Parque El Virrey
Located next to the hotel, this urban park is one of the most beautiful in Bogotá. In addition to lush, grassy open spaces, trees and a canal, the park features play areas for kids, jogging and bicycle paths and dog-friendly paths. The park is also the site of several downtown events, including the annual “Alimentarte” (Feed Yourself) food festival.
Parque de la 93
Vibrant Parque de la 93 is one of the most popular shopping and dining destinations in Bogotá. Once here, you’ll have your choice of unique restaurants, pubs and design shops. In the afternoon find a sidewalk café, order up a cocktail or coffee and enjoy the mountain views.
Consisting of the affluent El Nogal and La Cabrera neighborhoods, Zona T is home to Bogotá’s most exclusive shops, restaurants and clubs.
Andino Centro Comercial
This upscale shopping mall in the Zona Rosa is home to many exclusive international brands. Among its 205 shops are the only Louis Vuitton, Bvlgari, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana stores in country. There is also a casino, cinema and a money exchange office.
This beautiful neighborhood showcases an interesting mix of colonial, modern, and contemporary architecture among its century old trees and cobblestoned avenues. Be sure to visit the central plaza, which is surrounded by sidewalk cafés where you can enjoy a view of the plaza’s park and pretty church, and the Cerros Orientales in the background.
The historic heart of Bogotá, this neighborhood dates back to the 1500’s. Its charming stone avenues are lined with beautifully preserved baroque and colonial architecture, a tranquil plaza and beautiful churches. In addition to splendid shops and restaurants, Guests will find several museums, including Museo Botero, the Museo de Bogotá, and the Museo 20 de Julio.
Museo del Oro
One of the most famous and fascinating South American museums, the Gold Museum is home to nearly 60,000 pieces of gold and other materials from each of Colombia’s major pre-Hispanic cultures in Colombia. All exhibits feature descriptions in both Spanish and English.
Situated in the mountains more than 3,100 meters above sea level, Monserrate was built by the Spanish in 1640 to serve as a small chapel dedicated to the Nuestro Señor Caido de Monserrat. Today it’s one of the most famous attractions in Bogotá. By day you will enjoy dramatic views of the city and lush surrounding mountains. In the evening the view of the beautifully illuminated church and sparkling Bogotá skyline is truly unforgettable. Be sure to visit the famous Restaurante Casa San Isidro, which is known as much for its elegance as its superb cuisine.
El Retiro Centro Comercial
With high-end shops, restaurants, a movie theatre and a money exchange office, El Retiro Shopping Center is the most exclusive shopping mall in Bogotá.
Atlantis Centro Comercial
This shopping mall is home to a diverse array of fashion designers and the most famous local and international brands ranging from clothes and accessories to home décor, perfumes, jewelry, watches, personal care and beauty shops, cinemas and a money exchange office.
This famous restaurant features a surreal ambiance and fabulous Argentine BBQ style cuisine.
Catedral de Sal de Zipaquirá
The Catedral de Sal de Zipaquirá, or the “Salt Cathedral” is a temple built inside the salt mines of Zipaquira, in the Sabana de Bogotá, in the department of Cundinamarca, Colombia. It is also a religious center and one of the most famous Catholic shrines in the country that remembers the Via Crucis of Jesus Christ.
Unilago Centro Comercial
This tech-savvy mall specializes in computers, audiovisual equipment and electronics.
Carrera 15 No 88-10, Bogotá, 110221291, Colombia