Asociación Tarijeña de Ajedrez
This rather dull-looking cathedral contains the remains of prominent chapacos, including Tarija’s founder, don Luis de Fuentes y...
Bodega Casa Vieja
Home to the best patero (foot-trodden) wine, this atmospheric winery has a lovely restaurant (lunch B$25). It’s in the village of...
The Gilded House dates back to 1930, when it was one of several properties owned by the wealthy Tarija landowner Moisés Navajas (often...
Entertaining basketball, futsal (five-a-side soccer) and volleyball games are played at the Coliseo Deportivo .
Bufalo’s ranch house setting is a clue to their meat-based menu, but this place also injects a portion of creativity into its dishes...
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Lonely Planet review
At the Asociación Tarijeña de Ajedrez , you can play for free if you respect club rules: no smoking and quiet, please.