Colombia Bogota


Capital city of Colombia, nestled high in the Andes at 2,640 meters, renowned for its historical district La Candelaria and vibrant culture.

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Nestled high in the Andes Mountains, Bogota is Colombia's bustling capital and largest city known for its vibrant cultural scene, rich history, and stunning colonial architecture. Visitors can explore the city's many museums, art galleries, and restaurants, or simply stroll through the charming cobblestone streets of the historic La Candelaria neighborhood. Whether you're looking to immerse yourself in Colombian culture or take in the stunning mountain views, Bogota is a must-visit destination.

seeker 11 months ago

Bogota, Colombia is a hidden gem for Spring Break destinations without the crowds. With beautiful weather, stunning natural scenery, and an eclectic mix of cultural experiences, visitors can explore the city's vibrant street art scene, dance the night away at local salsa clubs, or escape to the mountains for a day trip. Each day offers a new adventure, with fewer crowds than other popular destinations.

seeker 11 months ago

walked by a woman walking a burro down the street. combines old and new worlds in one city.

candicedoddbrown 3 years ago

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  • The Coffee Lover’s Guide to Colombia

    It’s no secret that Colombia produces some of the world’s best-tasting coffee. In fact, it’s famous for the unmistakable mild, but rich, aroma that rises from every brew. In Colombia, coffee is much more than a hot beverage that gets you going in the morning before you head out the door. It’s a culture and […]

  • 29 of the Best Things To Do in Colombia

    Swaying in a colorful hammock to nature’s tune of a gentle Caribbean breeze is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Colombian treasures. Amazonian greenery, misty mountains, and arid deserts give this country (nearly) all of South America’s land diversity right within its borders. Before my fist visit, fellow travelers emphatically shared […]

  • Is Colombia Safe for Travel in 2022?

    “You’re going where?” – my mum. When a parent hears the news that their child is going to Colombia, they are typically…less than thrilled. And to be fair, if you had ingested the last four to six decades of Colombian news, you’d probably be a little hesitant to send a loved one there, too. From […]