Palacio de San Carlos
With its adorable Italian-style facade, which has had various names since its birth in 1792, this latest version you see opened as...
This two-floor museum is run by military guys in fatigues, and may be interesting to some for its playful models sporting the history of...
Museo de Arte Colonial
Occupies a one-time Jesuit college and does a nice job of tracing the evolution of how religious and portrait art pieces are made,...
La Candelaria's most famous – and the city's loveliest – stage is undergoing a long renovation that could last another few years. When...
La Condesa Irina Lazaar
This small, unsigned 10-table eatery run by a Mexican-American from California catering to bohos, judges, Congressmen and others in the...
Lonely Planet review
This massive edifice has seen a few lives, notably as the presidential HQ of Simón Bolívar, who narrowly escaped an assassination attempt here in 1828 when his friend-with-privileges Manuelita Sáenz tipped him off and became known in Bogotá circles as 'the liberator of the liberator.' A (dramatically worded) sign in Latin under his window (to the right) retells it.