Guatapé & Peñol : Complete Travel Guide

In this article, you will learn ALL the tips to travel to Guatapé Colombia :

Best things to do, places to stay, where to eat, and more.

Let’s dive in

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Guatapé and Piedra del Peñol, what to do and see

Guatapé is definitely a destination you should not to skip on your trip if you come all the way to Medellin.

We liked it very much in Peñón, but even more so the town of Guatapé, really beautiful, and why not say it, perhaps one of the most beautiful towns in Colombia, not to mention Salento in the Eje Cafetero.

The color of the streets, each and every one of its different painted houses, and the baseboards, the most fun and curious.

During this excursion, we could enjoy the Peñón de Guatapé, also known as Piedra del Peñol, and the town of Guatapé.

A two-in-one highly recommended to spend the day just two hours from Medellin.

Without a doubt, the best excursion from Medellín you can make.

The Rock of Guatapé Wiki

When you approach the Peñón de Guatapé, what will impress you at first glance is to see a huge rock in the middle of nowhere.

  • Max Height : 220m
  • Volume : 22 millions m3
  • Density : 3000 Kg / m3
  • Total Weight : 66 Million Tons
  • Altitud over sea Level : 2137
  • Temperature : 18°C in avarege
  • Location : Guatapé
  • Composition : It shows granite, quartz and fedelspato, rocky aspect totally surrounded by the reservoir of the river Nare, which allow to deduces that it is production of a volcanic erosion
  • Perimeter : 770mt
  • Steps : 659
  • Minimum height 137m
  • First climbing on July 16, 1954 by Luis Villegas Lopoez, Ramon Diaz and Pedro Nel Ramirez

Useful Websites :

penon de guatape colombia

A little history about the Piedra del Peñol

Its history is also curious, geologists do not know exactly how it was formed.

It’s thought that it was due to a great collision of tectonic plates, giving rise to this magnificent rock.

There are other, crazier theories that say it was aliens who put it there to land UFOs, or even those who believe there is a secret military base inside it, really?

The first person who climbed this rock was Luis Eduardo Villegas (don’t forget this last name).

He did it on July 16, 1954, and since then, there have been and are thousands of people who climb its 649 steps every year to reach its two hundred meters of height.

Before, I told you not to forget the surname Villegas, because when you go to pay for the entrance (18000 cops), you will see that the company that manages the Peñón de Guatape is Inversiones Villegas Hincapie y Otros, S.A.S.

Well, although it seems a lie, it is this family that has been getting gold for years by a large rock that belongs to them, since it sits on their land.

Play Video

What’s up in Peñón de Guatapé?

I think you won’t regret reaching the Piedra del Peñol, and suffering a little bit to reach its top.

Its 649 steps, perfectly marked so that you can see what you have advanced, or what you still have to climb, take you to the top, and to views that you never imagined before such a feat.

Seriously, climbing is no big deal, cement stairs suitable for anyone, even if you suffer from vertigo like me.

The reward is up there, among the marabout of people (on weekends it is a place of pilgrimage in search of a cold beer at the top).

The views are incredible, dozens of green islands in the middle of emerald blue water, impressive.

It is difficult to stop looking at that sublime landscape, the contrast of colors, the infinity of its islets bathed by the water of the Guatapé reservoir.

You can make a 360 degree tour, and enjoy the views in all their fullness.

100% recommended.

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View from tPeñol's Rock - Photo © Tristan Quevilly

Video of Peñon de Guatapé

How to get to Guatapé and El Peñol from Medellín

Getting to Guatapé and El Peñol from Medellín

 

First of all, if you want to go to Guatapé, stopping first at the Peñon de Guatapé, also known as the Stone of the Rock, you have to know how to get there.

By public bus

This I think is the cheapest and most comfortable way, it was also the one we chose.

It’s the way you can move around on your own without worrying, even if you have to get up a little early.

To go by bus to Guatapé, you must go to the South Terminal in Medellín.

The best way, and again, the cheapest way is to go by subway and get off at the Caribe station.

There, you will have to go to the ticket office from 14 to 19, and buy the bus ticket to Guatapé, although it will really stop you at the Peñón de Guatapé which is a bit earlier.

The price is 15000 cops.

Rent a car

More freedom than renting a car, you probably have no choice.

Just be prepared for the traffic in Medellin.

The truth is I can’t give you much more information or advice, since we quickly discarded that option.

Private taxi

This is a good option if you travel with three other people.

Although it is more expensive than the bus, it allows you to go wherever you want without depending on the schedule.

If you decide to go by taxi, you will have to negotiate quite well.

Try to get it for less than 100 euros, that is, 25 euros per person if you are going with 4 people.

Private excursion

Since Guatapé and Piedra del Peñol is one of the most common tours from Medellín, you won’t have any trouble finding one.

You can ask at your accommodation, or take a look at this tour to Guatapé.

The advantages are that you are picked up and returned to your accommodation wherever you are, without worrying about going to the South Terminal, renting a car or testing your skills by haggling with a reliable taxi driver.

guatape colombia
Doors in Guatapé - Photo © Tristan Quevilly

How do I get from the Peñón de Guatapé to the village of Guatapé?

Easy and simple.

Once you finish the visit, and go down to the base of the Piedra del Peñón, you will see willys (typical cars of the rural areas of Colombia) waiting for tourists to take to the village.

The price is 5000 cops per person.

Willys, typical transport in Colombia

But if you’re a walking kind of guy, you can do it.

It takes about half an hour, but there is a stretch where everything is road, but you can go on it without any problem.

guatape colombia
Willies in the Main Park of Guatapé - Photo © Tristan Quevilly

The village of Guatapé

As soon as we arrived in Guatapé, we realized that everything we had been told about the colorfulness of the town, fell short.

Colors, each one more striking, flood the walls of this small town, with few streets and a lot of charm.

I don’t know what it is about the towns of Colombia, that we always breathe the same atmosphere.

Calm, familiar, pleasant, and its inhabitants greeting you, another visitor, another pinch of pride for Guatapé.

I recommend that you go to every corner of Guatapé.

I also recommend that you carry enough battery in your camera and have enough space on your memory card.

Walking around Guatapé is not to be able to stop looking at its curious baseboards.

For some reason they call it the town of the baseboards, right?

Zocalos of Guatapé (baseboard)

The reason why in Guatapé each house has its particular and colorful plinth dates back to the beginning of the 20th century.

At that time they decided to paint the baseboards with the stories of the house, the trades of its inhabitants, or anything else relevant to the inhabitants of the house.

And as you will see, there is no house in Guatapé that does not have its colorful baseboard.

The funniest of all the baseboards we saw in Guatapé was that of a beagle dog, and at the back of the house, there was the pet, the other member of the family, perhaps the most important one.

But you’ll see dozens of them, baseboards, as many as houses.

I suppose that the artists who design and paint baseboards in Guatapé have their future assured.

guatape colombia
Guatapé - Photo © Tristan Quevilly

What to see in Guatapé

Well, as I told you a little above, Guatapé is a small town, which is traveled with pause and in not much time.

But I think there are certain places you can’t miss..

Main Park

The Main Park is like the town’s Plaza Mayor, with its church Nuestra Señora del Carmen de Guatapé, in the purest colonial style.

Nuestra Señora del Carmen Church of Guatapé

The curious and colourful fountain in the centre of the square is a meeting place for the inhabitants of the village.

And for the visitors, there are the restaurants, cafes and other places where to distract themselves.

Plazoleta de los Zócalos

This is one of the liveliest places in Guatapé, but not the only one.

The music, the colorfulness of the whole square and its adjacent houses.

If there is color in Guatapé, this square looks like a Pantone color palette.

To this atmosphere, you have to add a strange and curious statue, a silver trout.

It’s always full of people, and that gives this little square a lot of atmosphere.

If you want to buy some souvenirs of Guatapé, you can find everything on the street that leads to the Main Park

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Plaza de los Zocalos- Photo © Tristan Quevilly

Remembrance Street Fountain

On a colorful street, when you are lost in the town looking for the most colorful and funny socket, you will find the Fountain of the Street of Remembrance.

It is named after all those houses that were left under the waters of the Guatapé reservoir.

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Remebrance Street - Photo © Tristan Quevilly
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Guatapé & Peñol: Complete Travel Guide

In this article, you will learn ALL the tips to travel to Guatapé Colombia : Best things to do, places to stay, where to eat, and more. Let’s dive in

Guatapé and Piedra del Peñol : The  Essentials

  • What to do and See in Guatapé and Piedra del Peñol
  • How to get to Guatapé from Medellin:
  • Where to Eat in Guatapé:
  • Where to Eat in Guatapé:
  • Where to Stay in Guatapé:

Guatapé and Piedra del Peñol, what to do and see

Guatapé is definitely a destination you should not to skip on your trip if you come all the way to Medellin.

We liked it very much in Peñón, but even more so the town of Guatapé, really beautiful, and why not say it, perhaps one of the most beautiful towns in Colombia, not to mention Salento in the Eje Cafetero.

The color of the streets, each and every one of its different painted houses, and the baseboards, the most fun and curious.

During this excursion, we could enjoy the Peñón de Guatapé, also known as Piedra del Peñol, and the town of Guatapé.

A two-in-one highly recommended to spend the day just two hours from Medellin.

Without a doubt, the best excursion from Medellín you can make.

The Rock of Guatapé Wiki

When you approach the Peñón de Guatapé, what will impress you at first glance is to see a huge rock in the middle of nowhere.

  • Max Height : 220m
  • Volume : 22 millions m3
  • Density : 3000 Kg / m3
  • Total Weight : 66 Million Tons
  • Altitud over sea Level : 2137
  • Temperature : 18°C in avarege
  • Location : Guatapé
  • Composition : It shows granite, quartz and fedelspato, rocky aspect totally surrounded by the reservoir of the river Nare, which allow to deduces that it is production of a volcanic erosion
  • Perimeter : 770mt
  • Steps : 659
  • Minimum height 137m
  • First climbing on July 16, 1954 by Luis Villegas Lopoez, Ramon Diaz and Pedro Nel Ramirez

Useful Websites :

penon de guatape colombia

A little history about the Piedra del Peñol

Its history is also curious, geologists do not know exactly how it was formed.

It’s thought that it was due to a great collision of tectonic plates, giving rise to this magnificent rock.

There are other, crazier theories that say it was aliens who put it there to land UFOs, or even those who believe there is a secret military base inside it, really?

The first person who climbed this rock was Luis Eduardo Villegas (don’t forget this last name).

He did it on July 16, 1954, and since then, there have been and are thousands of people who climb its 649 steps every year to reach its two hundred meters of height.

Before, I told you not to forget the surname Villegas, because when you go to pay for the entrance (18000 cops), you will see that the company that manages the Peñón de Guatape is Inversiones Villegas Hincapie y Otros, S.A.S.

Well, although it seems a lie, it is this family that has been getting gold for years by a large rock that belongs to them, since it sits on their land.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PDAS0J_g-WM

What’s up in Peñón de Guatapé?

I think you won’t regret reaching the Piedra del Peñol, and suffering a little bit to reach its top.

Its 649 steps, perfectly marked so that you can see what you have advanced, or what you still have to climb, take you to the top, and to views that you never imagined before such a feat.

Seriously, climbing is no big deal, cement stairs suitable for anyone, even if you suffer from vertigo like me.

The reward is up there, among the marabout of people (on weekends it is a place of pilgrimage in search of a cold beer at the top).

The views are incredible, dozens of green islands in the middle of emerald blue water, impressive.

It is difficult to stop looking at that sublime landscape, the contrast of colors, the infinity of its islets bathed by the water of the Guatapé reservoir.

You can make a 360 degree tour, and enjoy the views in all their fullness.

100% recommended.

Guatapé and the Stone of Peñol

Escape from Medellín and go and see (2 hours by bus!) the colorful town of the zocalo (really, it must have been one of the most colorful towns we’ve been to) and the imposing stone of El Peñol.

In Guatapé all the houses have baseboards on their facades: all different representing the family that lives/works in that house, the trade/business they are engaged in or directly portraying the inhabitants of the house.

Literally.

It is said that the plinths in Guatapé began in 1919 with José María Parra Jiménez who began to portray daily scenes in cement reliefs in the hallway of his house.

From there the art went to the street, from the street to the plaza and grew until it became a pride of Paisa (we have already told you that Paisa is the pride of all the people of the region of Antioquia, right?)

However, in most of the baseboards we saw little representation of the life of the women of Guatapo and when (rarely) we found them, they were represented in some work of care…

Let’s hope that this will change, that the baseboards of Guatapo will adapt to the 21st century and will invade facades doing things as diverse and varied as the women of Guatapo do.

 

Touch the zócalo!

Apart from many zocaloes, in Guatapé there are also many tourists! But it’s really worth dodging them to get lost in the streets.

Look at all the colors:

But there’s also another reason to come here.

Next to Guatapé is the imposing Piedra del Peñol, also known as Peñon de Guatapé: a 220-meter monolith that you can climb (700 steps to be exact) and contemplate the magnificent view from above.

But these views hide a sad story behind…

This water is from an artificial reservoir and its construction meant the disappearance of an entire village.

Yes, as you read it.

At the beginning of the 20th century, other ways of supplying energy to the country began to be appreciated.

And of course, this space turned out to be strategic in the industrial boom of the region, since it had a very desirable river for a hydroelectric power station.

What happened then? Well, in 1961, the construction of the reservoir became official and ten years later, in 1971, something inevitable became part of the construction: its flooding.

The vast majority of the people of Peñol opposed the project (of course, it was their house they wanted to flood) and demonstrated to make their position clear.

However, other voices were heard louder (for example, those of the EPM – Empresas Públicas de Medellín), the population was relocated to another town that was built nearby with the same name – El Peñol – and the flood took place in 1978.

In the meantime, a replica of the old town of Peñol was built near the current Peñol and can be visited.

Today, it seems to be an important source of energy for the country.

The town of Guatapé (which also underwent some changes with the construction of the new reservoir) faces this “inland sea”, as it is called.

The people of Peñol, on the other hand, don’t.

Not looking at it, they say, was the way to heal this very resistant people.

How to get there

Buses from the Sotra Sanvicente company leave every few days from the north terminal in Medellín.

We buy on the same day (around 8am) for 14000 COP / person (3,7 Euro), and you can get off either at the Peñon or in the village.

Between the Peñón and the village you can move around in the same bus stopping it on the road (2000 COP, 0,5 euro) or in tuk tuk (10000 COP, 2,6 euro).

To climb the Rock you have to pay an entrance fee of 18000 COP (5 Euro)

If you don’t dare on your own and/or want to see more, there are tours from Medellin that take you to both places and make some extra stops, like this one that costs 34

If you prefer to stay overnight in Guatapé, you can stay at La Madriguera which offers simple rooms with spectacular views of the Penol for 29 ? per night for 2 people with private bathroom:

Or if you want to indulge yourself, the Bosko (160 usd/night approx. for 2 people) offers you more than just a room, a unique experience where you can sleep under the stars, with all the luxuries..

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View from tPeñol’s Rock – Photo © Tristan Quevilly

Video of Peñon de Guatapé

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cv7sFQYHkAs

How to get to Guatapé and El Peñol from Medellín

Getting to Guatapé and El Peñol from Medellín

 

First of all, if you want to go to Guatapé, stopping first at the Peñon de Guatapé, also known as the Stone of the Rock, you have to know how to get there.

By public bus

This I think is the cheapest and most comfortable way, it was also the one we chose.

It’s the way you can move around on your own without worrying, even if you have to get up a little early.

To go by bus to Guatapé, you must go to the South Terminal in Medellín.

The best way, and again, the cheapest way is to go by subway and get off at the Caribe station.

There, you will have to go to the ticket office from 14 to 19, and buy the bus ticket to Guatapé, although it will really stop you at the Peñón de Guatapé which is a bit earlier.

The price is 15000 cops.

Rent a car

More freedom than renting a car, you probably have no choice.

Just be prepared for the traffic in Medellin.

The truth is I can’t give you much more information or advice, since we quickly discarded that option.

Private taxi

This is a good option if you travel with three other people.

Although it is more expensive than the bus, it allows you to go wherever you want without depending on the schedule.

If you decide to go by taxi, you will have to negotiate quite well.

Try to get it for less than 100 euros, that is, 25 euros per person if you are going with 4 people.

Private excursion

Since Guatapé and Piedra del Peñol is one of the most common tours from Medellín, you won’t have any trouble finding one.

You can ask at your accommodation, or take a look at this tour to Guatapé.

The advantages are that you are picked up and returned to your accommodation wherever you are, without worrying about going to the South Terminal, renting a car or testing your skills by haggling with a reliable taxi driver.

guatape colombia
Doors in Guatapé – Photo © Tristan Quevilly

How do I get from the Peñón de Guatapé to the village of Guatapé?

Easy and simple.

Once you finish the visit, and go down to the base of the Piedra del Peñón, you will see willys (typical cars of the rural areas of Colombia) waiting for tourists to take to the village.

The price is 5000 cops per person.

Willys, typical transport in Colombia

But if you’re a walking kind of guy, you can do it.

It takes about half an hour, but there is a stretch where everything is road, but you can go on it without any problem.

guatape colombia
Willies in the Main Park of Guatapé – Photo © Tristan Quevilly

The village of Guatapé

As soon as we arrived in Guatapé, we realized that everything we had been told about the colorfulness of the town, fell short.

Colors, each one more striking, flood the walls of this small town, with few streets and a lot of charm.

I don’t know what it is about the towns of Colombia, that we always breathe the same atmosphere.

Calm, familiar, pleasant, and its inhabitants greeting you, another visitor, another pinch of pride for Guatapé.

I recommend that you go to every corner of Guatapé.

I also recommend that you carry enough battery in your camera and have enough space on your memory card.

Walking around Guatapé is not to be able to stop looking at its curious baseboards.

For some reason they call it the town of the baseboards, right?

Zocalos of Guatapé (baseboard)

The reason why in Guatapé each house has its particular and colorful plinth dates back to the beginning of the 20th century.

At that time they decided to paint the baseboards with the stories of the house, the trades of its inhabitants, or anything else relevant to the inhabitants of the house.

And as you will see, there is no house in Guatapé that does not have its colorful baseboard.

The funniest of all the baseboards we saw in Guatapé was that of a beagle dog, and at the back of the house, there was the pet, the other member of the family, perhaps the most important one.

But you’ll see dozens of them, baseboards, as many as houses.

I suppose that the artists who design and paint baseboards in Guatapé have their future assured.

guatape colombia
Guatapé – Photo © Tristan Quevilly

What to see in Guatapé

Well, as I told you a little above, Guatapé is a small town, which is traveled with pause and in not much time.

But I think there are certain places you can’t miss..

Main Park

The Main Park is like the town’s Plaza Mayor, with its church Nuestra Señora del Carmen de Guatapé, in the purest colonial style.

Nuestra Señora del Carmen Church of Guatapé

The curious and colourful fountain in the centre of the square is a meeting place for the inhabitants of the village.

And for the visitors, there are the restaurants, cafes and other places where to distract themselves.

guatape colombia
Church in the Main Park of Guatapé – Photo © Tristan Quevilly

Plazoleta de los Zócalos

This is one of the liveliest places in Guatapé, but not the only one.

The music, the colorfulness of the whole square and its adjacent houses.

If there is color in Guatapé, this square looks like a Pantone color palette.

To this atmosphere, you have to add a strange and curious statue, a silver trout.

It’s always full of people, and that gives this little square a lot of atmosphere.

If you want to buy some souvenirs of Guatapé, you can find everything on the street that leads to the Main Park

guatape colombia
Plaza de los Zocalos- Photo © Tristan Quevilly

Remembrance Street Fountain

On a colorful street, when you are lost in the town looking for the most colorful and funny socket, you will find the Fountain of the Street of Remembrance.

It is named after all those houses that were left under the waters of the Guatapé reservoir.

guatape colombia
Remebrance Street – Photo © Tristan Quevilly

Finir de Traduire et intégrer ce site : https://www.guatape.net/hoteles/

Guatapé Primer municipio ejemplo en control de COVID 19, pensando en el futuro cercano y pasada la epidemia del Covid 19 la alcaldia local lanza la estrategia turística GUATAPÉ MI DESTINO SEGURO,  donde se implementan medidas de seguridad y bioseguridad tanto para quienes viven en el municipio como para los turistas que nos visitan,  toda la cadena operativa debe de tener y cumplir con los protocolos de bioseguridad requeridos para poder operar y así poder  estar certificados ante las entidades gubernamentales para prestar un servicio de calidad y sano.

Guatape, pueblo de zócalos, fue un municipio obligado por el tiempo a cambiar de vocación, pasando de la arriería a la ganadería y luego al comercio que trae el turismo. Jamás se habría creído que al ser uno de los pueblo pioneros en desplazamiento político por el auge de las necesidades comunes y energéticas del país, hoy día fuera uno de los municipios que más turistas visitan y pilar de emprendimientos turísticos. Un municipio muy tranquilo con una población pujante y muy amable.

Cuenta con un sistema de transporte público muy bueno el cual presta servicio cada 15 minutos aproximadamente con servicio Medellín- Guatapé– Medellín e ínter-conectando con los municipios cercanos de El peñol, Alejandría, y San Rafael los cuales se encuentran a menos de 1 hora de camino con hermosas vistas sobre lagos, ríos y verdes montañas.

Disfruta de sus fiestas del embalse, la represa del peñol, los botes y pontones, actividades de todos los tipos  como pesca, rumba y diversion, recorridos y rutas turisticas  como la ruta de los zocalos, la ruta vuelta al anillo y podrás disfrutar de los mejores hoteles en Guatapé desde un simple y ecologico camping hasta 5 estrellas en glampings y hoteles de lujo, además de las cabañas en alquiler.

ven a guatape y vive los mejores sitios a visitar del oriente.

Por que visitar Guatapé

Ubicado en el hermoso país de Colombia, al noreste del departamento de Antioquia a 1 hora y 30 minutos aproximadamente de Medellín. En su ruta de llegada desde Medellín pasa por los municipios de Bello, Guarne, Marinilla, El peñol, además la malla vial tiene vías pavimentadas hasta Guatapé, disfrute de hermosos paisajes con represa, arados y lindas montañas llenas de colores en sus huertas. Viaja con nosotros en nuestros tour Guatapé en donde se divertirá en un bote o barco privado con musica diversion y deliciosos cocteles.

Que ver en Guatapé

Guatapé se reconoce principalmente por cuatro factores emblemáticos del mismo:

  1. rodeado de agua , se encuentra rodeado a¿casi en su totalidad de  agua como si fuera una isla gracias a las aguas de la represa de EL Peñol.
  2. El peñón de Guatapé, también conocido como la piedra del peñol, un monolito de más de 200 mt de altura y más 700 mts de circunferencia , el cual para llegar a su cima se deben de subir más de 743 escalones ahora un poco más si se sube desde la vía principal.
  3. Guatapé pueblo de zócalos y colores. En las fachadas de las casas y locales comerciales se encuentra plasmada en el arte de los colores los zócalos toda una historia del municipio desde su creación con el zócalo del ovejo hasta los más modernos en la era actual y por ello se ha nominado a Guatapé como uno de los pueblos más coloridos del mundo. Podrá recorrer todas las calles admirando el universo de los zócalos. Visite la Plazoleta del Zócalo un sitio romántico y encantador donde encontrará locales de artesanías, comidas y sitios para tomar un delicioso café. no olvides tomar unas lindas fotos de las pinturas en las paredes.
  4. Paseo del Malecón,  disfrute de un sendero peatonal a  borde de la represa donde divisará los barcos  y toda la actividad fluvial.  también encontrara ricos y deliciosos postres, artesanías como sombreros, bufandas gorras,  guantes y otros artículos de su interés.

En su interior se encontrará con un sin número de hoteles tanto de lujo como hoteles ecológicos así como de almacenes comerciales, restaurantes, actividades de turismo, náuticas y de tierra. Con Ecoturismo en Guatapé podrá tomar los mejores tours de la zona guiados por personas especializadas y oriundas del Municipio.

Principales avenidas y calles:

  • Calle del comercio

Calle en la cual encontraras  el wallstreet,  o centro administrativo municipal ademas de un sin numero de locales comerciales de comidas, discotecas, restaurantes,

  • Avenida del Malecón

Ubicada a bordo de el embalse de el peñol y sobre la vía principal, una estructura nueva con excelente vista hacia los barcos, es el sitio de encuentro y diversión náutico, locales de comida, sitios para tomar un delicioso café,  heladerías y mas para ver ademas de juegos infantiles  y fuente con luces nocturnas de colores.

  • Calle de los recuerdos

En la calle de los recuerdos comenzó el auge de los zócalos de Guatapé,  es una romántica calle llena de colores pastel con artesanias para la venta y es un lugar especial para tomar las mejores  fotos para el recuerdo.,

  • Plazoleta del Zócalo

es una obra donde se combina la vivienda y la plaza pública, es un lugar mágico lleno de sitios de todas las clases, restaurantes, bares, música en vivo, venta de helados,  tiendas de artesanías locales en la plazoleta del zócalo hay unas gradas llenas de zócalos y colores lo ideal para fotos grupales.

  • Calle Jimenez
  • Parque Principal

En el parque principal de Guatapé Simón Bolívar usted disfrutará de la fuente tradicional de  agua y los espectáculos en vivo, las comparsas, la iglesia, los restaurantes y esta cercano al moderno Malecón de Guatapé y a la  Alcaldía Municipal de GUATAPÉ.

 

Como Llegar

Hay varias formas de llegar;

  1. Hacer uso de uno de nuestro tour privado en carro particular, ganara tiempo y conocerá muchos más lugares pues entregamos a cambio la cultura de las regiones en nuestros recorridos. tiempo de duración del viaje aproximadamente 1 hora y 45 minutos. Contactanos al +57 3006092005  y reserva tu destino.
  2. Tomar un bus desde la terminal del norte, en la flote de buces Sotra San Vicente Guatape- la piedra. Valor por trayecto $15000 duración 2 horas aproximadamente. muy buenos buces.
  • Nuevo Malecón de Guatapé
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