Flowers and spring come to mind when talking about Medellín, a city where the temperature oscillates between 20 and 25 degrees Celsius offering a pleasant climate all year round. The capital of the department of Antioquia, which lies in the Aburrá Valley, is protected by mountains and is an industrial, commercial and financial center that has experienced an urban transformation in recent years thanks to large social investments in culture and art. Chosen in 2013 by Citigroup and The Wall Street Journal as the most innovative city in the world, Medellín is always ready to surprise its visitors.
Medellín is one of the most visited cities in Colombia and certainly one of the most beautiful. So if you’re interested in traveling to Medellín, pack your bags and prepare yourself to spend a great time while getting to know the greatest people in the country. For you to enjoy your stay and avoid any setbacks, we have some tips that may help you to move around the city and get easily from the Medellín airport to the city.
In Medellín, there are two airports: Enrique Olaya Herrera (EOH) and José María Cordova (MDE). Both receive people from all over the world and connect Medellín to the rest of the country.
However, José María Cordova is the biggest in this city. Also, is the second most important in Colombia after El Dorado —in Bogota—. So, if you want to visit this beautiful place, you’ll probably land in this airport.
Since it’s located far from the city, it’s very important for you to know what kind of transportation it’s available. There are many options for you to choose.