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Things to do

CULTURE

  • Bogota is the first Latin American city of the Creative Cities Network for Music, along with Seville (Spain), Bologna (Italy), Glasgow (Scotland) and Ghent (Belgium), due to the wide offer of free and open-air festivals of rock, salsa, jazz, opera, hip-hop and Colombian music. Since 1994 the city has hold ‘Rock al Parque’, the largest free festival in Latin America and the third largest in the world.
  • Every two years Bogota holds the most important theater festival in Latin America and one of the best in the world: the Ibero-American Theater Festival.
  • There are regular offers of theatre, dance and music in more than 45 venues, the best-known of which are Teatro Mayor Julio Mario Santodomingo, Teatro Jorge Eliécer Gaitán and Teatro Nacional and a number of smaller private venues.
  • Each year, ArtBo is held in October, one of the most important art fairs in Latin America, with more than 24 thousand attendees, where the best national and international galleries are invited.
  • The Bogota International Book Fair (FILBO) is the most important reading promotion and publishing industry event in Latin America. Every year writers, books and readers become protagonists.
  • It has 77 museums with collections of pre-Columbian and contemporary art, of historical, archaeological and religious value. Some of them with free access.

WHAT CAN I BUY IN BOGOTA?

SHOES AND LEATHERGOODS IN BOGOTA

Colombia has a strong leather, footwear and leather goods industry, where design and quality is the great differentiator. Shoes, purses, clothing and accessories can be found in shopping malls and specialized stores.

ESMERALDAS AND JEWERLY IN BOGOTA

The quality of Colombian jewelry, goldsmiths and emeralds is widely recognized internationally. Colombia produces 55% of the world·s emeralds. The conditions of our subsoil make them more resistant, bright and with purer and deeper shades.

EXPOARTESANÍAS

If you come in December, do not forget to attend Expoartesanías, the most important trade fair of the artisan sector in Latin America that takes place every year in Corferias. A journey through different cultures that exalts the work of traditional and contemporary artisans, not only from Colombia but from more than 20 countries around the world.

GASTRONOMY

The following areas of gastronomy in Bogota stand out for their varied culinary offerings. The smells and tastes of each of them will remain in your memory.

ZONA G - GOURMET

This area has specialized in the exclusive offer of restaurants, cafés and first-class hotels, away from the hustle and bustle of nightlife. It is located near the main financial zone of the city and its establishments are addressed mainly to senior executives and entrepreneurs.

USAQUÉN: ROMANTIC AND COLONIAL

Because of its colonial architecture, it has historically been one of the most exclusive and peaceful places in Bogota. In its old mansions a whole gastronomic offer has been developed that includes restaurants, pubs and bars.

ZONA T – PARQUE DE LA 93

Here, there is a happy mixture of dining and dancing. Usually, dinner comes first, and then…. the party begins.

LA MACARENA: ALL THE ATTRACTIONS OF BOHEMIAN BOGOTA

Zona M is in the Macarena district, close to the center of the city, near the National Museum and the Santamaria bullring. This is the home of the Bohemians of Bogota, but the choice does include international and fusion cuisine, as well as more traditional fare.

GASTRONOMIC FESTIVALS

If you visit the city in August you can attend the Bogota Wine and Food Festival, and Alimentarte Food Festival, two events that year after year, offer the possibility of enjoying the best of local and international cuisine, attending talks with experts and tasting the menus of renowned world-class chefs.

NIGHT LIFE

Colombians are well-known for their high spirits, and Bogota brings together all the rhythms of all the regions into a single place. In this Trip Advisor selection you will find the nocturnal activities most recommended by users.

NATURE

Bogota·s urban landscapes blend with the green of the mountains that surround it. The trails and parks will take you out of the routine. Its surroundings will take you to haciendas with flowers, milk and horse breeding. The Colombian capital is so diverse and multifaceted!

Among the places with natural landscapes to visit are:

  • The Simón Bolívar Metropolitan Park.
  • The Botanical Garden of Bogota.
  • Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira.
  • Nemocón.