Quinta de Bolívar
About 250m downhill to the west from Monserrate station, this lovely historic-home museum is set in a garden at the foot of the Cerro de...
Iglesia de las Aguas
This colonial church, once part of a convent, dates to 1644.
Cerro de Monserrate
Bogotá’s proud symbol – and convenient point of reference – is the white-church-topped 3152m Monserrate peak flanking the city’s east,...
El Goce Pagano
Pushing 40, this divey salsa and reggae bar near Universidad de Los Andes is a smoky place with DJs and sweat-soaked bodies from all...
Restaurante la Pola
This rambling classic on the road to Monserrate has a mix of old-style rooms and a small courtyard. It offers some great lunch grills,...
Monserrate Station information
Take the regular teleférico (cable car) or funicular up Cerro de Monserrate from Monserrate station. Generally the funicular goes before noon (3pm on Saturday), the cable car after.