“This is a city to experience with the five senses. Here, livings are made through traditions, its people, and its geography. When the time comes to pick the destination for your next event, think differently: think Bogota!
Bogota is a city of contrasts. Its tastes captivate and smells hypnotize; sounds mix the modern with the traditional, during the corporate day and at night with a varied cultural offering.
It is able to attract all kinds of concerts, fairs, and events. The Iberoamerican Theatre Festival, the Rock at the Park Festival, Opera and Zarzuela seasons, a Campus Party, the International Book Fair, artBO, and the Bogota Half Marathon, just to name a few.
Its surroundings, full of history, will take you to flower nurseries, majestic haciendas, and picturesque towns. It is also the ideal destination for incentive trips.
In Bogota, livings are made through traditions, its people, and its geography.
When you look for a destination to visit, THINK DIFFERENTLY, THINK BOGOTA.
La Candelaria: Historic Center of BogotaSince the 16th century,
when the first building was erected, the neighborhood La Candelaria has preserved its character as a political, administrative, and religious center. Its steep and narrow streets still maintain the names that evoke the Spanish colonialism.
With over 34,000 pieces, the Gold Museum contains the largest pre-Columbian gold collection in the world.
the Monserrate Sanctuary has been visited by millions of pilgrims and travelers. It is considered a symbol of the capital, not only because of its natural resources, but also for its religious connotations.
Gold Museum, La Candelaria tours, Monserrate Sanctuary, Botero Museum.
In the colonial neighborhood of Usaquen, many of the late-18th
century houses still conserve their architecture, and are used as exclusive restaurants, bars, and cafés. Every Sunday and on holidays, the Craft and Flea Market takes place, in which you can find the most creative and peculiar people, all dedicated to the making of crafts, jewelry, antiquities and curiosities.
The opportunity to taste a delicious dinner and at nighttime walk around the area. Flea Market (Only open Sundays and holidays from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM)
Its name comes from the “T” shaped pedestrian street, on which the traditional “Zona Rosa” is located. In this area, you can find the most recognized restaurants, cafés, shopping centers, boutiques by the principle Colombian designers, casinos, bars, and nightclubs in the city.
During the day, the atmosphere is ideal for shopping, restaurants, and cafés. When night comes, the area becomes one of the best places to go clubbing.
Calle del Sol, on which you can find boutiques by the principle Colombian designers.