Casa de Citas
Bogotá Bike Tours
Run by California bike enthusiast Mike Caesar, this is a fascinating way to see Bogotá, especially in the neighborhoods that would be...
Plazoleta del Chorro de Quevedo
No one agrees exactly where Bogotá was originally founded – some say by the Catedral Primada on the Plaza de Bolívar, others say here,...
Teatro Libre Centro
This is a venue for small theater, although most of its productions are now presented in the theater group’s new branch, Teatro Libre...
This little bit of Israel transported to Bogotá serves great shawarma (chopped meat and veggies served with pita and hummus) plus...
Casa de Citas information
Lonely Planet review
Named for an earlier incarnation – when prostitutes advertised themselves from the balcony above – the saloon-styled Citas is now an atmospheric cafe, adorned with Castro photos, that hosts live rumba, jazz or salsa shows Thursday through to Saturday. Weekends are lovely.