A lively neighborhood section of the city that features small shops and ancient churches. The neighborhood includes a number of attractions including The Plaza de Bolivar, The Bogota Cathedral. The Gold Museum, The Fundacion Botero, The Religious Art Museum, The Coin House, The Library Luis Angel Arango.
The Banco de la República Gold Museum houses one of the most important collections of pre-Hispanic metallurgy in the world. As its history, which dates back to 1939, has unfolded, so this institution has become a symbol of Colombia's cultural memory. Its golden exhibition, fully renewed in November, 2008, is a place you cannot miss in your next trip to Bogota.
Colombia's oldest museum holds a vast collection of archeological artifacts, as well as modern art. The building itself is interesting—it's a former prison and many of the galleries are inside former prison cells.
A massive and well-maintained botanical garden with a variety of different areas, including an exhibit of 5,000 indigenous orchids.
Andres D.C., The urban branch of the Pagan Paradise of Chia, in the heart of Bogota's "zona rosa", This restaurant, bar, dancing house, chating house, attracts all the glances of its visitors thanks to its stile and decoration.
You don't have to be a fan of Botero's amazing sculpture or paintings to love the work here. Surrounded by other small museums, the... more »
The Casa de la Moneda is a beautiful colonial courtyard house built in the middle of the 18th century used at one time as a mint. Today, it houses... more »
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