This is super nice. I love unique urban places and this is one of them. It also comes with a state provided guide that walks you through it and talks about the benefits of being in nature, and describes many of the elements of this park and how they can contribute to your wellbeing.
Nothing to do or see, Don;t get me wrong, the place Is beautiful, but is only OK if you are with little kids, there is not much too do on this place
Nice walk from main plaza downtown to the Bare Foot Park. Might be great to let the kids run around for awhile with no shoes on. Not much for adults to do here, but the "Intelligent Building" is located here and it is interesting to look at.
This is a very small park: essentially a sand pit. And apparently being barefoot in the sand pit was optional, as people walked back and forth with shoes on. There is a small bamboo area and a small fountain area near the sandpit.
It is a bit strange but walking bare foot feeling the fresh water slowly going between your toes is a sensacional experience that one must live to understand. A few minutes or a whole afternoon, it is worth the trip to enjoy another Colombian beauty in the middle of Medellin.
Great ocean view from the restaurant with large TV's in dining area. I had the blackened mahi mahi sandwich which was delicious and good size. My husband had the seafood platter and we were less than pleased. Over friend and kind of small for the price $27. Kids meals were great. Two of our kids had the blackened fish and... 更多
It has the proper scale, it is within a metropolitan area, but allows an intimate expirience, in contrast with the toughness of the EPM bulding, it also defines a transition with the Avenue Carrera 55