Area Attractions

Between the natural beauty, historic buildings and eye-opening museums of Bogotá, you’ll have no problem filling your trip with unique sights. Stay close to Agora Convention Center, Corferias Convention Center and the U.S. Embassy. Explore Universidad Nacional de Colombia, with its striking architecture. Or take a day trip to the salt cathedral, one of Colombia's most popular destinations.

Hyatt Place Bogota / Convention Center

Av. Calle 24 # 40 - 47
Bogota, Colombia, 111321



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Historic Sites

National University of Colombia

One of Colombia’s most prestigious universities, the National University of Colombia boasts 17 buildings that have been named as national monuments. The architecture on the Bogotá campus, which is suffused with green space, spans 60 years of history.

Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira

31.9 MI / 51.26 KM AWAY
Once a salt mine, this underground cathedral draws hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. The space, first created as a shrine to the patron saint of miners, contains work from celebrated Colombian artists and salt that’s millions of years old.

Virgilio Barco Library

Designed by the luminary architect Rogelio Salmona, the Virgilio Barco library is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 75,000-square-foot library sits in the middle of a park with water canals, and the interior is full of dramatic arcs and ramps.

La Candelaria

This historic area boasts colonial architecture and the historic Bolívar Square. It’s also home to some important buildings, including the Teatro de Cristóbal Colón opera house and the Palacio de San Carlos (the foreign ministry made from marble).

Art + Culture

Luis Ángel Arango Library

This library houses more than a million books and rare manuscripts, and offers a panoramic view of the city from the top floor. At the library’s concert hall, local and international musicians perform for up to 367 people.

The Gold Museum

This space showcases more than 34,000 gold objects, and 20,000 other artifacts, from Colombia’s major pre-Hispanic societies. Descriptions and tours are available in both English and Spanish.

Botero Museum

This museum displays more than 120 works of art by the distinguished Colombian artist Fernando Botero, as well as 80-plus works from renowned international artists, making it one of the most important public collections in Latin America.

Maloka Interactive Center

This kid-friendly science museum offers eight rooms of playful and interactive exhibits on everything from the solar system to electricity. It also boasts two cinemas—one with a domed ceiling and one that plays 3D movies.


Monserrate hill

With its peak nearly two miles above sea level, this iconic hill offers stunning views of Bogotá. At the summit, find a famous white church whose altar of the Fallen Christ was created in the 1650s. To get to the top, either hike or take a cable car.