<p>Travelers are rediscovering once notorious Medellín—<a href="http://travel.nationalgeographic.com/travel/best-trips-2015/#/explora-parque-medellin-colombia_85220_600x450.jpg" target="_blank">one of our Best Trips 2015</a>—and heading to the Colombian city for hot salsa and even hotter tango.</p> <p>Here, Colombia's only metro system cuts through the vibrant city of Medellín. High-rise buildings soar past the Gothic gingerbread of the old government palace.</p>

Medellín Metro

Travelers are rediscovering once notorious Medellín—one of our Best Trips 2015—and heading to the Colombian city for hot salsa and even hotter tango.

Here, Colombia's only metro system cuts through the vibrant city of Medellín. High-rise buildings soar past the Gothic gingerbread of the old government palace.

Photograph by John Coletti, Getty

Best Trips 2015 Pictures: Medellín, Colombia

Travelers are rediscovering once notorious Medellín and heading to the Colombian city for hot salsa and even hotter tango.

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