Spend 3 relaxing days and savor a taste of a traditional Colombian village on this 3-day exploration of Villa de Leyva, that’s a 3-hour car ride away from Bogotá. Discover the charming colonial architecture and cobblestone streets of Villa De Leyva, one of Colombia’s magical villages, on an 11-hour day trip departing from Bogotá. Explore it’s fascinating history, how it’s been beautifully preserved and the variety of cites including Boyacá Bridge, El Infiernito (Litte hell), the blue pond and Ráquira. This trip also includes a 2-night accommodation in a traditional guest house, Casa de las Ventanas de Fierro, 2 breakfasts, a guide who will be with you only the first day, entrance fees and a roundtrip transportation.
You will hardly find a place in Colombia that takes architectonic preservation as serious as Villa de Leyva. This small village located in the department of Boyacá and it’s a 3-hout drive from Bogotá. Spanish colonizers founded the village in 1572, visiting it gives the sensation of going back in time and in 1954 it was declared a national monument. Get a closer look at the colonial history of Colombia’s and the fascinating towns outside of Bogotá on an 11-hour daytrip to Villa de Leyva. This mellow area’s exceptional architecture, great artisan craft shopping and historical richness offer the perfect combination.