This colonial sector displays a variety of architecture from the time of the colony all the way to republican and modern times. This sector give information about the arrival of the Virrelles to this town, and its exit route, as well as the sites where José Celestino Mutis and work stayed acquiring plants for study. Where can remember also the time of the revolution times commoner the Simon Bolivar entered and exited the village, besides appreciating the first suspension bridge built over the river and the first cupcake South America. Many more attractions can also be found here.
Honda Tolima, a city located 150 kilometers from Bogota, is situated on the banks of the Magdalena River. The weather is warm and the people are friendly. It is an area of cobbled streets and colonial architecture. The marketplace (Gallery) offers a wide variety of fresh fruits and has a peaceful, relaxed atmosphere, which seems to magically transport you back in time.
Walking around the corners of Tolima, you will come across lovely places all very striking but among them you will find a plce that at first youmay ignore, but then later you will see it up close and notice the little fish in the water that conceal those beautiful little plants.