Queen size bed and a double bed
Private attached bathroom
Shower with hot water
Mini kitchen with coffee and microwave
puente de occidente
Iglesia de Santa fe
Santa Fe de Antioquia is a town in northwest Colombia. It’s known for its colonial buildings, cobbled lanes and tamarind candies. The wood and steel Western Bridge, built in the 1800s by local engineer José María Villa (who also worked on New York’s Brooklyn Bridge), is suspended over the Cauca River to the northeast. The town’s main square is home to the whitewashed Metropolitan Cathedral, with its tall tower. View City Details
Cozy private space with bathroom. Colonial construction and high ceiling. Located within the colonial town, one block from the Central Square and one block from the bus station.
Take the bus from Parque Norte terminal in Medellin to bus terminal in Santa Fe bus terminal and walk a few blocks. The house is located near the center.
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