Catedral Santiago de Tunja
Catedral Santiago de Tunja on Plaza de Bolívar is Tunja’s largest church and stylistically the most complex, dating to 1554.
Casa de Don Juan de Vargas
Once home to scribe Juan de Vargas, Casa de Don Juan de Vargas is a splendid 16th-century residence. It also has been converted into a...
Iglesia de San Agustín
Iglesia de San Agustín , now a library, faces Parque Pinzón on a site believed to be the heart of Hunza, the Musica capital.
Cafe by day, pub by night, Pussini is the pulse of Plaza de Bolívar. The two levels of the bar are covered in wood, right up to the...
Santo Domingo de Guzmán
One of downtown Tunja’s most popular eateries, this family-run restaurant serves traditional dishes in a homey atmosphere. There’s also...
Lonely Planet review
This swanky rooftop bar has a sleek interior bathed in neon and thumping Spanish and English rock. The highlight is its heated terrace overlooking the city. Berlin is hidden on the 5th floor of the San Francisco Plaza office building.