Medellin is the fashion capital of Colombia, and as a result, there are some fantastic places to snag hot fashion at low prices. And of course, if you just need to pick up souvenirs or groceries, there are plenty of places to do that in Manila Poblado as well. Check out a couple of these places to go shopping in Medellin in the Manila neighborhood.

If you need to pick up some groceries while in Manila El Poblado, there are a few great places to do that. Check out two of our favorite grocery stores just a few blocks from Landmark!

Carulla Poblado

3,000 COP – 600,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Healthy
  • What to Try: A well-rounded and large grocery store with everything from home goods to groceries. They sell salads, hot meals, and alcohol as well.
  • Pro Tips: It’s located on the corner of a busy street. Go earlier in the day to avoid tons of traffic.

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Tienda D1 Manila

1,000 COP – 50,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Commercial
  • What to Try: It’s right in the heart of Manila and super-easy to find. The prices are also much more affordable than Carulla.
  • Pro Tips: The store is on the smaller side, so there aren’t a ton of options. You won’t find prepared meals here.

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Wanting to update your wardrobe? There are some great boutique clothing stores in Medellin, and a few of our favorites are right around the corner from your home away from home!

Turqsa Swimwear

140,000 COP – 250,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Chic
  • What to Try: There are more clothes tucked away in the back of the shop, so make sure to look thoroughly!
  • Pro Tips: The selection is limited, but the quality of the clothing is very high.

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Plan Alma

150,000 COP – 300,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Boho
  • What to Try: Gorgeous clothes, jewelry, and accessories. It’s the perfect place to pick up a gift for someone back home.
  • Pro Tips: There are no prices listed on the items so you’ll need to ask at the front desk.

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Tricycle Clothing Store

120,000 COP – 350,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Edgy
  • What to Try: It’s quite a small clothing store with a modern and edgy feel.
  • Pro Tips: The store is near La Fabryka – grab some clothes and gifts before heading next door for a coffee stop!

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If you want to pick up some gifts and souvenirs in Medellin, there are a couple of sweet spots to do so in Manila. One spot that we particularly love is a cozy Medellin bookstore. Check it out and get ready to take home some great knick-knacks for friends and family back home.

Pequeña Gran Libreria

10,000 COP – 50,000 COP

  • The Vibe: Hole-in-the-Wall
  • What to Try: A very small bookstore with a great selection! There are quite a few English language books as well.
  • Pro Tips: There are two chess tables outside the store for you to sit at. Drink a beer and challenge the owner to a game.

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