Festival Colombia al Parque is a celebration of our musical traditions and heritage. Find out everything you need to know about this musical festival here.
One of the most touristy places in Bogotá is “El Cerro de Monserrate” (Monserrate Hill) visited by locals and tourists. This article will tell you why!
Andrés Carne de Res is one of the best places to experience in Bogotá! It’s a blast in every way and you shouldn’t miss it!
In this article, you’ll get to know the 5 best places to drink Colombian coffee in Bogotá, as well what’s on their menu and some cool drinks you should try.
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!
Salsa al Parque Festival is one of the biggest free music festivals you can find in Bogotá. Read everything you need to know about this festival here!
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.
If you are looking where to find furniture in Bogotá for your home, do it like the locals! Make the best of your money without losing your personal style!
One of the biggest and most important music festivals in Bogotá is Festival Estéreo Picnic (FEP) and it’s truly an amazing experience totally worth having!
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.
Jazz al Parque Festival is one of the coolest and nicest free music festivals in Bogotá. Read everything you need to know about this festival here.
The market of San Victorino is a microcosm of Bogotá’s culture. If you want to have the ultimate local experience, head to this area for an adventure!
Cumbia is one of the most representative musical and dance genres we have in Colombia!
An amazing thing about Bogotá is its proximity to cool places that you can easily visit! Suesca is a great choice if you want to escape the city for a bit!
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!
Some of the different types of Colombian rice are normal, others are a little strange, but all are a tasty cultural adventure for your palate.
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!
All you need to know about fast food in Bogotá: the dishes and the places you don’t want to miss during your visit if you are a fast food lover.
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.