The place where the nights starring salsa rumba, official celebration site for football fans and supporters valluno and undoubtedly the pink zone of Cali. Bars, clubs and restaurants are part of this avenue, the city with more entertainment.
Among the noise, joy and celebration are very famous and traditional sites such as discos Brisas of the sixth, Nightclub Baiaio, Cuba Libre, Fandango, The Cascades La Sexta, Le Monde, Mango Biche and Toby, among the most representative and that eventually marked the rumba Cali on par with the other sites that receive the new generations.
The resurgence of this area is tied to merchants who invested in this area to upgrade to Cali with its new architecture and opening the road to Yumbo and Vijes, industry roads around the Valley.
Sixth Street is recommended to tourists for its evolution and change of space meant to receive visitors who want to enjoy the sauce in the day or evening and can be merged with the Cali.
The story goes that this avenue and fame gained strength with the construction of the Bridge over the River Cali Spain in 1936, when he joined the movement of vehicles Avenue and Avenida Boyacá Belalcázar who continued to Sixth Avenue. It was because of the traffic flow that started the commercial development and became a meeting point for a tour of Cali in 4000 meters. The avenue begins at the Pink Palace and ends at the bridge where residents Chipichape preferred sector migrate to the constant flow of visitors and vehicles Avenue while growing with the emergence of artisans, bars, cinemas, fast food and restaurants today predominate in the beating of caleñas night for tourists.