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Find Top 10 Things to Do in Bogota

These are the 10 most visited tourist destinations in Bogota, if you can not hesitate to take a break and visit some of these wonders when visiting Bogota.

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Bolivar House Museum – Bogota Travel Guide

The government of Nueva Granada acquired it and gave it to Bolivar in 1820, as an expression of gratitude for his devotion to the cause of independence. Bolivar used it as a private retreat and a place to celebrate his victories in the field. He fled there after the plot to assassinate him in 1828, foreseeing the imminent collapse of what was then called the Gran Colombia…




Night in Bogotá – Bogota travel Guide

9 Bogotá is a city with many faces and personalities. The one every visitor should experience is the charming Bogotá by night. The Night Tour starts at the La Calera lookout where you will be able to see the magnificent lights of the city turning on as night falls over the capital…

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Maloka – Bogota travel Guide

8 Located in Ciudad Salitre, Maloka is the first science and technology interactive center of Colombia with exhibition halls, the only Domo theather in South America, with a gigantic screen, an Internet coffee shop and support areas such as a restaurant…

Square of the Chorro de Quevedo – Bogota Travel Guide

7 The Chorro de Quevedo could be found in the center of Downtown of Bogota, in the oldest town noun as La Candelaria, located at La calle del embudo and according to history this was the place where Bogota was founded and is Named Quevedo because The father Quevedo build a fount to get an easy access to water…
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Cathedral of Salt Zipaquira Colombia

6 Beautiful completely carved in Salt Cathedral is unique in its kind and presents visitors a majesty unparalleled. 180 meters underground lies a place away from everyday life invites reflection, self-discovery and inner encounter with the spiritual part…

Lake Guatavita (Spanish: Laguna de Guatavita or Lago Guatavita)

5 Lake Guatavita (Spanish: Laguna de Guatavita or Lago Guatavita) is located in the Cordillera Oriental of the Colombian Andes in the municipality of Sesquilé, in the Almeidas Province, Cundinamarca department of Colombia, 57 kilometres (35 mi) north-east of Bogotá, capital of Colombia…

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Botero Museum – Bogotá Travel Guide

4 Botero Museum: A total number of 208 works of art, 85 of them international and 123 belong to the artist’s own work. Fernando Botero turns Bogotá, along with Buenos Aires, Sao Paulo, Caracas and through Botero’s effort, Medellin, into one of Latin America’s cities to possess a rich and very attractive art collection, representative of the different artistic…

Monserrate Hill – Bogotá Travel Guide

3 When you lift up your eyes, from any point in the city, it is impossible not to see the hill that watches over Bogota from its 3152 m.a.s.L: Monserrate. It is the symbol for excellence of the Colombian capital. Not only as a natural image, but because of its religious character…

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Gold Museum – Bogota Travel Guide

2 The Gold Museum boasts an extraordinary collection, the most comprehensive of its kind worldwide, which includes approximately 35,000 pieces of jewelry belonging to Calima, Quimbaya, Tayrona, Muisca and San Agustín (St. Augustine) civilizations, made out of gold and tumbaga (the Spanish name for the low quality…


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