Built in the late 18th century by the heroes of Independence Miguel Barona and Francisco Cabal, the Archbishops’ House is a treasure worth visiting in Cali. It has strong adobe walls and clay tile roofs. With wide corridors and a wide courtyard, it is the only two-floor colonial style house in the city. Simón Bolívar was a guest here in 1822.
NEARBY ATTRACTIONS AND ACTIVITIES
With salsa music always playing in the background, Cali hosts a unique fair and offers a vast array of museums, colonial churches, a zoo, and sites of great environmental importance in the surrounding area.