When Colombian artist Fernando Botero Angulo donated about 200 pieces of art to Colombia from his personal collection in 1980—including 123 pieces of his own art and the rest from the likes of Picasso, Chagall, and Renoir—he stipulated that there would be one condition: it could be visited by the public for free. While the collection of Botero’s work is not as extensive as the one in Medellín, there are many important pieces. The work is spread out over two floors in an elegant colonial building that once housed the archbishop. Audio guides are available in English for COP$6,000. The museum is part of a larger art collection from the Banco de la República, and other exhibitions halls can be accessed within the same complex.