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We walked through here on a weekend when it was extremely busy. It had a nice atmosphere but not a place to sit and relax. More somewhere to hang with locals and tourists.
I would recommend visiting only during the day. A girl we met...More
This small plaza, apparently recently renovated, is cute and pleasant with a small old chapel and a few other small old buildings around it as well as some newer ones. It is primarily significant as the place where the Spanish Conquistador Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada...More
This is a nice square with food stalls, cafe's and street vendors. There was a guy telling stories right in front of this little church in front of the square - although I could not understand what he was saying - I thought it was...More
The Chorro de Quevedo is a unique little plaza at the top of barrio Candelaria. When it opened a few years ago, it was a beautiful attraction with that little calle del embudo (funel street) to the side. Now it seems full of local and...More
This historical place in Bogota was recently remodelled, preserving its old style and escence with some minimal estructural changes, but it still is the nicest place to go and chill for a while, drink a good cup of coffee in Café Rosita or in Café...More
Even though right now there are some renovation works (may 2017), they are almost finished and it's a great place to see some local life, and there are some cool restaurants like Rosita or el Gato Gris to enjoy a beer or some food with...More