Bogota, Colombia 🇨🇴

Bogotá is located in the center of Colombia, on a high plateau in the Northern Andes Mountains. The city is 8661 feet above sea level (2640 meters) and has a subtropical highland climate which means it is cool during the day with average temperatures of 57°F during the day and 41°F at night.

Bogotá, called Bacatá initially by the Muiscas, was the center of their civilization before the Spanish conquest. At the time of the arrival of the Spanish in 1537 in the form of the Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada expedition, Santa Fé de Bogotá was founded. The city was made the capital of the vice-royalty of New Granada. In 1810-11 its citizens revolted against Spanish rule and set up a government of their own, but had to contend with Spanish military loyalists, who controlled the city until 1819, when Simón Bolívar captured the town. Santa Fé de Bogotá remained the capital of New Granada, which later became the Republic of Colombia. In August 2000, the capital’s name was officially changed back from “Santa Fé de Bogotá” to the more usual “Bogotá.”

Shopping options in Bogotá are plentiful and varied. In the city center, look for bargains and handicrafts. In the north, you’ll find upscale shopping malls and boutiques.

Andino Shopping Mall: Cuenta con 230 locales comerciales distribuidos en 4 niveles, 700 parqueaderos ubicados en dos sótanos con valet parking y servicios exclusivos para niños y adultos.

El Retiro Mall: Located in one of the busiest shopping areas, El Retiro Shopping Center is the point of reference for connoisseurs of the latest trends that follow a sophisticated lifestyle.

Unicentro Mall: In Santa Ana Centro Commercial Boutique, you will find everything you need in one place.

Titan Plaza: The most significant meeting place in Bogota, making this shopping center one of the most innovative commercial platforms in Latin America.

Hacienda Santa Bárbara Mall: It’s a combination of the old and modern architecture, all the stores you need and a complete food court.

Mundo Aventura Park: Sizable amusement park featuring an array of whimsical rides in themed areas, along with eateries.

Salitre Mágico: Currently it has 39 mechanical attractions such as roller coasters, bumping cars, and the unique “Castillo del Terror.”

TIC Park: Is the first thematic park of information and communication technologies (ICT), an entertaining and transforming adventure into the digital world.

Jaime Duque Park: The park contains the Jaime Duque Zoo, the Museum of Mankind, as well as replicas of several essential locations and buildings from around the world.

 

Paragliding: Fly over Bogotá and the surrounding area on an exciting paragliding adventure.

Skydive: Skydiving, a lifetime experience. Flying over Bogotá, you will get the opportunity to see this giant city from above and all the small towns and villages around it.

Horseback Riding: Experience the beauty of the countryside as you ride with local guides through the mountain trails of Bogotá.

Golf: If you are on vacation in Bogotá, you can’t miss the opportunity to visit the most exclusive Golf Clubs in town.

From high-class, renowned establishments to tiny local spots serving traditional food, Bogotá has many places to offer.

Restaurant Guide:

Leo: Run by and named for one the country’s most celebrated chefs Leonor Espinosa.

Harry Sasson: With 30 years of experience, Harry Sasson is perhaps Colombia’s most famous chef. His eponymous 20-year-old restaurant is known for its service, consistency, ambiance, and for the quality of its ingredients.

Osaka: is one of the hottest tickets in town and a nearly impossible-to-score table for three reasons: excellent food, a charming ambiance, and excellent service.

Andrés Carne de Res: It specializes in grilled meats and typical Colombian dishes.

Bogotá is no exception to the country and offers a wide variety of styles after dark.

Maroma Nightclub.

6L6 Nightclub.

La Villa.

Jhonny Cay Reggae Bar.

Exchange Salsa.

Zona T or Zona Rosa.

The Colombian Peso is the currency of Colombia, and in contrast to many of its neighbors, the US dollar although widely exchanged, really is not accepted as money in Colombia.

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