Villa De Leyva is a small colonial village in the department of Boyaca. Early in the morning, children wake up to go to school while adults enjoy their coffee in one of the largest main squares in Colombia – the Plaza Mayor. Narrow streets of uneven cobblestones criss-cross this quiet village. It won’t be easy if you’re a heel fan.
I recommend that you wander through the narrow streets, looking for shady corners, museums, and churches.
During your stay, you can explore the surrounding area on foot, by bike or jeep. There are many interesting sights to visit and beautiful walks.
Would you like to add Villa de Leyva to your itinerary to Colombia?
Find all the information you need in our Villa de Leyva travel guide.