Santa Fe Mall

One the newest and most spectacular malls in Medellin

One of the most spectacular, and newest shopping Medellin malls, Santa Fe Mall is a gigantic, multi-level complex with a stunning architecture.

Medellin’s citizens adore their malls, and you will find both famous international brands, and high end boutiques and outlets from Colombian designers, most of which are headquartered in Medellin, the fashion capital of Colombia. Medellin is also a fashion hotspot on the world scene, and designers from around the world travel here to see what the local talent is up to.

Santa Fe Mall is located in the upscale district of El Poblado, which is a gleaming, spotless part of Medellin and packed with many other shopping experiences.

Santafe Mall Medellin

Santafe Mall Medellin

In Santa Fe Mall visitors will find a wide range of stores and services from the best brands, always offering discounts and rewards to their customers.

Customers with disabilities will find wheelchair, available just presenting an identification. Additional information in customer service points in order to access this free service.

Parking: Each time you visit the Santa Fe Medellin Mall, you will find 2700 comfortable parking spaces in six basement levels.
Points of information: Santa Fe Mall has 4 information points, conveniently located at:
FLOOR 1: Plaza Medellin
FLOOR 2: Plaza Aguacatala in front of Pepe Ganga
FLOOR 3: Plaza Aguacatala in front of the tablecloth restaurants.
Basement 1: Plaza Poblado facing the banking area.
There you will find solutions to all your questions about Santa Fe Medellin Mall.

Santafe Mall Medellin

Santafe Mall Medellin

Mall Address:

Carrera 43 A # 7 sur – 170
Phone: 460 07 37
website: http://www.centrocomercialsantafe.com/medellin

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One Response to Santa Fe Mall

  1. Santa Fe mall is the best shopping center I’ve seen in South America. A lot nicer than those in Peru and Chile and as big as some in Bogota but less crowded. You can actually buy here and have some fun as well.

    Gerry B. Lawrence June 13, 2013 at 12:29 am

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