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Urban, cultural and commercial renovation
The north zone of Medellín gathers the largest urban space integrated and conceived for the cultural and tourist development. The renewed sector of Carabobo Norte stands out, which in an area of 40 hectares, offers a tour through the most traditional of the city and a trip through art, culture and commerce.
Here you will find the way to get there and the location and main shopping centers of this area of the city, as well as its commercial and service offerings: Aventura, Bosque Plaza and Terminal del Norte.
It is on Barranquilla Street with the Avenida del Ferrocarril.
Address: Carrera 52 A #65-86. Phone: (4) 366 72 88. Web: https://www.ccaventura.com
Located at the intersection of Barranquilla Street and Avenida del Ferrocarril, in front of Route N and diagonal to the University of Antioquia, in march 2016 it opened its doors to energize The Innovation District and be a meeting point for the north-eastern area of the city.
It has a total of 36,000 square meters of built area, 116 commercial premises, 5 Procinal movie theaters, as well as three anchor stores: Éxito, Alkomprar and Surtitodo (brand new in Medellín).
With 145 shops and a varied gastronomic offer, it opens in 2014 in the sector of Carabobo Norte, next to Jardin Botànioc and Parque de los Deseos.
Its objective is to serve audiences of strata 2, 3 and 4, from the neighborhoods of Seville, Manrique, Santo Domingo and Aranjuez.
It has a total area of 17,000 square meters, has a food court, gym and cinema.
How to get there: Metro (Universidad station), and the bus routes of Anadalucía (004), La Francia (006), Moravia (008), Santa Cruz (022), Popular # 2 (023), Playón de Los Comuneros (024) ), Aranjuez (041 A and B), Robledo Moravia (250A), Ràpido San Cristóbal (255), Alfonso López (261A), Santander (280) and Barrio Nuevo (283).
Terminal del Norte
Located in the barrio Caribe, it began operations on february 16, 1984, with 66 transport companies and 105 stores.
In them, products and services such as restaurants, clothing and footwear are offered to travelers.
There are also beauty salons, banks, parking lots, waiting rooms, telephones and public restrooms, among many other types of premises.
How to get there: Metro (Caribe station), and the bus routes of Robledo Moravia (250A), San Cristobal (255), Alfonso Lopez (261), Gratamira (270) Santander (280), Barrio Nuevo (283), Terminal Northern Transport (286 and 287) and Trinidad neighborhood (313).