On the way to Villa de Leyva stop in Ráquira town, which in the Chibcha language means “city of the pots” and therefore is known as the Colombian town that specializes in fine handmade ceramics. Besides its handicrafts, this town is famous for its colourful houses, which have made them, on different occasions, win the prize for the most beautiful town in Colombia. Enjoy the afternoon walking along the streets and appreciating the handicrafts. Also get to know Sutamarchán, famous for its gastronomy, especially longaniza and morcilla spicy sausages and the Tomatina Festival, which comes from a Spanish tradition and Tinjacá known for its tagua (the seed of palm) handicrafts.

DURATION: Approximately 4 hours.