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As you come out of the church, there are probably 15 steps going down to the Plaza. At the time we were there, there was a male folklore dancer, the Guide explained the double edge headgear he was wearing; The right side of the Plaza...More
It’s a not so nice square like the plaza de la independencia BUT at the top of the square is one of the amazing churches! Was there on a Sunday and it was full with people. Something you aren’t used to see anymore in Europe....More
Real busy plaza with a lot of people coming and going. Great spot for pictures. A good amount of restaurants and places to do a little shopping close by. A lot of tourists come here. Some government buildings and churches are also in the area...More
Lots of people here as it is a busy plaza, surrounded by roads on three sides. Shops and cafes alongside. Whilst we were here there was a lot of road works/construction going on but don't let that spoil it. Just sit and enjoy the atmosphere....More
If at all possible go on a monday so you can watch the changing of the guard at the presidential palace. We were there during this change so it was very crowded. Because of the crowds i cant say much more but there are several...More
Our hotel was 50m from the plaza so we crossed it often. It is a delightful square with a wonderful lived in feel to it. I liked the buildings around it too. The plaza was always full of people, a great place to linger and...More
We liked strolling around the Plaza and watching or taking in the local flavor. Plenty of sights and attractions around the Plaza to get your interests. We were in a larger group, and would have lingered here longer but had to follow the group. Especially...More