Bogotá's sheer size and violent reputation are intimidating for visitors, but the city opens up to the savvy traveler with incredible riches befitting the capital of Colombia, and one of the biggest cities in Latin America.
La Candelaria is the historic center of Bogotá, and the city's principal destination for tourists.
Zona Rosa, also known as "Zona T" for the T shaped area at its heart, is the prime nightclub district of Bogotá, and also home to plenty of upscale restaurants, nice hotels, and shopping.
Santa Fé is the traditional downtown of Bogotá, surrounding the historic district of La Candelaria.
Rated 4.7 of 5
Parque El Virrey is a park and outdoors & recreation
El Chapinero-Zona G is just north of the traditional downtown of Bogotá.
Teusaquillo-Salitre is a district of Bogotá west of downtown and El Chapinero, with its gravitational center along Calle 26 on the way to the airport.
Usaquén is the northwesternmost district of Bogotá.
Northwest Bogotá includes the localidades of Barrios Unidos and Suba.
Rated 4.3 of 5
Club El Nogal is a social club and general entertainment
Parque 93 is the centerpiece of a lovely section of Bogotá, just north of the Zona Rosa.
The infamous South of Bogotá includes the localidades of San Cristóbal, Usme, Tunjuelito, Antonio Nariño, Rafael Uribe, Ciudad Bolívar, and entirely rural Sumapáz, home to Sumapaz National Park.
Casa de Moneda is a history museum and historic site
Rated 4.2 of 5
Centro Bogotá is a neighborhood and park
Rated 4.1 of 5
Plaza de Bolívar is a historic site and plaza
Rated 3.6 of 5
Maloka is a science museum and theme park
Rated 3.5 of 5
Gun Club is a historic site
Rated 3.5 of 5
RCN Televisión is a general entertainment
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