Start in La Candelaria, with a snack at La Puerta Falsa, a look at Plaza de Bolívar and a visit to the sculptures of chubby bodies at the Museo Botero. Lunch at Prudencia or Capital Cocina, then take in Colombia's golden past at Museo del Oro. Feast on cutting-edge Colombian food in Chapinero Alto or Quinta Camacho (or fine dine in Zona G), before drinking to your liver's content in Zona Rosa or Parque 93.
Follow the two-day itinerary, then take a day trip to the salt cathedral at Zipaquirá, easily reached by public transportation. On your last day, start with brunch in Usaquén before heading to the city for a tour on two wheels with Bogotá Bike Tours. Afterward, grab a hot cup of canelazo (made with aguardiente, sugarcane, cinnamon and lime) in a cafe in La Candelaria, and have a farewell meal at an innovative Colombian restaurant – the bohemian foodie neighborhoods of Chapinero Alto and La Macarena are good bets.