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Medellin, Colombia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The train will take you to every neighborhood in Medillian. Many things to see do under the platforms. Shopping, eating and sightseeing

Thank Chris M
Reviewed 2 days ago

You can't beat this system back home. They have the most efficient public transport over in Medellin. Experienced it for myself and was amazed because it's literally so easy to get anywhere in the city with just 1 or 2 transfers, and without leaving the...More

Thank Jack S
Reviewed 3 days ago

This Metro is surely LOVED by its users. Don't dare to drink or eat inside the metro or its stations. Users would approach you immediately to stop. It has improved the quality of people's lives, they use to spend 2 hours from home in the...More

Thank Amuribes
Reviewed 5 days ago

we recommend taking a private chauffeur or guide from your hotel he will take you to several places during the day is worth it.

Thank Carlos R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Very nice system of transportation in Medellin and easy to navigate. The trains are very very clean and spacious

Thank Anderson T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Fantastic experience great way to get from the East to the West in Medellin. Clean and safe then, do not miss the opportunity to ride the cable car up to the higest towns in the city, spectacular views overlooking all of Medellin 😁

Thank Dan B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very convenient and clean. As most trains in the world, it can get really crowded during peak times. :) But it's all good.

Thank Jet S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

You can get to most places that you would want to visit around town using the metro here. It can save you some money but more importantly when there are the legendary Medellín tacos Aka rush hour you can save a lot of time using...More

Thank Dizzle151
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I used this service extensively in 2017/18 when i stayed in the area called Envigado which is about 4 stops from one end of the main cross town lone. It is better to buy top up type ticket rather than queue for individual journeys. It...More

Thank nicenigel
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

The metro is remarkably clean. Like hospital clean. I have always appreciated the CTA system in Chicago but the Metro system in Medellin is even better!

Thank Bobby B
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4 December 2017|
Response from GekoPablo | Reviewed this property |
There is elevator access to parts of the metro but to be honest, I have only seem that a certain stations. Others may just be not as visible. Once you are on the platform, getting luggage onto the Metro would not be a... More
27 December 2015|
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Response from John H | Reviewed this property |
Depends on which airport. Cordoba is in Rio Negro to the east and it's 45 minutes by car. Herrera on the other hand is in town but just handles small passenger flights. If Cordoba, take a taxi or the small bus (9,000... More
4 September 2015|
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Response from SuzieeQ | Reviewed this property |
The answers have given you the info you asked. One other thing is where your hotel is located. Many times it's easier to take a taxi to your destination than take a taxi to a metro station. You'll love Medellin. It's an... More