Local time 5:48A | February 22, 2018

Welcome to Bogota

Located at 2,600 meters above sea level and with its more than 8’000.000 inhabitants, Bogotá is a city full of surprises that always leaves in its visitors the desire and interest to return.

Below you will find the most emblematic and recommended places in the city, courtesy of GO, Guía del Ocio. Additional information:

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Neighborhood

Zona T

Nowadays, the “Zona T” or “Zona Rosa” is an area for fashion and parties. Here you can find a vast variety of restaurants, shops and haute couture boutiques.

Neighborhood

Zona G

Its name derives from Zona Gastronómica (Gastronomic Zone). Here you will find around 50 of the best restaurants and chefs of the city.

Libraries

Virgilio Barco Library

It was designed by Rogelio Salmona, one of the most important Colombian architects. This library offers great spaces for reading, and bright corners where you can enjoy the natural landscape of the park that surrounds it.

Neighborhood

Usaquén

It is a former independent town that now forms part of the north of the city. It is a special and unique place, and a compulsory stop for the visitors.

Events

Teatro Colón (Columbus Theater)

It is the most important cultural scene in the country, with a first-line programming throughout the year.

Park

Simon Bolivar Park

It is formed by a 400 hectares group of parks and green areas. It has more than four square kilometers in length, thus, it is one of the largest metropolitan parks in the world.

Tourist Guides

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Hotels

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Transportation

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