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Pueblito Boyacense, Boyaca

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web
Those interested in colonial architecture rarely miss a stop at Pueblito Boyacense, a small settlement filled with replica buildings seen in Colombia's most picturesque towns. Mongui, Villa de Leyva, Cocuy, Tibasosa, Tenza, Raquira, and Sachica are all recreated here in splendid form. In addition to serving as tourist attractions, these houses provide a valued working space for local artisans, writers, and musicians. Pay special attention to the shopkeepers and tour guides wearing traditional costumes of the colonial era. Work out when and for how long to visit Pueblito Boyacense and other Boyaca attractions using our handy Boyaca trip generator.
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  • We arrived at noon on Saturday, admission is $1,000, but if you're going to stay you should not pay for it, we did the tour calmly, lunch and we take a coffee, has cafes and restaurants where you can try typical things of the region, its colors and streets are a beautiful journey that recreates the people of Boyaca, you can not miss the sweets of La Casona in Sofia There are delicious to taste and take home things and crafts, there are many sites, one of my favorite cat House. Then we were in Casilda Zafra a spectacular place where you can enjoy the sauna, the Turkish, the swimming pool and a good massage, that is the best plan for then rest in the hotel. It is a very beautiful experience, people are very friendly, there are delicious to eat things and their prices are affordable. Super recommended.
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  • The village is very beautiful, very nice houses but there are some gossipy ladies near the parking lot which cast you police to tourists since they live there and don't like tourists so if you visit it you have very careful with these intolerant ladies that they should not be living in a tourist village, also must pay the entrance fee and seems very bad to be so tourists. Here we see the intolerance that exists in our country and yet we talk about peace. Ladies tourists must treat it well to bring it back.
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  • The place is really beautiful and very colorful houses, is well cared for by the inhabitants, remembers well the Boyacá of the past, has beautiful squares and breathes art see to anywhere. Inside you can find shops varied as jewellery, sale of souvenirs or food.
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  • Precioso, the most beatiful place among all others. I visited it at night and the lights were amazingly wonderful.
  • Valued the effort to gather in one place artificially architectural and artistic expressions of the Boyacá Department. However the problem lies precisely in its artificiality as for tourists, it is only an open commercial center, aesthetically well care but without the spirit of what in reality is the Department of Boyacá.
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  • Beautiful place. The pueblito paisa him very short stays.
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  • Excellent little town that must visit! Live music, shopping, organized, cute,
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  • Is located in Duitama and is a site for visit, this compound by 7 apples, where each a symbolizes one of them peoples more beautiful of Boyaca, also has with a chapel and a square of events, also there are accommodation, restaurants, shops of crafts and of art, is worth it penalty make a visit to the village Boyacense.
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