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This house is a private residence and cannot be entered. It is worth a walk by (although difficult to find much to look at from the street) if you're in the area since he was a Nobel Prize winner. There are a few spots that...More
This is simply a house that Gabo bought and then remodelled. He lived there only briefly, but it still belongs to his family. It is just inside the city walls (best seen from up there) and easy to locate by its unusual style. A couple...More
There is a Gabriel Garcia Márquez menu tour of different restaurants and scenes described in his books with tastings of food and the guide sharing recordings from the books. I give the menu tour a 5 and museum a 3.
Trying to find the “Gabo”...More
The house is closed and you can't go into it. I'd say it's word a visit if you're around, but apart from the painting that's next to the house there's nothing much see. I went to finish reading on of his books in front of...More
i suppose this review may get squashed as i didn't visit the house but rather did the gabriel garcia marquez walking tour. our hotel contacted the vendor who came to the hotel to show us what to do. it cost $25usd i think or was...More