Casona La Guaca
As you stroll about, pop into the Casona La Guaca, a meticulously restored colonial mansion just off the plaza.
Casa de Juan de Castellanos
Pop into the Casa de Juan de Castellanos a meticulously restored colonial mansion just off the plaza.
Casa del Primer Congreso de las Provincias Unidas
On October 4, 1812, legislators met here to install the First Congress of the short-lived United Provinces of New Granada and elect its...
On Plaza Mayor, folks spill out of this small, unpronounceable bar, which draws hordes for its rare draft beer selection served in...
Restaurante Estar de la Villa
Honest to goodness, clean-cut cheapie serving up wholesome daily set meals with just the right amount of motherly love. There's a menu...
Lonely Planet review
Locals poo poo the food, but everyone agrees the 2nd-floor terrace of this restaurant is a romantic spot for a drink. Kick back with a glass of wine (COP$6000) or a canelazo (COP$5900) – aguardiente (anise-flavored liquor) with panela (whole cane sugar) and cinnamon water. There's live music nightly.