The Catedral Metropolitana de Cochabamba, situated next to the main plaza, began life as a small adobe church in the 16th century, and is Cochabambaâ€™s oldest church. It was remodelled in the 18th century to form the current building, with further changes being made in the 20th century.
The cathedral is made up of three naves, has a four-faced bell tower and a neo-classical crown. There is an interesting collection of religious artwork and antiques inside.
The doors are normally open in the morning and in the early evening.