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Unicentro Tunja, Tunja

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Where to stay in Tunja

The primary neighborhood to check out for places to stay in Tunja lies just south of Calle 22. Budget-conscious travelers can head to the simple hotels that line the side streets of the neighborhood, providing basic rooms at good prices. On the prettier streets of the district, you'll find a few luxury options offering extra facilities such as spas, restaurants, and swimming pools. The highways leading out of town to the north and south offer a smattering of smart hotels and motels, giving enviable access to the surrounding rural areas in this patch of the Colombian Andes.
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  • Today I visited for the first time Tunja's newest and largest shopping mall in the northern part of the city. I was quite impressed of the enviroment-friendly architectural pattern, the cleanlessness ...  more »
  • Nothing different or surprising. Once known a shopping mall in Colombia known all. It did not provide anything. The square of meals is insignificant. 6 restaurants and... and at 8 PM already had closed 3.
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  • Strategically located in the best area of the city. Good locations and good parking. Ideal for shopping desire. It seemed a little small.
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