Color. That is the word which best describes this fascinating, bohemian neighborhood, with color emblazoned across its restored, colonial façades and enveloped into the personalities of its residents, many of whom have called this area home for generations.
Visitors to this part of the city never tire of wandering its narrow streets. Its many attractions include the convention center, the 17th century Baluarte del Reducto, the Pegasus Pier and the Parque del Centenario. There are stunning views of the bay and a huge variety of cafés, bars, clubs, boutique hotels, churches, squares and restaurants serving up local and international cuisine, making this one part of the world that you really have to get to know.