Usaquén Market

Calle 119 Con Carrera 6a, Bogotá, Cundinamarca, Colombia

Every Sunday and on holidays, the streets and open spaces of Bogotá’s Usaquén neighborhood overflow with stall after stall selling handicrafts, jewelry, leather goods, and snacks—and with thousands of Bogotanos out for a stroll. The growing city engulfed the formerly separate town long ago, yet Usaquén retains a small-town feel, including a charming central park and parish church. The neighborhood’s trendy restaurants and cafés satisfy almost any craving.

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