Offers many playful city and area tours including Haunted Bogotá, salsa lessons and club-hopping; more standard fare such as a worthy...
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’s most famous museum is this recently renovated Gold Museum , which contains more than 55,000 pieces of gold and other materials...
Atop the old Hotel Hilton in Chapinero (with sweeping city views), the glitzy Louis XVI–meets-art-deco club brings in fairly casual...
Choosing your dish at this hip chain with a social/environmental bent is as agonizing as deciding which of your children to throw to the...
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.