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Puente del Comun, Chia

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Where to stay in Chia

Chia benefits from a number of mid-range hotels dotted around the central precinct, offering good size rooms conveniently located for exploring the city on foot. The outskirts of the main urban area offer more characterful and atmospheric accommodations, with a handful of family-owned guesthouses and rental villas to choose from. To take advantage of Chia's proximity to the hustle and bustle of the capital to the south, consider staying near transport hubs or connecting regional roads for easy access to Bogota.
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  • This very small colonial bridge marked a crucial site in the war of independence from Spain. Nowadays it is part (alongside) of the route between Bogotá and Chia  more »
  • This is just a bridge... nothing to be amazed, it looks nice on Christmas because they put ligths on it... but as I said there is not to much to do... so if you want to see it but you don't wanna wast...  more »
  • At the entrance of the municipality of Chía is a place simple but beautiful, although not as old, the structure takes you back to another era. Graffiti made by vandals who do not respect anything not overshadow this beautiful monument.
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  • Nice place to see if there someone to tell you it's history.
  • Historical. There to visit him and take a picture.
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  • A very nice place.
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