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Medellin Metrocable

Medellin, Colombia
+57 4 4449598
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USD 49.00*
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Medellin City Walking Tour plus Metro Cable Cars
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Private Half-Day Medellín Graffiti Tour Including Metrocable
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Private Tour: Medellin City
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“cable car” (273 reviews)
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Medellin, Colombia
+57 4 4449598
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Did the while metro system and cable cars while visiting Medellin. Was a really good experience, super cheap and never ever felt unsafe. The metro and cable cars and kept in pristine condition due to the fact the local people "Paisa's " are extremely proud...More

Thank Donnacha R
Reviewed 6 days ago

Amazing experience of Medellin, really felt the south american side to the city hovering over it in the cable cart. Great chance for snaps and pics and very cheap for ticket to hop on and off. Our one problem was it was quite difficult to...More

Thank TheoM97
Reviewed 6 days ago

At the end of June/beginning of July 2017, each of the three existing cable lines is closed in turn for maintenance. When I visited, Line K was closed, which also meant you couldn't ride Line L as that can only be accessed from the city...More

1  Thank Jarko2015
Reviewed 6 days ago

We got a ticket from the machine for 4000 C. Pesos and that allowed two people through the barrier and we got a train to all of the Metrocable stops. We did round trips and it is an incredible feat of engineering. The cable itself...More

Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a pleasant cable car ride from the Santo Domingo metro stop. We wanted to go to Parque Arvi, which requires two cable car rides, but discovered that the second one is closed on Mondays, so time your visit accordingly. The cable car is fun,...More

Thank RichardinOhio
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a pleasant ride to take to view the city of Medellin. At the top you feel as if you are out in the country. Also at the top just off the main road was a place to sample some different local beers.

Thank koolkaren
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Definitely a must do if you want to see the city. It's cheap once you don't leave the Metro. We just rode it for the views and it was awesome to see the size of the city!

Thank Blayne G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

You should try it. Especially going to Comuna 13. Lots of tourists go there. Don't get scared. It's safe.

Thank golflover26
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I am a fan of progressive government and the metro cable is an example of government at work. Great view.

Thank prcesquire
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is simply awesome giving a panoramic view of the city. A MUST for All.One takes it from San Antonio Metro Station.

Thank geetanjali770
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Where is the new metro gondola route? Not Parque Arvi
24 April 2017|
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Response from Carol157 | Reviewed this property |
Only took the Parque Arvi one sorry
Nick C
What is the most affordable way to get El Poblado from the Airport in Medellin
23 December 2016|
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Response from TonioFdezG | Reviewed this property |
Uber charged me 50k pesos but you may have to wait around 30 to 45 minutes.
What's the simplest route to get to the top from the El Poblado neighborhood?
20 October 2016|
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Response from Matt C | Reviewed this property |
Walk to the El Poblado Metro train (straight down Calle 10 to the river) and head north towards Niquia. You're going to want to get off at Acevedo, and from here it is an easy transfer to the Metro Cable. The first line... More