Cycling is the perfect way to get around the city of Bogotá for many ludic and practical reasons. Getting on your bike is an activity loved by all!
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.
Behind the traditional sports and games we enjoy, there is a festive and happy spirit that characterizes our culture. An example of this is rana!
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.
Throwing heavy-metal pucks, gunpowder, music, beer, explosives, and tons of fun! That’s what the Colombian national sport, tejo, is all about!
You’re coming to Bogotá, but have absolutely no idea what to pack, right? I can guarantee that by bringing these essentials you’ll have no major surprises
Find here the most incredible free tours in Bogotá where you can get to know more about our culture, and country and see how locals enjoy this amazing city.
Celebrating New Year’s Eve in Colombia with Año Viejo is one of the most traditional ways of saying goodbye to the past year and hello to a new beginning!
Replacing sugar for salt, changing the clocks, and putting notes on someones back are some of the most common jokes we use to celebrate the
December is already special and in Bogotá, you can feel it everywhere. Follow this holiday checklist and enjoy more than a tradition, a wonderful experience
Want to make something happen in the upcoming year? In New Year’s Eve in Bogotá, don’t forget to try some traditional agüeros to have fun and luck!
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.
Be prepared to deliver the most wonderful concerts and make some noise with the coolest Colombian Christmas instruments you’ll find during the holidays!
Ever been on a bus without windows, loud music, and people dancing while it’s on the move? Ride a Chiva in Bogotá during Christmas and New Year’s!
In this article, you’ll have a look at some of the best places to go and see the most beautiful, best Christmas lights in Bogotá, as well as some events.
If you want to celebrate like a true Colombian and you’ll be spending Christmas in Bogotá, follow these steps and get ready for an epic holiday season!
Novenas are Christmas gatherings that are very popular in Colombia. There, people eat, pray, sing and share with their beloved ones.
Bogotá is a Christmas lights show in December that you have to see at least once in your life, is full of decorations and activities you don´t want to miss!
Of all the amazing things that the city offers, the Cicolvía Nocturna (or night bikeway) is definitely one of the best Christmas activities in Bogotá.
If you spend Christmas time in Bogotá, you will have to listen to (and sing) Colombian Christmas songs called villancicos.
Aguinaldos is the best way to have fun during Christmas and New Year in Bogotá. And it can be played anytime, anywhere.
Christmas lights in Bogotá and its surroundings are the perfect excuse to take a night excursion and feel like you’re in a fairytale.
Día de las Velitas is a Colombian Christmas tradition celebrated on December 7th, which represents the beginning of Christmas. It’s a holiday that you cannot miss in Bogotá.
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.