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Andrew Z wrote a review Jan. 2020
Duitama, Colombia17 contributions2 helpful votes
Beautiful spot that represents some of Boyaca’s most iconic colonial towns. Nice coffee shops, crafts and restaurants, though before noon just a few are open. Good parking spaces close to the entrance which is very cheap.
Date of experience: January 2020
dptorres11 wrote a review Dec. 2019
Bogota, Colombia52 contributions38 helpful votes
Excellent place. Super organized place to have a close view of Boyacá state. With colorful areas, food options, drinks, traditions and all sort of options to have a view all those special little towns in the state.
Date of experience: November 2019
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Suriel M wrote a review Jan. 2019
Bayamon, Puerto Rico87 contributions29 helpful votes
Visiting this tiny town was quite a show, 4 to 5 streets and every house is different from the other because every house represent a part of the county, is very unique and at night we visited like 6 different very tiny towns just to see christmas lights...it was the perfect evening to share the joy...…
Date of experience: December 2018
Astrid W wrote a review Jul. 2018
Bogota, Colombia100 contributions43 helpful votes
This is a magical and beautiful place to see the replicas of some towns, lovely, quiet, clean and safe. You can buy souvenirs, walk around, take photos, and get to know the style, culture and architecture from each place. It’s a must-see! It’s in Duitama, like an hour away from Paipa which is a central town 1.5 hours away from Tunja the capital of Boyacá Department.…
Date of experience: August 2017
Roleduc wrote a review Apr. 2018
Quebec City, Canada12 contributions5 helpful votes
Six of the most beautiful towns of the Boyaca region are replicated here. Each block represents one town. A restaurant serves typical local food. There's a church, hotel, etc. People actually live in this town-museum.
Date of experience: February 2018