If you want to know Pablo Escobar's story, You are in the right place. Pablo Escobar, just a myth? Discover this and much more in the Pablo Escobar Tour, the most important narco in the coffee country.
Meet the life and time of the drug lord Pablo Escobar with a guided tour of Medellin and discover how the city has changed since his death on 1993.
We will meet in the El Poblado Park, this being the starting point of Pablo Escobar Tour to go to the first station, which will be Cathedral. Yes! the prison where he was leader of the Medellin Cartel
Did you know that Pablo Escobar entered the Cathedral voluntarily? He did it not to be transferred to the US. UU. due to the large amount of offenses I had committed.
But this It was not a normal prison, actually It looked like a luxurious hotel, since it had swimming pools, game rooms, the hitmen could hold their meetings and much more. But did not stay there for the rest of his life, in the middle of the year 1992 managed to escape.
Our next stop at the Pablo Escobar Tour is the Monaco building, being Escobar's residence and the place of several attacks.
One of them for him Cali cartel, who crashed a car bomb against the residence. Luckily, no family member was in the building.
The leader of the Medellín Cartel passed away at 1993, when authorities discovered their hiding place. Undoubtedly, a death locked in endless questions, but here we will help you find the answers.
The most important narco in Colombia died at the hands of U.S.A. to Colombian Authorities?
To end the Pablo Escobar Tour we will go to Montesacro Cemetery, place where you are his grave. In fact, year after year is visited, either by curious or by people who still remember it.
¡Escobar will always be remembered as the defender of the poorest neighborhoods from Medellin!
Loved and feared by millions of people, the Pablo Escobar's story It is closely linked to the recent history of the second largest city in Colombia. The infamous drug dealer and murderer He appeared once in Forbes magazine as the seventh richest man in the world.
Was chosen member of Congress and offered to pay Colombia's foreign debt of 26.000 millions of dollars in exchange for judicial immunity. A luxurious residence was built to serve as a prison and paid rewards for killing Colombian police.
Travel to the time of Pablo Escobar's reign in the city and learn about its extensive operation of cocaine trafficking. Visit three historic places related to Escobar, including the Monaco Building, where he established his residence and survived a bomb attack by the rival Cali cartel designed to end his life.
Visit the house where he was shot down in December by 1993 and his grave next to the “Black Widow” of drug traffickingGriselda Blanco. Discover what life was like during the terrible years of the drug lords' mandate and how Medellín has survived to become one of the most resistant and innovative cities on the planet.