“Cuatro Bocas” (or “Four Mouths”) used to be a no-go area for many in Medellin. However, a number of art initiatives have transformed the small area into one of the city’s finest art gems.
Between the neighborhood of Moravia and the Pedro Nel Gomez museum you can find the “Urban Promenade,” a tribute to the local painter, sculptor and engineer.
To find one of Medellin’s best-hidden spots, you can either walk from Moravia’s cultural center up the road to the museum or, if you’re not a climber, descend from the museum towards Moravia.
What used to be a lifeless, dilapidated street is now decorated with tile murals of Gomez’ most famous works.