Museo Juan del Corral
Visit this interesting museum dedicated to the history of the region in order to check out the perfectly preserved colonial mansion it...
Puente de Occidente
This unusual 291m bridge over the Río Cauca is 5km east of town. When completed in 1895, it was one of the first suspension bridges in...
Museo de Arte Religioso
This museum occupies the former Jesuit college constructed in the 1730s, next door to Iglesia de Santa Bárbara. It has a fine collection...
With a chilled vibe and a low-volume jazz soundtrack, this arty place in front of the Iglesia de Santa Bárbara serves a full range of...
During the day this vaguely cowboy themed restaurant pumps out grilled meat and fish. At night they push the tables aside and it turns...
The Catedral is sometimes referred to as the Catedral Madre, as it was the first church built in the region. However, the original church was destroyed by fire, and the large building you see today was not completed until 1837. Until that year, Iglesia de Santa Bárbara did the honors as the cathedral. Once inside, have a look at the Last Supper in the right transept, and at an image of San Francisco de Borja with a skull in the transept opposite.