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Catedral de Manizales

Plaza de la Catedral, Manizales, Colombia
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The 360 degrees view of coffee town, landscape

This is a hard to clim up , tale a time and some stops complete the stairways that takes you to the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Madrid, Spain
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Breathtaking view!!

First of all the city -Manizales- is beautiful, located in the middle of the mountains in the... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2017
Luz J
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Plaza de la Catedral, Manizales, Colombia
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

This is a hard to clim up , tale a time and some stops complete the stairways that takes you to the top, but when you reach the highest point of the cathedral the amazing view is breathtaking! Must to visit during your coffee land...More

Thank ArbelaezNata
Reviewed 1 July 2017

First of all the city -Manizales- is beautiful, located in the middle of the mountains in the Andean region. The cathedral is in the heart of the city . A tour guide can take you to the Corredor Polaco (which is in the top of...More

Thank Luz J
Reviewed 24 June 2017

Don't think about it. Just do it (unless you are afraid of heights that is!). Great view of the city and the windows of the church are great

Thank DuxieCanada
Reviewed 24 June 2017

In the heart of Manizales this Cathedral dominates Plaza Bolivar.It has the privilage to be "the highest cathedral of Colombia". The beautiful design was create by the Frenchman Julien Polti, Architecturally it features unique rare type of canopy supported by columns.

Thank podrozniczka60
Reviewed 15 June 2017 via mobile

Try corredor polaco if you want to take a view of manizales. Is better to go in sunset or at night. Or both. You have to climb stairs. Lots of them. You need to pay to go up.

Thank Jacobo G
Reviewed 3 June 2017

The Cathedral is located in the heart of Manizales. The church is open to the public and is pretty old. There are many parts (especially the glass) brought from Europe. Enjoy!

Thank Vera K
Reviewed 26 May 2017

On our family vacation we made sure to stop by the Cathedral various times to pray and view its wonderful architecture. The Cathedral has stores that you can purchase religious items such as rosary, novenas, scapulars, and many other items. The elevator on the outside...More

Thank Wendy W
Reviewed 18 April 2017 via mobile

You can see the whole Manizales from the top. The way up is steep so if you're afraid of heights or have trouble with stairs maybe it's best to avoid it. Wich is no problem because the inside is incredibly pretty too, and in one...More

Thank Antonia_Sanin
Reviewed 17 April 2017

It's a must see. it's a very nice and ancient church made up in French style( think so) you can go in side, take a look arround, watch the details and attend to the catholic Mass. U also can go up until the top of...More

Thank August C
Reviewed 4 April 2017

they have a café on the second floor and also you can take a tour to the top of the Catedral which is amazing, you can take so many beautiful pictures from there, and the tour is very affordable and they explain everything

Thank Jose P
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