From art exhibitions, archaeological and historical museums, to experimental laboratories, Bogotá gives you many chances to explore art and culture.
It’s one thing to learn about Bogotá history from a book, and it’s another to learn about it from the myths and stories passed down from generation to generation.
Bogotá’s annual International Book Fair is an important event that gathers book lovers, booksellers, and other personalities of the literary world.
When coming to Bogotá it’s important to know words and expressions (other than the basics) that provide an interesting understanding of our local culture.
In this article you’ll get to know what’s the meaning and difference between the words Rolos and Cachacos as well as some of the most common words used.
If you love the history of Bogotá and why this city has that name, this article is for you. Keep reading
and find out everything about the origins of Bogotá.
Founded in Catholicism, every Christmas Eve, Colombian kids patiently wait for El Niño Dios (God Child or Baby Jesus) to deliver the presents under the tree.
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!
Besides what we have all read about history in Bogotá, you should know the facts that no one writes about the conqueror Simón Bolívar.
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.