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Plaza Mayor deserves its name, it is very large and just beautiful! Shops, bars and restaurants all around it; the architecture well preserved, the church is also beautiful. Week of August 16th there is a kite festival that must be great. People get together day...More
This little town is very remisnicint of old Spanish plazas. It's is lively with restaurants, shops and you can just sit take in the locals going about their day-to-day. Awesome place to visit. Make sure to wonder around the city, lots of history, shops, good...More
In this small, colonial town founded in 1572, a well-preserved town with a huge plaza surrounded by restaurants, shops, small museums. Some great restaurants and very nice handicraft shops. Of course some great coffee shops. Evenings are active and fun to see kids playing, people...More
We never have seen a square with such nice vibe.
Not too busy, lots to see, nice little coffee shops and restaurants, we like it very much.
Don’t expect a lot of noise and cars driving everywhere.
In the weekends it’s full of local people...More
A huge square plaza, with pretty much nothing to do but to sit, relax, eat or maybe drink while you stare at the beautiful architecture and uneven streets full of rocks. Just a romantic place to get away from the noise of the city.
The plaza mayor, in the center of town of course is surrounded by historic ecclesiastical, governmental, and commercial buildings. All of the plaza is cobblestoned, presumably mainly original.
One warning: pushing a bay stroller or trying to use a wheelchair on the plaza doesn't work....More