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“Great”

Ranked #9 of 194 things to do in Medellin
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Great ride, very clean and organized. Good to visit the neighborhood from the train, see the murals.

Thank Óscar D
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Reviewed 13 March 2018

There is so much to explore along the Tranvia line that we rode up and then walked back downtown. The streets hosts all sorts of interesting shops, cafes, and some amazing graffiti art. A great way to spend a day exploring a newly revamped area of Medellin.

Thank GekoPablo
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Reviewed 14 January 2018

The Tranvia is Medellin's newest form of ground transportation. Although it's guided by a center rail, the smooth ride is provided by/on tires.
It is part of the Metro system therefore you must have a Civica card. There are free transfers to the Metro rail system (& probably the Metro-badged buses).

Thank Hopeful_Jubilado
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Reviewed 8 January 2018

I felt like any of the moderns "Tranvias" in Europe. Very clean and comfortable. Just to go up and down the place it's a worth trip

Thank rteixeir
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Reviewed 20 November 2017

This is a nice experience to go from downtown to the eastern hills of Medellín. It is a safe ride that can be taken at San Antonio metro station. At the eastern end you can take off and jump into a gondola to a metrocable ride to La Sierra. It takes about 20 minutes round trip. A different scenery of the city. Some of the poorest families live in this area. By getting off at Bicentenario or Buenos Aires station you could have a chance to taste some local food sold on tents or small restaurants.

Thank Ramses C
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