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This is impressive botanical garden in Bogota. Anyone who has a green thumb would love this. You see all the amazing rosas and flowers that come from this beautiful country.
Tip- Wear comfortable shoes there is a lot of walking.
If you have every been to a nice botanical garden, this one will disappoint you greatly. Really nothing special to see in terms of flowers or plants, badly maintained and very unprofessional staff. When we visited in April, they were under construction, which made it...More
Escape from the traffic and enjoy the tranquility of Bogota's pretty Botanical Garden. It's a really lovely place to walk around, they offer tours in Spanish (and I think you can request a tour in English in advance), and you will learn about all the...More
A little bit off the most visited attractions in the huge city of Bogotá, the Botanical Garden offers a chance to escape the noise and frantic activity of the big city and enjoy the greenery of its premises. Mainly native species can be seen.
It has some nice plants, a beautiful rose garden and a few other places worth looking at. But it's located right in the middle of a large busy city and there is quite a bit of construction going on everywhere, so it's a bit noisy.
Passed a very pleasant morning here saw a fantastic range of plants which you would expect and birdlife, in particular humming birds which i did not expect! only downside was the cafe which was a law unto itself ie no coffee, whats that all about?
Great Botanic garden, excellent display of nature in the middle,of a populated city if you are into gardening like myself you will enjoy this beautifully lay out gardens that inspire excellent ideas to apply back home .
There's one next to it, belonging to Coldeportes institution, but I have heard is hard to get a place on weekends and hollidays, or when there are special events. At August 2018 there isn't any Transmilenio station nearby... More
There's one next to it, belonging to Coldeportes institution, but I have heard is hard to get a place on weekends and hollidays, or when there are special events. At August 2018 there isn't any Transmilenio station nearby but there are several SITP lines that take you there.
Hello! The entrance fee is $2.700 COP, (around $1 USD); children under 3 and adults above 60 have free entrance. The Garden is open from mondays to fridays 8am-5pm, and weekends 9am-5pm (closed first monday of every month... More
Hello! The entrance fee is $2.700 COP, (around $1 USD); children under 3 and adults above 60 have free entrance. The Garden is open from mondays to fridays 8am-5pm, and weekends 9am-5pm (closed first monday of every month, or first tuesday if monday is holiday). Regards!
Response from Anthony P | Reviewed this property |
I do not think the Botanic garden allows "pets" - then again, they might charge you a fee if they allow you to bring it in. I am assuming it is not a "service" animal (assisting a person with limited sight)