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Where to Dine & Drink
Dreaming of ossobuco? Short of a flight to Milan, this fine dining spot is your best bet. As a bonus, they’ve got an English menu for easy ordering.
Casa San Isidro
The view from the peak of Monserrate is spectacular, and so is the duck at this mountaintop French restaurant. Sit down to dinner, and watch the city light up as the sun sets.
Leo Cocina y Cava
Enjoy a Colombian dining experience like no other at this local establishment, where each dish on the tasting menu draws on flavors from varied ecosystems and ancestral traditions.
Elegant tapas and a giant wine list make this a popular spot for nights out with friends or clients. Make reservations if you’re heading there after 8:00 p.m.
Classic Arts & Culture
Bogotá Museum of Modern Art
Tour the innovative video installations and modern sculptures at this museum, designed by renowned architect Rogelio Salmona.
Casa de Moneda Museum
Learn the history of Colombia’s currency by visiting the old mint, which struck its first gold coins in 1622, and now showcases money-making methods used through the ages.
National Museum of Colombia
Built as a fortress-like prison in 1832, this museum now exhibits more than 20,000 artifacts and pieces of art, including mummies, paintings, and ancient ceramics.
Sanctuary of Monserrate
Visible across the city, this centuries-old religious sanctuary towers over Bogotá from the 3,152-meter summit of Monserrate. Take the aerial tram, or hike up about 1.5 miles to reach the top.
Bogotá Fashion & Style
Centro Comercial Andino
Located next to the trendy Zona T nightclub district, this four-level mall is packed with 230 local and international shops.
Your room is less than half a mile down the road from this 374-outlet shopping mecca. Inside the multi-level mall, you’ll find jewelry stores, luxury fashions, casual dining restaurants, and even a supermarket.
Salitre Plaza Centro Comercial
Stop by this sprawling shopping center to find a new handbag, enjoy a live comedy show, or catch a movie. It’s located north of our hotel on Calle 24.
Bogotá’s Unique Outdoor Scene
Jardín Botánico José Celestino Mutis
Strolling through Colombia’s top botanical garden is like taking a walk through the country’s green spaces. See more than 19,000 plants, including endangered Andean species.
Take the kids to enjoy thrill rides, roller coasters, and bumper cars in the city’s largest amusement park, which is connected to Simón Bolívar Metropolitan Park.
Simón Bolívar Metropolitan Park
Head to the heart of the city to find this 988-acre expanse of green. It’s home to hundreds of trees, a concert stage, and a large lake frequently dotted with paddle boats.
Memorable Music Moments
Events Plaza at Simón Bolívar Metropolitan Park
When bands come to Bogotá, crowds of up to 40,000 gather at this shell-shaped stage within the city’s central park.
Estadio Nemesio Camacho (El Campín)
Watch chart-topping artists rock out at this 45,000-spectator arena, which is also the city’s premier soccer stadium.
Parque Deportivo 222
Attend a concert or music festival at this urban park in the northeastern part of Bogotá.
Getaways Within a Day
Chicaque Natural Park
Hike through the mist to viewpoints like Eagle’s Peak at this popular park, where you may spot sloths and birds of prey, descend hillsides via zip line, and explore on horseback.
Though sometimes difficult to access, this beautiful lake is worth the trip. Once sacred to the Muisca people, its connection to the legend of El Dorado has attracted visitors for centuries.
Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá
Make a pilgrimage to this underground church, one of Colombia’s architectural feats, to admire marble sculptures and icons carved from mountain rock.