Do you need a shot of pure air and nature? Then the José Celestino Mutis Botanical Garden is the place you need to visit in Bogotá!
Bogotá’s annual International Book Fair is an important event that gathers book lovers, booksellers, and other personalities of the literary world.
Close to Bogotá, you can find a place where there are páramo landscapes, water, deer, pure air, and peace. It’s called Chingaza National Park.
I’ve enjoyed Ajiaco my whole life. However, since I arrived to Bogotá, I’ve rediscovered this very typical Colombian soup and made it part of my daily life.
Novenas are Christmas gatherings that are very popular in Colombia. There, people eat, pray, sing and share with their beloved ones.
The traditional Colombian Christmas food in Bogotá is so delicious that you won’t be able to get enough. Buñuelo, natilla, and torta negra are some of them!
If you spend Christmas time in Bogotá, you will have to listen to (and sing) Colombian Christmas songs called villancicos.
Monserrate is a place you have to visit if you come to Bogotá, but it’s truly a must-go in December when it lights up for the best time of the year.
If you haven’t been to the Guatavita lagoon or to Guatavita, the town, I’ll give you six reasons to do it. One of the most amazing places around Bogotá!
Have you heard about El Dorado myth? A fantastic city in America where everything was made of gold. Do you want to know more? Keep reading!
If you haven’t been to Zipaquirá, what are you waiting for? I’ll give you 6 reasons to visit this nice town and enjoy it to the fullest!
Do you know all the secrets about this city? Here I share cool facts about the history of Bogotá you probably didn’t know or will find interesting!
Many Colombian historical events have taken place in Bogotá. One of them is El Bogotazo, which happened after Jorge E. Gaitán was murdered in 1948.
Near Bogotá you will find it all: amazing landscapes, unique attractions & natural beauty, enjoy these enchanting spots in Cundinamarca