Mountainous Bogotá, Colombia, brims with understated charm.
The Colombian capital of Bogotá holds striking contradictions within its boundaries: mountains that give way to flat plains, churches in nightlife districts, skyscrapers towering over homes and street-food stands outside high-end restaurants. Its irresistible charm never fails to win the hearts of intrepid travelers who take time to get to know the city beneath the surface. And pleasant 60-degree weather year-round means it never gets horribly hot — anytime is the best time to visit.
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Explore Bogotá

  • Santa Fe
  • Usaquén
  • Chapinero
  • Teusaquillo

Santa Fe


Santa Fe is best known for its striking historic district, La Candelaria. The oldest part of Bogotá, it houses many of the city’s most important landmarks, like the neoclassical Capitolio Nacional (National Capitol) building and Plaza de Bolívar. It’s also home to the La Macarena, a smaller neighborhood within the Sante Fe district that offers food markets, concept restaurants and art galleries.

Known For

Architecture, Historic Landmarks, Government Buildings

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Once a village on the outskirts of Bogotá, Usaquén was eventually incorporated into the city. Though its original historic charm peeks through in its architecture, the neighborhood has expanded and transformed into a stylish, modern area filled with malls and international cuisine.

Known For

Architecture, Flea Markets, Golf

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Chapinero evades easy definitions. It has some of Bogotá’s most exclusive areas — like Zona G with its upscale dining — but is also an epicenter for cutting-edge art galleries. As the city’s main LGBTQ+ district, it offers many inclusive nightlife spots.

Known For

Fine Dining, Nightlife, LGBTQ+ Bars and Clubs

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Teusaquillo has some of Bogotá’s largest urban green spaces, including its magnificent botanical garden. It also houses part of the famed Park Way, a tree-covered area lined with shops, restaurants and numerous pubs serving local artisanal beer.

Known For

Parks, Family-Friendly Activities, Breweries, Pubs

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3 Days of Mountains, Markets and Museums in Bogotá, Colombia

Colorful homes in Bogotá

Dig Into Colombia’s Historic Center

Get a bird’s-eye view of the capital in Monserrate before immersing yourself in the colorful streets of La Candelaria, Bogotá’s oldest region. After seeing the city’s most important sites, end the day with a bang with an explosive traditional game.


Taste Your Way Through Colombian Cuisine

Embark on a culinary tour of regional Colombian cuisine that will take you to fragrant markets, trendy neighborhoods and some of the best restaurants in the world. At night, head out to a salsa club where beginners are welcome.

A cyclist in Bogotá

Take In the City Sights on Two (Bicycle) Wheels

Hop on a bike and make your way to the Usaquén Flea Market, set in a historic neighborhood. After buying artisanal goods, go to the chic Zona Rosa for high-end shopping and dining. Then relax with a cocktail at an alluring rooftop bar.

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