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Tibasosa, Boyaca

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Historic Site
Step back to the 18th century and visit the former pre-Columbian town Tibasosa. This site was once home to several distinguished Spanish families. Try the local fruit, Feijoa, which is similar to guava. Also, try Sabajon, the local liquor. Visit the local church located in the city’s center and opposite the city park. You'll find an abundance of restaurants and shops here as well. Use our Boyaca vacation planner to visit Tibasosa on your trip to Boyaca, and learn what else travelers and our writers recommend seeing nearby.
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  • Surprisingly a great place to spend an afternoon/evening or morning before or after going to the Guatika zoo/park that stays in the town at a 10 min. ride by car from the city centre. You can find sho...  more »
  • This quaint little town in Boyacá, Colombia is about two hours norht of Bogota. It is clean and quiet, it is colonial and well preserved. They have feijoa, an endemic fruit that can be compared to gua...  more »
  • Great town square. Be sure to buy your bottle of sabajon, the local liquor specialty. It's best to visit with the Christmas lights but the charm is there year-round. There are a couple of good restaur...  more »