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Discover Medellín's resilience and hope on our Violence & Post-conflict tour!
Everything you need to know about the violence dynamics in Medellín before, during and after the Cartel (this is NOT a Pablo Escobar tour) and the struggle of the people to survive this and create a better future!
Within the Colombian conflict, Medellín has a difficult but important place, it has been both the epicenter of the war and the urban victims, as well as the example of transition towards peace and the post-conflict. Starting at Parque San Antonio through downtown and finishing at Museo Casa de la Memoria, you will delve into that particularity of the city, while you discover its stories and get to know its main actors.
You will learn about the changes that the violence there has had from 1982 to 2015, delving into what happened after the Medellín Cartel with "Donbernabilidad" and how that past is present today.
You will delve into the multiple characters and institutions that have acted in this context of war, peace and resistance, discussing their motivations, practices and transformations. Our specialized guides will accompany you with their knowledge and experiences in exploring the dynamics of that deep "Medallo".
Dare to go further and be surprised by the efforts of a people to overcome their dark past and create a better present!
Find us at Parque San Antonio next to the “birds of Botero” with our red umbrellas!
Museo Casa de la Memoria
Schedule: From Monday to Saturday at 14:00
Duration: 3 hours
Cost: Based on tips
Narcos war period: conditions of emergence, cultural, social and economic consequences
Urbanization of war: guerrillas, paramilitarism and drug traffic
Strategies, heroes and communities in the pace making and social struggle of Medellín
Twenty first century peace agreements and reconciliation in an urban context
The process of changing “bullets for words and ideas”
Transformation of the city: resistance and memories along an ongoing conflict.
And so much more!
An open mind to comprehend all our history and be prepared to ask as many questions you have about the difficult topics we will talk about
Umbrellas or capes. Please bring your favorite rainproof coat
Water or your preferred form of hydration. This is a walking tour, and you may feel thirsty.
Comfortable shoes and sunblock. You’ll walk about 5 km while also making some stops to listen to the guide.
Mosquito repellent could be useful for the rainy season (March to June).
Comfortable clothes. No pressure to look amazing, feel free to wear what makes you feel better.
Keep your friends close, and your belongings even closer. We’ll visit some crowded areas, so don’t give papaya!
English-speaking tour guide
Accurate and objective knowledge of Medellín and Colombian history. We promise not to take sides.
Sightseeing of important places in the center of Medellín, framed in the history of the conflict and reconciliation.
Recommendations of material you can check out to keep yourself informed.
Recommendations of Medellín´s cultural offer, which is centered on the different places we are going to visit.
- Benefits and discounts with our recommended partners if you show our Free Walking Tour Map in our Linktree: https://linktr.ee/bcmedellin
If you are a group of more than 4 people or if you want to take a private experience of this tour, let us guide you through this experience with an exclusive tour guide. Click the following button and request your personalized tour.
Once you send your request, please check your email for our confirmation and further instructions to enjoy your vacations to the fullest!
Do you want to live other experiences in Medellín or its surroundings?
Take a look at the other experiences you can have during your stay in the city. Make the most of your time with our Full Day or Half Day Tours, Nature and Landscapes, History and Culture or Nightlife and Party!
Santa Fe de Antioquia Magic Town Day Tour
Monday - Sunday at 07:00
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