Points of Interest
Following are some suggestions of places that may be of interest to you.
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- Unicentro: Carrera 15 y calle 122
- Centro Andino: Calle 82 entre carrera 11 & 15
- Hacienda Santa Bárbara: Carrera 7 y calle 116
- Atlantis Plaza: Calle 81 entre carreras 11 & 15
- Santa Fe: Autopista Norte y calle 200
- Boulevar Niza: Avenida 127 y Avenida Suba
- Metrópolis: Avenida 68 y calle 100.
- Barraquer Clinic: Calle 100 y Avenida 19
- Reina Sofia Hospital: Avenida 127 y Autopista
- Santa Fe Foundation: Carrera 7 y calle 116
- Country Clinic: Carrera 15 y calle 84
Restaurants and Bars
- 93 Park: Carrera 12 & 13 y calle 93
- Zona Rosa / Zona T: Calle 82 y carrera 12
- Zone G: Carrera 5 entre calle 67 & 74
- Usaquén: An old town that was absorbed by the city. Here, colonial houses have been transformed into restaurants offering local and international cuisine. On Sundays enjoy a colorful outdoor flea market.
- Botero Collection: Museum showcasing Maestro Fernando Botero´s art as well as pieces from his private art collection
- Gold Museum: Museum that displays a selection of pre-Columbian gold and other metal alloys, such as Tumbaga. It contains the largest collection of gold artifacts in the world.
- National Museum: Houses permanent collections on its history, art, culture. It also hosts temporary exhibits from Rembrandt, and other masters.
- MAMBO: Museum of Modern Art of Bogota.
- Quinta de Bolívar: Museum showing the house of Simon Bolivar.
Other Points of Interest
- Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira: Located 49 kilometers north of Bogota. This is the only cathedral built inside an old salt mine.
- Ciudad Salitre: In this neighborhood you will find an amusement park, a water park, children's museum, and Maloka (science museum).
- Monserrate: The perfect place for a panoramic view of Bogota. Originally founded in 1640 as a monastery, today you can find shops and restaurants. Access to Monserrate is via a cable car, funicular or you can also hike up.
- La Candelaria: The historic center of the city. Here you can see colonial houses, as well as the Colon Theater, the Luis Angel Arango Library (the most visited public library in the world), La Casa de la Moneda, the Botero Museum, the house of Simon Bolivar, and the Plaza Bolivar.
- La Calera, Sopo and Guatavita: Located in the northeast of Bogota, these three villages allow you to become familiar with Andean lifestyle while enjoying the beautiful scenery of lakes and the Andes mountains.