightlife, dining, and shopping options. Here you would find a variety of restaurants, cafes, and boutiques, as well as colonial-style houses and cobblestone streets. The tour would end with a stroll through the neighborhood, taking in the local atmosphere and learning about the neighborhood’s history and development.