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Medellin, Colombia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Wow. What other developed countries can't get it together Madeline can with its city and the Metro service. Very efficient, great courteous service, smooth rides and economical prices on its tickets. Great work. Be proud Felt so safe to travel as a tourist. Thank you

Thank Fatchef2018
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Metro de Medellín is a very good option to go around. It really works, it is safe and covers great part of the city. During the hours I used the Metro it was not crowded, but I avoided the rush hour in early in...More

Thank Claudio T
Reviewed 6 days ago

the cleanest metro I ever have seen of many, that's a plus no graffiti or sticker inside, you have someone can guide you in the stations and very safe.

Thank JakeDeuceWalter
Reviewed 1 week ago

I have visited the city several times but always nervous about using the metro. Silly me! It is clean, quick, efficient, and a bargain.Rode the train from centro to industriales to visit the modern art museum. The car we rode in was packed. However, everyone...More

Thank BethRose640
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I love getting around Medellín this way. Can be a bit squashed in peak hours, but faster than a taxi if you are crossing town in rush-hour.line up at the counter to pay for your ride or get a Civic card when you take ID...More

Thank ColoradoNegrito
Reviewed 1 week ago

We rode from the Botero Plaza to Poblado on the rail. NYC and Philly.... and almost all other American cities take note on how to do public transportation right. On time trains. Cheap. Clean. Friendly staff. Labeled Stations. Audibly understandable announcements..... Take a ride.

Thank Jenna P
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Definitely a must see in Medellin, it makes the difference from almost all the cities in Colombia, people there are really proud of it and take a lot of care, the system is very easy to use so you can get around like a local...More

Thank JohnyKnows
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We had already marvelled at how easy the Metro is to use in Medellín to reach the start of our walking tour as well as commenting on just how clean and pristine it is. The guide on our tour enlightened us to just how much...More

Thank Katy W
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is by far the easiest way to get around Medellin, you can get on and off in almost every area of Medellin using this metro line!

Thank Emanuel L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Paisas take great pride in having the only Metro in Medellin - worth taking just to see how respectful they are of it as its so clean

Thank John G
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5 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
5 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