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Bogotá Bike tours

Discover the colorful history and culture of La Candelaria, with its theatres and nightlife, taste tropical fruits, cruise through Bogotá’s many parks, witness its surprising urban renewal and get to know some of the people and colorful neighborhoods of Colombia’s capital. Or learn how the nation’s drug-fueled civil war has impacted Bogotá and the Colombian people.

Tejo, sport, fun, friends, food and drinks

Who would have thought that behind a brick walls and filled with graffiti, which act as a facade of any shingle court in the city, an activity so important and until now scarcely recognized as is the safeguard of the which is perhaps the oldest sport, autochthonous and emblematic of Colombia, the turmequé or yew as it is usually known.

Art and religious articles in the Historic Center of Bogotá

To live a true experience with some of the most important religious elements of the city of Bogotá, you can not miss the renovated and spectacular Colonial Museum, located in the Street of the Classrooms for the race 6 between 9 and 10, street that Derives its name from the old Cloister of the Classrooms built at the beginning of the 17th century.

A stage for all | L'Aldea Nicho Cultural

If you like to let yourself be surprised this can be an interesting place to visit, La Aldea Nicho Cultural is a multifunctional space that promotes activities related to art and culture, have a varied program that includes concerts, theater, poetry, workshops And much more, all within a framework of cooperative exchange that allows artists to show their proposals and give wings to their dreams.

Skate in Bogotá

In Bogotá, more and more spaces are available for skateboarding, a healthy and fun activity that earns more and more fans, because those who practice it can express their creativity and skills with total freedom.

Commercial passages, architecture and handicrafts in Bogotá

The colonial passages that exist today in Bogota, are the reflection of the changes that transformed the country in the late nineteenth century.

Audiovisuals and music in the Library
If you are a lover of cinema and music, you can spend an interesting day at the Luis Ángel Arango Library in downtown Bogotá, exploring, watching and listening to various audiovisual and musical works from the world and Colombia in one of the spaces designed for it. Opening hours Monday through Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. and Sundays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Street chess
If you like sports science and want to test your skills and strategies with the queen, king, bishops, horses, towers and pawns, you can not stop playing a game in the open air in race 7 with street 19. Lose, win or draw will have a great experience where the most important is to have a pleasant time, meeting fans and expert players who will share an exciting game with you. Do not miss the opportunity to teach or learn some new play.
Roast in the Parque de los Novios
If you want to share an excellent day with family and friends and demonstrate your culinary skills, Parque El Lago or Parque de los Novios is the best place in town to prepare a delicious roast. Located on Avenida 63rd street with race 45.
Creek La Vieja
One of the major attractions of the city of Bogota is the hills and mountains that cross it in a southerly direction and that form part of the eastern cordillera of Colombia, one of the branches of the great Andes mountain range that crosses all Latin America. To be able to enjoy these landscapes and to live a unique experience in the nature walking or exercising, it is possible from 5:00 a.m. in the path of the Quebrada La Vieja, above the Circunvalar Avenue with Calle 72.

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