Bogotá Travel Guide
Plan Your Bogotá Vacation
Bogotá offers abundant contrasts: modern shopping malls and open-air markets, high-rise apartments and makeshift shanties, futuristic glass towers and colonial churches. Simultaneous displays of ostentatious wealth and shocking poverty have been a feature of life here for centuries. In the neighborhood of La Candelaria a rich assemblage of colonial mansions grandly conceived by the Spanish were built by native peoples and financed by plundered gold.
Many of Bogotá's better hotels are in the wealthy northern districts—the most alluring parts of the city, and also the... read more
Bogotá's phone book lists more than 1,000 restaurants, and the best offer first-class service and outstanding Colombian... read more
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