Cumbia is one of the most representative musical and dance genres we have in Colombia!
In Colombia, we have the honor and pleasure to enjoy numerous traditional musical genres and dances that are part of our identity; Currulao is one of them!
Colombian music and dance genres, like Joropo, are an indispensable part of our culture. If you love Colombia, then it’s guaranteed you’ll love our music!
Rock al Parque is the biggest and most important free music festival in Bogotá and Latin America. Read everything you need to know about this festival here.
Traditional Colombian instruments are an excellent example of the diverse, folk music culture we have here in the country!
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!
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.
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
If you want to try our gastronomy, try the “Bandeja Paisa” in Bogotá, one of the most typical Colombian dishes
that for sure will satisfy your appetite.
A cheese lover has to know where the best cheeses in Bogotá are. Follow this guide through the Colombian
cheeses that you can try in this great city.
Among all of the traditional Colombian food, the baked snacks you can try here will probably be some of the best you’ll try in your life (mark my words!)
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.
If you get hungry, head to one of the many bakeries in Bogotá, where you’ll find some, if not all, of these foods that are good at any time of the day.
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.