Discover the best top things to do in Boyaca, Colombia including Pueblito Boyacense, Playa Blanca, Tibasosa, Puente de Boyaca, Museo del Chocolate Villa de Leyva, Zaquencipa Astronomical Observatory, Paso del Angel, Iglesia Colonial, Reserva Natural Pueblito Antiguo.
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4.5 based on 243 reviews
This wonderful place let you remind the whole sun way around Boyacá with a model of every place you can visit! People is friendly and sweet hotels to stay.
4.5 based on 158 reviews
The Playa Blanca beach is something different and out of your imagination! This sandy white beach is not really suited to sun bathe due to Boyaca's cold temperatures but it's still great for enjoying a nice view of the green landscape and practicing extreme water sports. Though far from other main towns, this beautiful beach is worth the visit.
Fun Fact: this beach is 3,015 meters above sea level, not only one of the highest in Latin America, but also one of the highest in the whole Northern Hemisphere!
4.5 based on 95 reviews
Tibasosa is well known for two reasons: because its ruled by women only and its lots of different kind of flowers at display in the main plaza, cute little town if its in your way.
4.5 based on 242 reviews
A bit more interesting for history buffs than your run of the mill tourist, but a beautiful location in the countryside outside of Bogota. Site of the final battle for Colombian independence from the Spanish back in 1810. The battle was supposed to have taken place at the site of the bridge there. There is an eternal flame and a beautiful monument on the hillside nearby. Lovely view of the surroundings from there. For most people that are not into historic sites like this, in my opinion, it is a bit too far to come out of Bogota soley for this attraction. However, if you are driving in this direction or on your way to visit the town of Villa de Leyva, it is a worthwhile stop to stretch and see the memorial. There is a restaurant at the site, but was closed during our visit. The lower parking area and eternal flame are wheelchair accessible, but I did not notice if the paths up to the memorial on the hill were.
4 based on 159 reviews
a little boutique Chocolate Museum. It opened since September 13, 2015, and was created by La Chocolateria of Villa de Leyva, established in the region since September 13, 2013. important: September 13 is the date Chocolate day, but every day are chosen to enjoy and be happy!
We were in town during the holiday weekend of June 18 when we visited this place (sit down location) after having dinner at a nearby restaurant. This place is special. Even if you are not a big fan of chocolate, this place is worth the visit. The decor will bring you back in time, the staff is very attentive, and the desserts are delicious. I would definitely return to this chocolate heaven in the future.
4.5 based on 12 reviews
At the place you can visit the astronomical Observatory that has on it one of the biggest telescopes on the country, furthermore it is also open to the public the Space Museum that counts with a huge collection of scale models of the space travel history, at the en but not less important it is also possible to visit the Planetarium. If you required a special time for your visit it is possible to contact the owner and he can do it with pleasure.
Our best experience in Colombia so far. Not a huge tourist hub, a small hidden gem in Villa de Leyva. It is a privately owned Observatory managed by passionate astronomers. With the bright skies of Villa de Leyva, the whole sky was easily observable. Orion,...MoreThank you very much, this kind os opinions are the ones that make our work a daily pleasure. hope to see you again soon.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Great view and adrenaline. I recommend to walk downhill until the river, there is a beautiful waterfall.
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Esta hermosa Iglesia Colonial se conserva hasta nuestros días en la plaza del pueblo y fue reemplazada por un moderna y gigantesca iglesia, en una colina dela población con el nombre de Iglesia Parroquial. Santa Sofía. Los españoles fueron los responsable de la creación de este poblados y como siempre alrededor de la fe católica. Se erigió una capilla cerca de Sutamarchan y Moniquira, para promulgación de la fe y el esparcimiento de la semilla doctrinal por los monjes Dominicos que venía del convento Santo Ecce homo, data desde 1771, en esta capilla se fue asentando una pequeña población que se le denomino Guatoque con parroquia y todo. Que significa quebrada de monte 1810 y en 1857 entro a formando parte de Boyacá posteriormente se le llamo Santa Sofía para evitar confusión con Guateque, Guataca, en honor al santa y a la esposa del general Reyes. aemr
4.5 based on 2 reviews
The Pueblito Antiguo Natural Reserve is a wonderful place to encounter peace and silence on the waterways, for the enjoyment of the senses sharing the Environment committed to the protection of the Lake of Tota and to learn about Memory / Nostalgia , Culture and Entertainment responsible with the evocation of a boyacense village from the times of our grandparents.
La visita en la reserva Natural Pueblito Antigui esta llena de sensaciones entre el orgullo del Boyacense y la protección ambiental. Excelente para aprender como se preserva un ecosistema tan rico como el de la Laguna de Tota (espejo de agua más grande de Colombia) mezclado con el valor de una cultura campesina arraiga con su entorno. excelente para compartir en familia y un escenario perfecto para la fotografía.
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