Capilla del Sagrario
This neoclassical cathedral stands on the site where the first Mass may have been celebrated after Bogotá was founded in 1538 (some...
Museo de Trajes Regionales
Across Calle 10, and filling the gorgeous one-time home of Simón Bolívar’s mistress Manuelita Sáenz, the simple Museo de Trajes...
Plaza de Bolívar
The usual place to start discovering Bogotá is Plaza de Bolívar, the heart of the original town. In the middle of the square is a bronze...
One of two big Starbucks-like chains here (Oma is the other), Juan Valdéz does as a reliable a job with a tinto (black coffee),...
La Puerta Falsa
This is Bogotá's most famous snack shop. Displays of multicolored candies beckon you into this tiny spot that's been in business since...
Plaza de Bolívar · interesting places nearby
Capilla del Sagrario information
This small baroque cathedral has more to see than its bigger brother next door, the Catedral Primada, including six large paintings by Gregorio Vásquez.