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Top Things To Do in Bogotá, Colombia

Explore the City

Cité Hotel’s privileged location offers effortless access to a diverse assortment of things to do in Bogotá, Colombia. With attractions ranging from world-class museums and theaters to high fashion shopping, fabulous restaurants and historic sights, Bogotá is one of the most vibrant cities in Colombia. With so much to see and experience, the central location of Cité Hotel offers the perfect gateway. While the landmarks and neighborhoods below are among the most popular, they’re just the beginning when it comes to things to do. Our friendly staff is happy to help with recommendations and arrangements when you’re ready to explore Bogotá, Colombia.

Parque Urbano El Virrey

Parque Urbano El Virrey

Located next to the hotel, this urban park is one of the most beautiful in Bogotá.

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Parque de la 93

Parque de la 93

Vibrant Parque de la 93 is one of the most popular shopping and dining destinations in Bogotá.

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 Zona rosa

Zona Rosa

While nightclubs and bars are the main attraction in this lifestyle and entertainment district, you'll also find plenty of upscale restaurants, shopping malls and designer boutiques.

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Andrés D.C.

Andrés D.C.

This famous restaurant features a surreal ambiance and fabulous Argentine BBQ style cuisine.

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Centro Comercial Andino

Centro Comercial Andino

This upscale shopping mall in the Zona Rosa is home to many exclusive international brands.

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Centro Comercial Atlantis

Centro Comercial Atlantis

This shopping mall is home to a diverse array of fashion designers.

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Usaquen

Usaquen

This beautiful neighborhood showcases an interesting mix of colonial, modern, and contemporary architecture among its century old trees and cobblestoned avenues.

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La Candelaria

La Candelaria

The historic heart of Bogotá, this neighborhood dates back to the 1500’s.

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Monserrate

Monserrate

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 Virgin of Monserrat.

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Museo Nacional De Colombia

Museo Nacional De Colombia

Located in a massive, Greek-cross-shaped, fortress-like building that served as a prison in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, this museum is home to over 20,000 archeologic, historical, ethnologic and cultural relics. They tell the story of Colombian history from 20,000 years BC up through the 20th century.

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Museo del Oro

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.

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