❈Buy in Medellín❈
Tradition and projection to the future
History, commerce and culture are pulsating in the center of Medellín. In an environment of centuries-old trees, this area houses, in addition to theatrical houses, bookstores, pastry shops, restaurants and hotels, outstanding shopping centers, some already traditional in the city and others of more recent opening.
Here you will find the commercial and service offer of the main shopping centers of downtown Medellin, as well as its location and way of arriving: Uniòn, Camino Real, El Paso, Villanueva, El Punto de La Oriental, Palacio Nacional, Hollywood and Gran Plaza.
It is in the Junín Passage between La Playa and Maracaibo. Address: Carrera 49 #52 – 107. Phone:(574) 293 28 25. Web: www.elunioncentrocomercial.com
For 10 years he has operated where the emblematic Union Club operated.
It has 140 stores, where visitors find a variety of products and services. Of those places, more than 30 are food, cafes and fruit shops, which make it the commercial center with the most complete gastronomic offer in the city center.
The commercial complex has preserved its beautiful republican architecture and is an architectural, historical and cultural heritage of Medellín.
How to get there: It serves the Metro (Parque Berrío station) and the bus routes that pass along Avenida La Playa and the Palacé street.
With 80 stores, it opens its doors on October 19, 1979 in the heart of downtown Medellín., Avenida Oriental with La Playa.
Today it has 97 stores with a wide range of women’s and men’s clothing, children’s fashion, handbags and shoes, food and beverages, accessories and gifts, health and beauty, home and services.
In 2013 the fourth floor was built, where there is a food terrace with gastronomic variety and a 420 m2 gym.
It is in the heart of downtown Medellin. Address: Carrera 47 Sucre # 52-122, with exit on Avenida Oriental. Phone: (4)512 71 61. web: http://elpaso.com.co
He was born in 1977 and was the second in the city after Sandiego.
It has specialized in fashion and beauty products and services, with staff trained in professional image consulting and a wide range of products, cosmetology, rental of costumes and dresses for special events and clothing that is at the forefront.
It offers the apparel indicated to attend special events and the entire range of beauty products and services, with professionals in the line of makeup, hairstyle, hand treatment and other products and services required for that purpose.
How to get there: Metro (Parque Berrío station), Metroplús and the bus routes of Campo Valdés (052), Santo Domingo (055), Coopetransa (069), Villa Hermosa (082 A and B), El Poblado (135), Belén Las Playas (170), Laureles (192), Florencia (281), Circular Sur (303) and Calazans Boston (310).
It is an architectural jewel, located in a privileged area of downtown Medellin, very close to Bolívar Park and the Basilica Metropolitan Cathedral. First it was a convent and since 1982, shopping center.
There religious items are obtained, medical and dental supplies, feminine and masculine clothes.
There work 122 commercial premises and the offices of the Archdiocese of Medellin, respecting the original architecture.
How to get there: Metro (Prado station) and also has 15 bus routes that stop at the access of the Avenida Oriental to the commercial complex.
It is located next to the command of the Metropolitan Police, in front of the Éxito store in San Antonio.
Address: Carrera 46 # 47-66. Phone: (4) 231 47 51. Web: www.elpuntodelaoriental.com.co
El Punto de la Oriental
It opened its doors on november 27, 2009, with an offer that includes clothing for men, women, children, financial and health services, leather accessories, shoes, cell phones and 11 food establishments.
The Point of Meals of the shopping center is located on the second level, has a nice and comfortable area to enjoy pleasant moments, overlooking the Avenida Oriental and San Antonio Park.
In addition, at the 6010 premises, the American Visa applicant assistance office operates.
How to get there: Metro (San Antonio station), Metroplús, Tranvía (San José stop) and the Poblado bus routes, Coonatra Circular, Transmedellin, Sabaneta, La Estrella, Itagüí, Villa Hermosa, Popular, Robledo, Ruta de la Salud, Belén Terminal, Sucre Boston and Laureles.
It is located in the Carabobo race, between Pichincha and Ayacucho streets.
Address: Carrera 52 #48-45. Phone: (4) 513 44 22.
Of romantic and modern style, of scandalous proportions for the time, built in brick and reinforced concrete, began to be built in 1925 thanks to the architect Agustín Goovaerts.
Its construction was completed in 1933, despite the criticism of Antioquia society at the time.
Converted into a commercial center, it has 400 stores; restaurants, museum, art gallery, bar, electric stairs, wide corridors and has closed circuit television and private surveillance.
How to get there: Metro (Parque Berrío and San Antonio stations), Tranvía (San Antonio stop) and the bus routes that go through the Bolívar and Cúcuta Streets and / or Colombia Street.
Opened in 2006 in the sector of El Hueco, is a building of 16,000 m2, consisting of 70 stores.
It has six entrances, escalators up to the third floor and four elevators.
It has an exclusive area of meals, own parking, of which 50 are in the basement and 250 more between floors 4 and 8.
On the 19th floor there is an auditorium for 450 persons.
How to get there: Metro (San Antonio and Cisneros stations), Metroplús (Cisneros-Moda station) and the bus routes that pass through the Avenida de El Ferrocarril and / or Colombia Street.
It is in Amador Street, next to the Parque de las Luces, in front of the La Alpujarra Administrative Center.
With 149 stores, Gran Plaza is a commercial center that since 2011 operates as a platform for wholesale and retail sales of products and services in the commercial sector.
It stands out for its low prices and the commercial offer in clothing, footwear, accessories, products for the home and a wide gastronomic offer.
How to get there: Metro (stations Alpujarra, San Antonio and Cisneros), Metroplús (Cisneros-Moda station) and the bus routes that cross the Avenida de El Ferrocarril and / or San Juan Street.