The Gilded House dates back to 1930, when it was one of several properties owned by the wealthy Tarija landowner and merchant Moisés...
Asociación Tarijeña de Ajedrez
At the Asociación Tarijeña de Ajedrez , you can play for free if you respect club rules: no smoking and quiet, please.
For wine tours and adventurous ecotrips to Tarija’s hinterlands – including four nearby national reserves – it’s tough to beat Viva Tours.
Entertaining basketball, futsal (five-a-side soccer) and volleyball games are played at the Coliseo Deportivo .
Serves simply divine scoops of ice cream.
Ingavi O-370 · interesting places nearby
Gilded House information
The Gilded House dates back to 1930, when it was one of several properties owned by the wealthy Tarija landowner Moisés Navajas (often described as Bolivia’s Teddy Roosevelt) and his wife, Esperanza Morales. The building appears imposing and impressive on tourist brochures, but in reality the exterior is sloppily splashed with gold and silver paint, and the roof is topped with a row of liberating angels.