Santa Fe de Antioquia is about one hour northwest of Medellin. In 2006, the longest tunnel in South America was built to help expedite the time and traffic getting to and from Medellin. Santa Fe also boast some of the best preserved colonial architecture in all of Colombia. This is the perfect place for people looking to escape the hustle of a major city but still being close enough to enjoy it. The town has held onto its colonial characteristics and feel of a centuries old town, with the cobblestone streets, plazas, and colonial churches. The area has a number of popular restaurants in the main square, as well as places to get your local food fix.