Designer T-shirt addicts should head straight here for some of Bogotá's most stylish tees (COP$79,000), designed by a bastion of Colombian and international contest winners.
This classy shop has higher-end crafts (lots of home accessories, plus purses, toys, hammocks and some clothing), and 70% of the profits go directly back to the village artisans.
This excellent Usaquén shop houses a limited but extremely well done selection of weekly rotating Fair Trade handicrafts from 50 artisan-driven communities around Colombia.
This mall is built around a colonial casona (a large, old house; 1847), making the place a fine combination of historic and modern architecture, and it's quieter than the Zona Rosa scene.
This city-center classic fills a parking lot with a host of yesteryear items (posters, books, knickknacks) that are fun to sift through.
Dealer Oscar Baquero is one of Bogotá's most reliable emerald dealers, with nearly 40 years experience in industry. English is spoken.
Zona Rosa's fanciest shopping mall, with an entire food court run by Andrés Carne de Res.
A real-deal, messy Colombian market. Go early on Friday or Sunday – flower days!
Most popular Zona Rosa shopping mall.
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 …