Iglesia de San Antonio
Museo de Arte Moderno La Tertulia
Presents temporary exhibitions of contemporary painting, sculpture and photography. It's a 15-minute walk from the city center along the...
Museo Arqueológico la Merced
Housed in the former La Merced convent, Cali's oldest building, this interesting museum contains a collection of pre-Columbian pottery...
Café y Chocolate
This groovy little cafe at the foot of Parque San Antonio is a hopelessly romantic place to take a date. The mellow lounge atmosphere is...
El Zaguán de San Antonio
This San Antonio institution serves high-quality traditional vallecaucana food – which means plenty of meat. The fresh juices are...
Iglesia de San Antonio information
Lonely Planet review
Constructed in 1747, this small church is set atop a hill, the Colina de San Antonio, west of the old center. It shelters valuable tallas quiteñas, 17th-century carved-wood statues of the saints, representing the style known as the Quito School. The park surrounding the church offers great views of the city.