What you'll do
Paris is famous for its tower, London for its clock, New York for its skyscrapers and Medellin for its social and urban transformation. That is why we want you to know about its history, growth, development and that you understand why in 2013 we were classified as "the most innovative city in the world" by the City Bank and the Wall Street Journal. And what better place to know first hand this transformation than the famous but little discovered Comuna 8? At San Antonio station we will have a competition for those who find more plastic bottles to pay for the ticket! There we will take the first modern tram of Colombia, we will climb the historic Ayacucho street full of urban art, then we will take the first metrocable that reaches one of the highest neighborhoods of the city, then we will walk like a local through the narrow streets full of stairs to then enter the beautiful Jardin Circunvalar, a park that joins the urban with the rural. There we will have some of the best views over the city! We will finish in a magical waterfall hidden inside the neighborhood and then proceed to take another metrocable to get off the tram and return to the subway to conclude this great experience.
Soy un joven de 22 años, estudiante de ciencias políticas que ha estado aprendiendo sobre la historia y la transformación de Medellín con una visión crítica construida con la comunidad y la academia. Cuando tenía 12 años fundé una ONG para trabajar en proyectos sociales y ambientales en casi todas las comunidades de Medellín. Me invitaron a compartir mi experiencia en algunas de las reuniones mundiales más importantes sobre cambio climático y desarrollo sostenible en 4 continentes donde me reuní con presidentes, premios Nobel y múltiples culturas. Pero no sintiéndome completamente feliz con solo dar conferencias, decidí compartir mi conocimiento y experiencia directamente en el lugar que me inspiró, Medellín y Colombia. Entonces noté que las personas de otros países podían aprender directamente de nuestras comunidades, pero también compar
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Where you'll be
We will visit the little known but inspiring Comuna 8 of Medellín to know its tram, metrocables and one of the most interesting parks in the city because it serves as the limit of urban and rural. In addition, we will visit one of the highest neighborhoods on the mountain and see a hidden waterfall in the middle of the neighborhood.
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Things to keep in mind
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Up to 10 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
* Wear sunscreen and cap or hat. * Wear comfortable clothes, preferably sports. * It carries hydration. * Take your recharged Metro Civic card with two trips. If you do not have this card, you must buy trips separately at the subway station. In this case you will need 4.
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