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Aug 27, 2014

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93 Park

Undoubtedly, this is the most notable park in the city, mostly because around it there are many of the most distinguished restaurants, bars and cafes along with office buildings, ...


Botero Museum

In 2000, the Bank of the Republic received a major donation from the most famous Colombian painter, Fernando Botero. The artist made available to the public 2002 works - 123 of hi...


$5
Estimated ticket price
Cable Car Station

To reach the largest hill of the city (Monserrate), there are three possibilities: going up the stairs, by cable car or funicular. If you don’t intend to pay any promise or aren’t ...

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Chapinero

At the beginning of the twentieth century, Chapinero was a place close to the city where the wealthier families had large farms, houses and recreational fifths countryside. Over ti...


Chorro de Quevedo

There's the believe that the origin of Bogotá is at this point situated in La Candelaria district, where formerly ran a small stream which is known precisely as Chorro de Quevedo. ...


Colon Theater

The Colon Theater is an impressive work of architecture that combines elements of Italian Renaissance and Baroque. It was built between 1886 and 1895 and declared a National Monume...


Colpatria Tower

Colpatria Tower is famous for being the tallest building in the city. It has 50 floors (48 which are offices) and 192 meters high. The top floor is a perfect vantage from which to ...


Cultural Apple

A sector that includes important cultural centers of the city, like the Luis Angel Arango Library (BLAA), Botero Museum, the Mint and Plazoleta Gregorio Vasquez and Ceballos, among...


El Dorado Avenue

The significance of this Avenue relies in its location, since in it, and its surroundings, important places such as Parque de la Independencia, the Mambo, the Central Cemetery, the...


G Zone

If you want to make sure you go to a good restaurant, visit this area, so called because all the restaurants in it are Gourmet and because they are situated in the form of letter G...


La Candelaria

The Candelaria district is probably the most charming in the city; its cobbled streets, the elderly air that exudes, the variety of colors of its aged houses, and the perfect adapt...


La Macarena

Places like the Museum of Modern Art in Bogotá, the National Library, The Park Towers and the Plaza de Toros La Santa Maria, in addition to its lively streets in the day (which per...


Maloka

Maloka is an interactive arts and sciences center in which a range of wonders of the world of science and technology are explained through fun and educational attractions. It has a...


Mint

The Coin House or Mint gets its name because it was here where the first gold coins were minted in America in 1622. The numismatic collection exhibits explore inside the productio...


$2
Estimated ticket price
Modern Art Museum of Bogotá (Mambo)

The most famous architect from Bogota, Rogelio Salmona, is the creator of this important museum of the city. The Mambo, as its better known, has six rooms and patios that follows t...


Monserrate

Besides being the largest hill, it is undoubtedly one of the most representative symbols of Bogotá. It is located 3100 meters high, making it an excellent vantage point. It is visi...


Nariño Palace

The Presidential House was during a long time the Palace of San Carlos, a building that still remains intact at 10 to 5th street and that is now the current headquarters of the Min...


$3
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National Museum

A former Bogota panopticon, where for many years a prison built in stone operated, became a place that today tells the story of Colombia through paintings, sculptures, paintings an...


National Park

An incredible lung that gives way to the International Center - near one of the most prestigious universities in the city, Universidad Javeriana-, fills with life this vibrant sect...


Nemesio Camacho 'El Campín' Stadium

In 1936, Nemesio Camacho, one of the wealthier men of the city donated the land of his ranch called 'El Campin', with the condition that it was going to be used for sporting and re...

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