Plaza de Cayzedo is a historic public square in Cali, Valle del Cauca, Columbia. On the square are important buildings such as the Cathedral of San Pedro, the National Palace and the Otero Building.
The square gets its name from Joaquin Cayzedo y Cuero, an independence leader. His statute is in the center of the square.
The square is in the heart of the city and considered one of Cali's most important points of tourism. Filled with palm trees, fountains, benches, street vendors and shoeshine stands, it is a nice place to sit, relax and people watch.
Nearby attractions are the Museum of Natural Sciences and the Guacari Rectory.Places nearby:
The Cat Park: Cat Sculptures and Scenery Galore 1 km / 0 mi
Paloqueamao Market: Bogota's Culinary Haven 300 km / 187 mi
Botero Museum: The House of Latin American Art 301 km / 187 mi
Gold Museum (Museo de Oro): Glittering Collection of Pre-Columbian Gold 301 km / 187 mi
Park 93: Recreational and Commercial Park 307 km / 191 mi