Casa Museo de Luis Alberto Acuña
At 120m by 120m, Plaza Mayor is one of the largest town squares in the Americas. It's paved with massive cobblestones and surrounded by...
Museo del Carmen
One of the best museums of religious art in the country, Museo del Carmen is housed in the convent of the same name. It contains...
Casa de Juan de Castellanos
Pop into the Casa de Juan de Castellanos, a meticulously restored colonial mansion just off the plaza.
La Cava de Don Fernando
A cozy bar on the corner of Plaza Mayor with excellent tunes, atmospheric candles and one of the better beer selections in town.
The delightful Savia specializes in inventive vegetarian, vegan and organic fare and local eco-artisanal products of the same ilk....
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Casa Museo de Luis Alberto Acuña information
Featuring works by one of Colombia's most influential painters, sculptors, writers and historians, who was inspired by sources ranging from Muisca mythology to contemporary art. This museum has been set up in the mansion where Acuña (1904–93) lived for the last 15 years of his life and is Colombia's most comprehensive collection of his work.