Welcome to the first capital of Antioquia a beautiful colonial town founded in 1541 by Jorge Robledo. Wander through the cobblestone streets of what was once the district of Antioquia’s capital and admire the antiquity of this colonial settlement that seems frozen in time. Once you discover the origin of the independence movements of Antioquia and sample the rich, colorful fruit of the region, you’ll feel more immersed than ever in Colombia.
ItineraryThis is a typical itinerary for this productStop At: Centro Historico Santa Fe de Antioquia, Santa Fe de Antioquia, Antioquia DepartmentSanta Fe de Antioquia is a colonial town founded in 1541 by Jorge Robledo. This great place was once the capital of Antioquia. Visit the main square and the Metropolitan Cathedral, the fountain de la Garza as well as monuments to Bolivar and Juan Del Corral Museum, Mariscal de Robledo, Santa Barbara Church and if we lucky we'll enter to the museo de arte religioso. Also visit a jewelry workshop where you’ll have a unique opportunity to witness this magical art form come to life, and sampling exotic. Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Puente de Occidente, Santa Fe de Antioquia, Antioquia DepartmentWestern Bridge, a work of paisa engineering built by Jose Maria Villa in the early twentieth century. Duration: 30 minutes