Plaza Central de Usaquén
It's best coming on Sunday for the flea market (from 10am to 5pm).
World Trade Center
The World Trade Center is the heart of Calle 100’s ‘financial district,’ with business offices and a couple of hotels.
Bogotá-based sustainable tourism NGO that digs deeper into six off-the-beaten-track destinations: the Amazon, the Chocó, La Guajira...
This excellent salsa bar is inspired by the artistic life of Cuban mambo musician Israel 'Cachao' López. Crowds pile onto bar stools...
Casa Santa Clara
Casa Santa Clara in Cerro de Monserrate is open for a COP$12,000 tamale and hot chocolate breakfast on Sundays.
Carrera 38 btwn Calles 8 & 9 · interesting places nearby
San Andresito information
One of Bogotá’s biggest shopping areas is San Andresito , which spreads over several city blocks. It’s packed with a couple of thousand stalls that have almost everything that can be bought in Colombia. It is one of the cheapest places to buy video, hi-fi and TV equipment, computers, film and photographic gear, watches, cassettes and CDs, and clothing and footwear. Urban buses and busetas go there from the center – you can catch them on Calle 19.