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A Cozy Colonial Town
Things To Do in Jardin
Take a Ride on El Teleferico
Explore the Town's Historical Landmarks
Visit Coffee Plantations
Enjoy Ecotourism Activities
Experience Local Culture
Relax in Parque Principal
Restaurants & Drinks
Jardin offers a variety of dining options, ranging from traditional Colombian cuisine to international flavors. Below are some general areas where you can eat and drink in Jardin:
Calle de la Amargura
Local Bars and Cafes
How To Get There
Bus: Buses are the most common mode of transportation between Medellin and Jardin. There are regular bus services that operate between the two towns, and the journey takes approximately 3-4 hours, depending on the route and the bus company. Buses typically depart from Medellin’s South Terminal (Terminal del Sur) and arrive at Jardin’s main bus station. The buses are comfortable, and you can enjoy scenic views of the countryside during the journey.
Private Car or Taxi: Another option is to hire a private car or take a taxi from Medellin to Jardin. This is a more expensive option but offers the convenience of a direct and flexible mode of transportation. The journey takes around 3 hours, depending on the route and traffic conditions. It’s a good option if you prefer a more personalized and private experience, or if you are traveling with a group. You can also stop at small towns on the way to take photos or eat at local restaurants.
Shared Shuttle: Some tour operators or travel agencies offer shared shuttle services between Medellin and Jardin. This is a convenient option if you prefer a more organized and hassle-free mode of transportation. Shared shuttles usually operate in small groups and provide door-to-door service, picking you up from your hotel in Medellin and dropping you off at your destination in Jardin.
Motorcycle: For adventure seekers and motorcycle enthusiasts, renting a motorcycle or riding your own bike from Medellin to Jardin can be a thrilling option. The journey takes you through scenic mountain roads and offers a unique experience of exploring the countryside on two wheels. However, this option requires a valid motorcycle license and experience in riding in challenging terrain.