Rising tourism rates, a booming economy, and an expanding middle class translate to one-of-a-kind real estate opportunities in Bogotá.
From sipping single-origin cups to partying at South America’s largest gay club, here’s what to do when you visit Colombia’s capital.
Each day, almost 2 million people pass through turnstiles on a platform, their means to getting to work, to lunch, to a shopping destination of Read more
As Colombia’s largest city, Bogotá has many tourist sites but three of the top tourist sites in Bogotá that many tourists to the city visit Read more
A couple of British journalists passing through Bogotá on a trip around the world noticed something immediately about the Colombian capital:
The trendy place to Read more
A common scenario:
You get to the Zona T (Tourst Zone) — the area between calles 79 and 85, and carreras 11 and 15 — Read more
If you enjoy indulging in retail therapy, Bogotá has exactly what you want. You may not have heard of Bogotá being a well-renowned shopping destination, Read more
The number of foreign visitors to Colombia has been increasing every year with Bogotá receiving more foreign visitors than any other city in the country.
Business is booming in Bogotá. With Bogotá recently earning the accolade as one of the top 10 Latin American cities of the future from fDi Read more
Bogota’s largest barrio, Chapinero, is one of the city’s more affluent neighborhoods and is home to a large number of restaurants, bars, and other leisure Read more
Every Sunday and every holiday, everyone —or, at least, almost everyone — takes ownership of long sections of several major streets and highways in Colombia’s Read more
For foodies and party animals alike, Bogotá is a go-to destination. Thanks to the city’s cosmopolitan mix, Bogotá’s gastronomy scene has snowballed and there are Read more
Known as La Zona G (short for “gourmet”) or the Gourmet Zone, this eastern neighborhood of Bogota borders Centro Financiero and is a trending area Read more