Offering six levels of Spanish-language instruction, this the only language school in the Zona Colonial. A week-long course consists of...
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes
Constructed during the first half of the 16th century, the church was sacked by Drake and his men and reconstructed on numerous...
This small art gallery, in a renovated 16th-century home, features ever-changing exhibits of colonial and contemporary art. A shady...
Also known as ‘La Cueva’ (the Cave), this small and dark spot favors good ol’ rock music like Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin.
Literally a hole-in-the-wall. There’s only room for a few cramped tables, but there’s no better lunchtime deal around. A plate of rice...
cnr José Reyes & Calle El Conde · interesting places nearby
Librería Pichardo information
This store is squeezed into a cave-like space below a parking garage. Bargain for good prices on early and antique Spanish-language books, mostly on colonial history and Latin American literature and poetry, plus some curios.