Santa Fe de Antioquia is a beautifully preserved town to the north of Medellin and was at one point the capital of the area. After the government moved to Medellin, however, everything else stayed still and so, like Villa de Leyva, Santa Fe de Antioquia is a refuge for the bygone colonial era. Whitewashed houses and cobblestone streets welcome you graciously back to the 18th Century. The town’s setting is just as idyllic, resting sleepily in the midst of green hills. A Santa Fe de Antioquia vacation will invariably involve wandering through the many plazas in the town, spending hours just relaxing and maybe even playing cards, as the locals are so fond of doing. See Colombia Travel’s Santa Fe de Antioquia tours give you the chance to see and get to know this town that seems suspended in time.
What better way to try the world´s best coffee than to travel to the heart of the Colombia Coffee Triangle? This area boasts scenery as rich as its coffee, and it’s a great place to go horseback riding or trekking. Next, you will head to Medellin, a city fa [...] More Details