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Festival of Lights in Villa de Leyva

Christmas celebrations begin in the first few days of December when balconies, sidewalks and terraces are festooned...

Villa de Leyva International Jazz Festival

Villa de Leyva hosts the International Jazz Festival in the 1st semester of each year, a festival in which locals and...

Villa de Leyva

Visitors to Villa de Leyva find beautifully preserved colonial buildings. Nonetheless, the present and future of this...
Destinations - What to eat

what to eat in Villa de Leyva

Around the main square in Villa de Leyva there are many restaurants which serve not only local dishes but also top quality international cuisine.
Destinations - Where to sleep

Where to sleep in Villa de leyva

Old houses and spa hotels is make up some of the available accommodation in Villa de Leyva. There are also hostels and boutique hotels.
Destinations - Events

Events in Villa de Leyva

The Festival of Wind and Kite Flying Is one of the most attractive events in Villa De Leyva Each year for one weekend in August, the skies above the town are filled with colours.
conoce la Plaza Mayor de Villa de Leyva, Villa de Leyva

Photo by: Viceministerio de Turismo de Colombia.

Villa de Leyva Main Square

At 14,000 m², Villa de Leyva's main square is one of the largest in all America. A water fountain and the church of our...

Photo by: Diego Hernández

Marqués de Villa de Leyva Winery

In Sutamarchán, 12 km from Villa de Leyva, you can learn all about the cultivation of grapes and all about the process...
Villa de Leyva Festival of Lights - Christmas Is Coming

Villa de Leyva Festival of Lights

Houses that are museums, an ostrich farm and a festival in which the tomato is the protagonist are some plans to enjoy...
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Villa Santa Maria, Bogotá

Villa Santa Maria

Located in the main park in the historical Usaquen district, the Villa Maria has four halls capable of accommodating up...
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Appreciate historic architecture - An open air museum

Photo by: Andrea Pinzón Torres, concurso Revela

Appreciate historic architecture

The colonial history of Villa de Nuestra Señora de Santa María de Leyva can be seen with every step you take strolling...

Chocolate and cheese

A clear example of Spanish heritage in Bogotá is cheese melting in a pot of hot chocolate.


Changua is a broth that contains eggs, milk, cilantro, and onions. Rice is often added.

Panela water and cheese

You can stave off the cold with hot panela water, served with cheese which melts inside.


This sausage is made with seasoned pork and is prepared particularly well in the town of Sutamarchán.

Tiny mazamorra

Beef Rib, green onions, peas, beans and carrots are some ingredients of Tiny mazamorra porridge, a popular soup.


Ajiaco is a soup made from Creole, Pasto, and savannah potatoes to which guascas (an herb), cob, and chicken, among other ingredients, are added.

Ground corn soup

This soup, among other things, contains potatoes, carrots, beans and peas and pork.


This soup’s main ingredients are pork, and chicken and is topped with cassava and cilantro.


Chorizo, morcilla , chicharrón (pork crackling), sausage, potatoes, plantains, and pork ribs are some of the ingredients in a fritanga or picada .