With one of the largest squares in the Americas, and a colonial atmosphere that has changed very little over the last 400 years, Villa de Leyva is rightly so a magnet for domestic and foreign tourists. While it might very well be sleepy and picturesque, there are still some exciting activities going on here in the surrounding countryside if you care to exploit them. Just perhaps don’t plan on spending too long, but don’t miss out on this lovely little town just because it’s touristic – there’s a reason people flock here. – Daniel
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