Mompox is an island situated at the Magdalena River that preserves the colonial architecture and Spanish traditions. In 1995 the historical center was declared as a Cultural World Heritage by the UNESCO as a spectacular example of a Spanish 16th-Century colonial city in Latin America. As many of the buildings still serve their original purposes, including schools, churches, town halls and even the local hospital, Santa Cruz de Mompox represents a significant piece of Latin Americas colonial history.
Colombia has a rich colonial history. Many towns and villages still conserve this type of architecture and colonial flair. Amongst these you can find the beautiful small towns of Barichara, Villa...
La Casa Amarilla is located next to the Santander forest and Magdalena River and only 700 meters from the city center. The hostel features private rooms, economical private rooms and dorm accommodation. All guests can enjoy a free coffee and room service; laundry service and bike rentals can be arranged upon request.
Location: Cra 1 13-59
- 10 Bedrooms
- Room Service
- Laundry Service
- Air Conditioning
- TV Lounge