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Pueblito Boyacense, Boyaca

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Landmark Tourist Spot
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 visited recently with our family, it was a lovely little place, full of traditional details and lovely people. Not very easy to find, but worth the search. I would recommend it!  more »
  • not a bad way to spend a couple of hours. my one gripe is that there are no public bathrooms anywhere. you pay a (nominal) fee to get in but then have to pay store keepers to use their bathroom. the s...  more »
  • This village features the farther out places of Boyaca from Duitama. It is a great way to spend a few hours exploring. There is food and drink available to theme depending on which "city" you're in, a...  more »
  • Delightful little villa, with a sample of old colonial architecture and lovely food
  • It is a excellent little town to see the principal towns of Boyacá in a same place
  • Touristic and commercial place, showed us how are many of the traditional towns in Boyacá
  • It was worth it. Fascinating architecture and ambience.
  • Nice little town to spend a day