In 2013 Medellín was named the most innovative city in the world by the Wall Street Journal.
Medellin is the capital of Antioquia and Colombia’s second largest city; it is home to about 3 million people.
The average temperature in February averages 72 degrees, and it feels like spring year round.
Medellin has a vibrant food scene with innovative restaurants that put a Colombian twist on international foods. Despite the variety, you’ll never go wrong with ordering the grass-fed organic beef that is plentiful in the city’s steakhouses.
Network! We chose Medellin because it’s innovative and full of inspiring locals and expats. On the weekend, head to the beaches around Cartagena or visit the nearby lakefront town of Guatapé.
Parque Lleras in Medellin is home to clubs, bars and revelry in the street. Knowing how to Salsa Dance is key…if you don’t know how, don’t worry! We’ve partnered with the best dance studio in Medellin to help you learn.
Almost everything grows in Colombia. 130,000 of the roughly 300,000 species of plants in the world can be found in here. Ecologically, it is one of the world’s 17 megadiverse countries, and the most densely biodiverse of these per square kilometer.