Rionegro (Spanish pronunciation: [rioˈneɣɾo]) is a city and municipality in Antioquia Department, Colombia, located in the subregion of Eastern Antioquia. The official name of the City is "Ciudad Santiago de Arma de Rionegro" but is named after the Negro River which is the most prominent geographical feature of the municipality. Rionegro is also sometimes called the Cuna de la democracia (Cradle of democracy) as it was one of the most important cities during the era of the Colombia's struggle for independence and the 1863 constitution was written in the city.
Restaurants in Rionegro
4.5 based on 76 reviews
It has everything that little kids like... attractions, swimmingpool and even a little farm. the park is pretty big but does not have a lot of real attractions. I was with my girlfriend there and we pretty quickly finished with walking around. the food is good, the live show funny if you understand it. all in all a family park instead of a allround park. You got kids? GO! You got a dog, a backpack and a bottle of beer? Stay on the streets! ;-)
4 based on 26 reviews
The little park in the main square of Marinilla, located just in front of the church, seems to be the hub of the town. Cafes and shops line the square. The park offers welcome shade and is a nice space to sit a few minutes and shelter from the sun. Just passing through on the way to Gutape, this was a welcome break and an interesting place to stop a few minutes.
5 based on 2 reviews
5 based on 57 reviews
Medellin adventure trails is the best way to see the country side Atvs 4x4 full automatic like Yamaha grizzly 450cc/ 700cc Mountain bikes 25.7 / 29 like Scott, especialized and Giant; You can also enjoy ecological horse riding.
We had an amazing time! The views are breathtaking from the mountain. We also had our guide, Billy Jason, drive us through the river and make this experience unforgettable. Definitely would recommend taking the tour. We had only one experienced driver out of the four...Morethank you for visiting this family ... we work every day so that our service is the best ... we are happy that you have had an excellent experience ... always welcome!
4.5 based on 26 reviews
A wonderfully quaint church surrounded by all the culture, activities and genuine people of this pueblo. A Sunday misa followed by almuerzo at a quaint restaurant in the town square makes a visit to Iglesia San Antonio a "don't miss it" experience!
4.5 based on 7 reviews
On the way to Gutape, we stopped for 30 minutes at this small town. With time to walk around the main square, admire the church and explore a little some of the side streets, as well as a nice break, it was interesting to visit a small town like this. With a wedding, people going about their usual (Saturday) business, it was a nice insight to Colombian life.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Manufacture and sale of the best hand decorated tableware from El Carmen de Viboral, Antioquia-Colombia. In these pieces is printed the work and labor of the craftsman group that day by day with their hands give live by each piece like one of their children. The product from Ceramics Esmaltarte has an invaluable value for your beauty and traditional legate in your process.
4.5 based on 20 reviews
Beautiful church on the square. Lots of cafes and shops surrounding the square. Good place to stop, have some snacks, take in the weather and enjoy the surroundings.
5 based on 62 reviews
We have the best ATV tours just 30 minutes away from Medellin. Through Forests, rivers, and dirty paths, fun is guaranteed. No experience required. Automatic 4x4 Quadbikes. All protection items are provided.
Giovanni (the owner) makes this a very memorable experience. He's super easy to reach via Whatsapp and is very responsive. He's fluent in English, so feel free to reach out with questions or to reserve your spot.
I've had some tremendous experiences throughout Colombia but the ATV experience will always be memorable. Giovanni will tell/teach you everything you need to know before you leave and his team of guides are excellent. I never get tired of the views from Rio Negro and the air is so fresh.
Here is a tip. If you don't want to get your clothes muddy, head to Jumbo (it's kind of like Super Target in the states). You can buy a pair of $9 jeans from a brand called URB. Throw on jeans and a lightweight, long sleeve shirt and you'll be great.
Definitely do this before you leave Medellin.
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