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Things to do in Bogota

Bogota has a lot to offer, from historic neighborhoods to large parks, shopping centers, churches, museums, bike paths and of course, restaurants and nightlife.

La Candelaria
La Candelaria
The historical, cultural and tourist Bogota called Candelaria. It is in one of the squares of the neighborhood where the city was founded in 1538. Buildings of colonial and republican remain intact, frozen in time as being historical heritage of the Colombian capital.

This bohemian sector is the government headquarters also has the largest cultural activity in the city.
You can make the journey on foot, bike, themed tours through that era include carts and carriages

Museums
Museums
The offer of museums in Bogotá is extensive, there are art, technology, historical and natural. The last Sunday of every month most museums open their doors to the public for free or at special rates. Among the most important museums are: Museo Nacional, Museo del Oro, Museo Botero.
Sanctuaries and Churches
Sanctuaries and Churches
Bogotá like most Colombian cities and towns developed around the churches and temples whose architecture are among the attractions of Bogotá.
Of these the most important is the Sanctuary of Monserrate, Bogotá permanent guardian; located at east of the city, on top of a mountain at an altitude of 3,512 meters above sea level, It could be reached on foot or through funicular or cable car. The ride does not last more than 5 minutes. Once there you will not only have contact with the peace of mind but also with the nature of the Colombian capital

Eat, Dance and Have Fun
Eat, Dance and Have Fun
In Colombia, Bogotá is distinguished by the joy of people who feel particularly in their party venues. Some are more remarkable than others and are the perfect excuse to enjoy culture and Colombian music. Some of our recommendations are: Andres, Carne de res, La Margarita del Ocho and La Villa.

Things to do outside Bogota

One of the most common plans for the citizens and those who come to the city, is visitor around this great city. The options are endless to develop:

Flower Farms
Flower Farms
Colombia is the second largest producer of flowers in the world, and the largest U.S. provider. More than fifty thousand species of all colours, all odors, all sizes and all forms are born, grow and reproduce here, and around Bogotá home to the largest number of roses in greenhouses which are accessible to meet entire production process of this beautiful flower.
Paragliding
Paragliding
Bogota and territories around them are located on the Andes, so there are many mountains that are in their landscapes; From them you can practice, accompanied by professional paragliding and fly through the skies recalling that the first astronauts who traveled to the moon, said that they had that vision of planet Earth kept two vivid memories: the extension of the Great Wall and greenery covering Colombia.
Villa de Leyva
Villa de Leyva
This is from the neighboring cities of Bogota, the most touristy. Worth staying at least one night in this colonial town whose houses are all painted white, its stone streets are full of history, and its main square is surrounded by artisan shops where you can buy pieces representative of culture Colombian, and restaurants with cuisines from around the world.

Paipa
Paipa
It’s a paradise for those seeking a relaxing space. This city located just over an hour from Bogota, see water running through its territory its health, but mostly relaxing. Besides that has many spas, where true professionals are able to soothe away stress and fatigue of everyday life.