Bars, restaurants, shops and fun
Circunvalar Avenue, recently also called Zone C, is the result of the growth of the city from the years 40 and 50 of the XX century, and today is an active commercial, gastronomic and hotels.
San Jose Church
15 Street KRA 13
The Church ” Nuestra señora del Carmen” (San Jose) was built between 1944 and 1949, its antiquity dates back to mid-century. Its architecture corresponds to the modern period. It was designed by the scientist and journalist José de Recasens.
13 Street KRA 13
The Monument to the Founders represents a Prometeo with panels and reliefs in particular to each side that show different figures associated with the foundation of Pereira, the life in the field and the colonization Antioquia. In addition to being an element of public art, the sculpture and its surroundings have been for ages a meeting point.
Offer a wide variety of exclusive services and a mix of entertainment for all ages, with high standards of security and in its immediacy is located a large variety of financial institutions and services with excellent points of sale and different attention.
KRA 12 – 12 Street
This is the most democratic cultural area of open character in Pereira. Every thematic axis, musical genre, creative activity, handcraft, plastic and visual, aesthetic and ideological has had room there, own and visitors can appreciate and enjoy this cultural space on the first Thursday of each month.
Circunvalar Avenue, 2 Street.
The Rebeca a sculpture of female traits, located on a pool, evokes the aborigines who inhabited these lands, in turn, gives its name to a sector that is surrounded by a great variety of restaurants and iconic bars of the city.
The gourmet coffees
The Barista, Café-Café, Delicieux, Juan Valdez, Yip Willys of the Rebeca park, are just some of the emblematic sites where you can enjoy the delicious national drink in the Circunvalar Avenue.
KRA 12/ 2 to 7 Street
In this area with more than 50 years of foundation, you can enjoy a full range of traditional food, prepared by expert cooks, in the middle of which there stand out the products of the corn as the arepa and the empanada and the meats in all their preparations.