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Calle 27 carrera 5, Bogota, Colombia
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Reviewed 30 May 2018

There is much variety in the architecture of the buildings, old narrow streets - just what you would expect of an older Latin American city. little shops and cafes, stands with local favourites - definitely a part of Bogota you don't want to miss.

Thank darlene330
Reviewed 9 April 2018

I stopped and had a glass of wine here.... The wine selection was mediocre and the ambiance and service weren't that good. Was expensive for a glass of below average wine. The location is great however...

Thank Miriam S
Reviewed 24 March 2018

Went a couple of times during stay. Old buildings close to interesting sites.Mostly small restaurants. This is an often forgotten gem in Bogota

Thank Janbeau
Reviewed 2 March 2018

It is a great option to eat since it offers a large variety of restaurants within just a few blocks. You can find colombian, french, peruvian, mexican, arabic, argentinian, italian, japanese and more types of food. A big plus is that you can park in...More

1  Thank Blanca María B
Reviewed 16 February 2018

For newer tourists to Bogota, the Macarena neighborhood is an excellent choice. It is close to downtown, but filled with interesting restaurants.

Thank 265Scott_E_13
Reviewed 12 January 2018

Best restaurants in town, book store/coffee house, near historic center, hotels. Excellent views of the city, Hostels, museums, shopping.

Thank margaretd578
Reviewed 3 January 2018

A lovely little hilly neighborhood hidden behind the main roads in central Bogota. The restaurants and shops are all small. No tall buildings, or traffic to deal with. Close to the Modern Art Museum, parks and easily accessible by the metro buses.

Thank Corby S
Reviewed 27 October 2017

SANTA FE Restaurante...charming, Beautifully served, excellent meal. Wait til after 8 or 9 to go,,,restaurants are empty til then,,,they fill up later...Creative, yummy desserts too. Great neighborhood with several restaurants ,,,casual bohemian decor. Bundle up, gets cool.

Thank Carolina A
Reviewed 14 September 2017

A centrally located neighborhood, inhabited by local artists, musicians, film directors, La Macarena is also home to some of the better established art galleries in town; many good restaurants and cafes as well as craft shops. Many say it is one of the few neighborhoods...More

1  Thank mariaguardiola48
Reviewed 3 August 2017

This street is really nice, with a bunch of restaurants. We had dinner in a Thai, but we also saw some Peruvian restaurants, an Argentinian, a Spanish and a Brazilian restaurant, pizza and Italian restaurants as well. It shouldn't be missed.

Thank tubina88
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