• Location: Medellín, Colombia
  • Duration: 4 hours (approx.)
From USD $ 95.00 View price calendar

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Immerse yourself in Medellin’s culinary landscape on a 4-hour food and culture tour of the City of Eternal Spring. Opt to take your tour during breakfast, lunch, or dinner time, and visit four food joints favored by locals. Depending on the option selected, sample ‘arepas’ (corn bread) and ‘pan de yucca’ (yucca bread) smothered in honey for breakfast, or feast on traditional lunch and dinner dishes such as ‘mondongo’ (tripe stew) or ‘ajiaco’ (chicken stew). This small-group tour is limited to nine people and includes hotel pickup and drop-off.

Highlights

  • 4-hour food tour of Medellín
  • Taste traditional Antioquian foods with a variety of sweet and savory plates at four different venues
  • Gain insight into Colombian culinary heritage and culture with a professional guide
  • Choose from breakfast, lunch or dinner options
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included

Why Our Insiders Chose This Tour

What You Can Expect

Medellín Food Tour

Taste the local dish, arepa, in Medellin

Depending on the option selected at checkout, your tour begins with hotel pickup at either 8am, 10am, or 6pm. During the journey to your first food joint, your guide offers insight into Colombia’s and Medellin’s culinary heritage.

Depending on the time of day, sample snacks such as empanadas, pan de yuca (yucca bread) or the omnipresent arepa, flat bread made from various types of corn. Typical dishes you’ll try for lunch or dinner include Bandeja Paisa, mondongo (tripe stew) or ajiaco (chicken stew).

Satisfy your sweet tooth with typical desserts such as buñuelos (fried dough balls), natilla (custard), salpicon de frutas (fruit cocktail), fresas con crema (strawberries and cream), bocadillos (guava-paste sweets) or merengon (meringue). 

After visiting four favorite food spots, your tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel.

Customer Reviews

David G

5 star rating: Highly Recommended July 2016

Fabulous. A trip to the market to see all the produce and sample. An excursion to Sabaneta, to enjoy buenolos across from the local church, while listening to the church bells and mingling with the locals. A lunch plate containing all the locals' favorite foods, while watching the children walk by to school. A trip to the hills to enjoy an hacienda-style open air restaurant, with a killer view. A killer tour. fantastic!

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