Estadio Real Hotel

Address: Cra 77c No.48-120, Medellin, Colombia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Cra 77c No.48-120, Medellin, is near Little City (El Pueblito), Parque Nacional del Cafe, Museo de Antioquia, and Bare Foot Park (Parque de los Pies Descalzos).
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    Travel Blogs from Medellin

    Medellin more than just Pablo Escobar!

    A travel blog entry by ciaralang on Jun 18, 2015

    9 photos

    Medellin is famous for being the birth place of the infamous drug cartel leader Pablo Escobar! But as we quickly learned, people from here hate that their town is famous for him and cocaine! We chose not to stay in the gringo area and stayed in a cool hostel in another neighbourhood where we met up again with Sarah Jane. We enjoyed taking both cable cars to different view points of the city. One of the ...

    Mother of all holidays!

    A travel blog entry by rowannewman on Mar 25, 2015

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... a lot of money for it, but she turned it downed and has made it a forest reserve therefore no construction is allowed on her land. Respect! Stiven was only 19 years old and had travelled round Colombia for 6 years, first with his family, then friends and most recently on his own. Pretty damn cool what he doesn't know about his country you don't need to! We arrived in Taganga for our final weekend and last two days of the beach and a friend of mine from Barranquilla joined us. We ...

    Prosperous Medellin

    A travel blog entry by hasselbaink on Dec 10, 2014

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... names almost immediately. Our first stop, the dull government buildings were three stops away on the surprisingly immaculate metro system. The superb transport network was built 20 years ago, just after the troubles and is a symbol of hope and prosperity for the Paisa people and as such is well respected. Juliana answered our questions, which were mostly focused on the troubles regarding the illegal guerrilla and paramilitary armies opposing ...

    Day 100: Medellín, Colombia

    A travel blog entry by jsedwin on Oct 18, 2014

    8 photos

    ... actually enjoyed the openers more than Calle 13 but I'm probably the only one. I've never been so dead after a show. Everyone there knew every word to every Calle 13 song and the girls were screaming like The Beatles were playing live cerca 1965. It was cool talking to Dany because it was the first time in two weeks I was able to speak in English with someone, aside from the time I hung out with Hacéne, and his English isn't ...

    Medellin the City of Drug Lords

    A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Sep 24, 2014

    11 photos

    This was once considered the most dangerous city in the world, and the home to the notorious Pablo Escabar, one of the most powerful drug lords the world has ever known. The drugs are still a problem, especially with the tourists, but it's only real claim to fame now is having the only metro in Colombia. Surprisingly it's also quite a modern city with very few colonial buildings left, which is unusual for South America and a nice change. Unfortunately for us our supposedly 5-6 ...