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In El Candelario
In El Candelario One thing about Bogota that I recommend all travelers to experience is the nightlife. From the small, hidden away nightclubs of Chapinero to the big, booming electro-havens of La T, the rumba in Bogota is just not to be missed. But where exactly to go? Unlike many Colombian cities, Bogota’s nightlife isn’t restricted to it’s Zona Rosa or malls, instead you’re encouraged to seek out the pick of the bunch yourself. That’s where we come in. Where...
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  • Jean Louis says #
    Well, if there were only 2 places to get drunk I would mention : For "gringos" : The Irish Pub in Zona T. Just grab a table on th
  • Tigre says #
    Great fun! There is also the expat haven La Villa in Zona Rosa, Romeo and Theatron for LGBT fun in Chapinero and Cafe Libro pumps
A beer on St Patricks Day
A beer on St Patricks Day Being a Brit, I'm quite partial to copious amounts of beer being poured down my gullet at the weekend. I appreciate the rums, the whiskeys and even the aguardientes on offer on Colombia, but my first love will always be a cool, refreshing lager. That said, in many South American destinations there are precious few places to sink into a cold one, and that can get frustrating. Not so in Bogota. I attribute the popularity...
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The Crying Rocks
The Crying Rocks We can talk all day about how all of Colombia is off-the-beaten track, or wax lyrical about Ciudad Perdida, Tayrona National Park and San Gil, but the truth is that some people only want really, really off-the-beaten track places. We`re talking the kind that don’t exist in your dog-eared guidebook. The kind that, no matter how much you sift through travel forums, you still won’t find information about. Until now. There are plenty of off-the-beaten track destinations in...
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Cano Cristales : the World's Most Beautiful River
¡Aye, Macarena! There aren’t many places that offer a jaw-dropping succession of waterfalls as well as a sense that a nation’s history is being played out around you. Welcome to Caño Cristales! Cano Cristales : the World's Most Beautiful River When I arrived in Colombia, La Macarena meant an annoyingly catchy Euro-pop song. Tonight, it is the small town where I am staying in the Serrania de la Macarena: a mountainous finger rising 2,500m out of the plains east of the Andean...
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Guacheneque Park, the birth of the River Bogota
Escape from Bogota, some fresh air in Guacheneque Bogotá is really, really relentless. There are always things to do, places to go, people to see, drinks to be drunk. Sometimes you just need to get away from it all... But not for too long. Bogotá has this habit of making you want to escape after a while, and then quickly drawing you back. That’s why I think 1 day treks are a great idea. See some nature, enjoy the fresh air,...
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  • Location Vacances Sicile says #
    You have posted beautiful photos, i love it, Bogotá is really nice place. Thank you for this wonderful post.

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