Bogota

C  O L O M B I A

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Bogotá is the capital and largest city of Colombia, and it is the political, economic,
administrative, and industrial center of the country.


The city is located in the center of Colombia. It is the third-highest capital in South
America and in the world after Quito and La Paz, at an average of 8,660 ft above sea
level. It has a relatively cool climate that is constant through the year.


The city's airport, El Dorado International Airport, handles the largest cargo volume in
Latin America, and is third in number of people.


Bogotá is home to the largest number of universities and research centers in the
country, and is an important cultural center, with many theaters, libraries and museums.
If you are going to Bogota you should expect traffic so it’s better to stay close to where
you are going to spend most of your time in, I suggest the “zona T area” because you
can walk to restaurants, bars and malls easily and  easy in terms of public
transportation as well.


Plans:

 

  • Take a day trip to the center of the city where you can see the historic

  • monuments and visit the local museums

  • Go to zona T and go to malls and nice restaurants

  • Go to Usaquen park and walk around and have great food


Restaurants:

 

  • Andrés Carne de Res is the best! It is the most iconic restaurant in the city and you have to go. The main one is located in “Chia” 45 mins away from the city. But

  • there is also another one in the city in “Zona T” where you can have a very fun experience as well.

  • Club Colombia is also a must, for local food.

  • Crepes & Waffles: very casual spot but amazing food and it’s delicious and very iconic.

  • El corral: Best burgers in the world! Super casual but a can’t miss


Bars:

 

  • El coq

  • Ghetto

  • Furia

  • Fabuloso

  • Cuarto frio