When it comes to ranking the best districts in Medellín for travelers, El Poblado always comes out on top.
The Vía Primavera and Vía Provenza areas of El Poblado boast some of Medellín’s finest boutiques and restaurants.
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Consistently touted as a top destination for digital nomads, the city of Medellín abounds with chic, modern cafes with cozy digs and ultra-fast WiFi.
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