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Hostal La Finca

Vereda Los Cedros, San Jeronimo, Antioquia, Colombia

(+57) 4-8602570

Cellphone (0057) 310-533-0200

Telephone (0057) 8602570

Where are we

Vereda Los Cedros, San Jerónimo (between Medellín and Santa Fé de Antioquia), Colombia

How to get here

From the bus terminal “Terminal del Norte” in Medellín take a bus to San Jerónimo, they leave approx. every 30 min, costs are 7.000 – 13.000COP / 4 – 8USD (depending on the company and size of the bus), it takes about 1h. From San Jerónimo take a mototaxi (25.000 – 30.000COP / 14 – 17USD, max. 3 persons) or a motorbike (10.000 – 15.000COP / 5.50 – 8.50USD) up the mountain, 20-30 min. For groups up to 10 persons or if you have a lot of luggage you can take a jeep for 40.000COP / 22.50USD. If you give us notice in advance we can arrange the transportation from San Jerónimo, or even Medellin & Airport for you.

On (Mon – Fri, if it´s not a holiday or during vacations) the school truck brings students from San Jerónimo to “Los Cedros” every afternoon at 2.30 pm from the “Calle del Comercio” in front of “Hipertienda Romo”. Be there early to make sure you get a seat as it does get crowded. Get off at “Rancho San Sebastian / Hostal La Finca”, right before “La Mencha”. Cost is 3.000COP / 1.70USD.

Throughout the day, there is a variety of unscheduled transports leaving from San Jerónimo towards “Los Cedros” or “El Altico”. All depart from the “Calle del Comercio” but you will have to ask for them since there´s no schedule or sign. If you can get a transport towards “Los Cedros” the vehicle will drop you off right in front of our entrance gate (“Rancho San Sebastian / Hostal La Finca”). If you´re on a transport towards “El Altico” you have to get off at “La Fonda de Don Abraham”, a little store at a junction. From there take a left and walk for about 15 min. until you find our white gate on the left-hand side.

These public means of transportation are definitely the cheapest way to get here – they might be slow, a bit uncomfortable and sometimes unreliable but always a great way to experience a little piece of the daily life of the locals.