Bogota, Colombia is one of Latin Americas up and coming cities, for both tourists and businesses. Bogota has a number of amazing things to see and do, including;
Take the cable car or walk up to the top of the Monserrate, a church at the top of the mountain with a incredible view of the city.
Eat dinner at Zona Rosa a collection of restaurants and bars.
Fly a kite in Simón Bolívar Park.
Celebrate Colombia’s Independence Day by watching the military parade through the city (July 20th).
Spend a night partying in Andrés de Carne (either in Chia or Bogota).
Take a tour of the amazing street art around the city with Bogota Graffiti
Visit the Salt Catherdral in Zipaquira
Walk up to the sacred Lake Guatavita and discover the legend of El Dorado
Go Sailing on the Lake Guatavita dam
Hike up to the top of the Cerro de la Virgen
Visit the Nemocón Salt Cathedral
Hike up to the Paramo near Guasca and discover where the water touches the earth.
Take a walk around the Gold Museum, discovering the ancient myths of El Dorado
Visit the Museum of the famous artist Botero
Walk around the streets of La Candelaria
Participate in Ciclo de Vida on a Sunday morning and cycle around the city while the roads are closed.
Visit the Sunday market in Usaquén
Have a drink in the rooftop bar Apache
Visit the Plaza de Bolivar
Dance Salsa at Exchange Salsa Party
Eat Empanadas from the street sellers
Try a famous street oblea
Visit the Alimentarte food festival in the park.
Visit Estereo picnic festival in Simón Bolívar Park (March).
Take a walk around the arts and crafts fair Expoartesanias (December)
Eat an ice cream in Park 93
Eat at Crepes and Waffles
Have a traditional lunch at Andrés Plaza
Eat at one of the many unique restaurants in Usaquén
Party at Armando Records and their open sky roof