Bogotá is the capital city of Colombia, and the city is best known for its lavish lifestyle and high-altitude. La Candelaria the cobblestoned center of Bogota features colonial-era landmarks like the 17th-century Iglesia de San Francisco, and the neoclassical performance hall Teatro Colón. The city has many world class museums, showcasing the art of Fernando Botero, the Museo Del Oro, pre-Columbian gold pieces, etc.
But, when you are in Bogota, do add these things in your to do list for sure.
- Visit Museo Del Oro
The Gold Museum in Bogota is one of most important tourist spots and you should also include it in your to do list for sure, whether you have an interest in gold or not. The museum has an incredible collection of gold pieces of pre-Hispanic time as well as other artifacts from different time periods. However, among all the collection, the gold collection is most impressive one here and thus; this museum has got its name.
- Walk, skate, run, skateboard in the Weekly Ciclovia
Ciclovia, this is a weekly closure in Bogota for some of the important streets. It offers safe space for walkers, bikers, runners and for the people who like to enjoy some outdoors activities on Sunday morning between 7am to 2pm. This is an excellent way to have fun in the city, while being with the locals of the place.
- City Centre Churches
The churches of Bogota never remain in the “to do list” of visitors coming here, but Bogota has some of the most beautiful churches in the world. Each church present in the city has been created in a unique style and are extremely attractive in appearance.
- El Cerro De Monserrate
The mountaintop El Cerro De Monserrate is the most visited places in Bogota and it is iconic. The mountain offers the astonishing panoramic view of the city. You can reach to the top of the mountain either by taking a walk, which will turn into an adventure trip or get the cable car. On the top of the mountain a beautiful church is also there.