Explore the charming colonial village of Santa Fé de Antioquia. Stop in at the Juan de Corral History museum, marvel at colonial churches, and cross the panoramic Bridge to the West suspension bridge, stretching 1000 feet (300 meters) across!
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Explore Antioquia’s oldest settlement, founded in 1541! Nestled into the surrounding lush hillsides, Santa Fé de Antioquia is a scenic village with immaculately preserved colonial charm. With your bilingual guide, walk the community’s cobblestone streets to discover museums, churches, and stunning town plazas.
After lunch, adventure into the hills to discover the spectacular “Bridge to the West” suspension bridge stretching nearly 1000 feet (350 meters) across, and providing an absolutely breathtaking panorama of the surrounding landscape.
Duration: Full Day
Start/End Location: Hotel pick-up/drop-off in Medellín
Language Availability: English/Spanish (contact us at email@example.com to inquire about other available language options)
Begin your Santa Fé de Antioquia tour with hotel pick-up in Medellín and transfer 1.5 hours across the breathtaking Antioquian countyside.
Upon your arrival to Santa Fé explore the historic main square founded in 1541! With your expert guide, stroll past the plaza’s fountain and street ventors, and make your way along cobblestone streets to the Juan de Corral Museum.
The Juan de Corral Museum is located in a stunning colonial-era home and includes seven rooms each dedicated to an era in Antioquia’s history: Prehistory, Pre-Colombian, Spanish Conquest, Colonialism, Independence, and the Republic.
From the museum, explore several of Santa Fé de Antioquia’s spectacular churches, then head to lunch at a local restaurant. En route, marvel at the whitewashed facades, hardwood balconies, and large double doors of meticulously preserved Colonial structures.
In the afternoon, hop back in the car for a short drive to the Bridge of the West, an expansive suspension bridge built over 108 years, and — at the time of its completion — the seventh longest on Earth. This massive structure is a surprising and spectacular site rising from the surrounding wilderness, and provides breathtaking views of the Cauca River and surrounding forests below.
From the Bridge to the West, hit the road for your return trip to Medellín.
On Mondays, the Juan de Corral Museum is closed. This stop on your tour will be replaced by another activity.
Changes on the tour may occur due to external factors. These changes will be notified to you with anticipation
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