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A Walking Tour of Colonial Barichara - City Walk Barichara - Colombia

The real treasure of Barichara is its pristine colonial architecture. Many come to this pueblo just to wander its flagstone lanes, snapping photos of the white-washed, red-tile-roofed buildings. Start your exploration at the Templo de la Inmaculada Concepción y San Lorenzo on the main square. It is built of local stone carved by the village’s artisans. Walking West on Carrera 7 to the corner of Calle 3, you come to the Capilla de San Juan de Dios with a noteworthy cemetery. South three blocks on Calle 3 to Carrera 4, then left two blocks to Calle 5 brings you to Capilla de San Antonio with a small shaded plazuela. Another 2 blocks South, on Carrera 2, between Calles 5 and 6, is Casa Aquileo Parra. This once-home of a former Colombian President (1876-78) is presently a museum. Returning Northward along Calle 6, you will pass the plaza once more and arrive to Capilla Santa Bárbara, now used for cultural events.

Location:
Barichara , Colombia

City Walk

Price Description: Free.

Relative price: Free

Travel Skills: None

You Need to Bring: Tote water, snacks, sun screen, hat.

Parque para las Artes, Salto de Mico, Guane pueblo.

Currencies accepted
Colombian Peso










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