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Bogota, today and tomorrow

Farc, drug cartels, political violence, organized crime, widespread corruption … That’s what we had to remember from Colombia since many years ago. But things have changed in the third economy of Latin America. 1,715 more words


Bogota 2: Enter the Montanans

Sometime during this past summer, our glacier dogsledding camp was drinking beers together in a tent. That was pretty standard affair, living on a large chunk of ice for months at a time leads even the strictest teetotaler to Banquet Beers. 1,088 more words

You had me at 'La Candelaria'!

With its rich abundance of beautiful architecture and emphasis on the arts, La Candeleria is one of the most dazzling neighbourhoods in Bogotá!

Located in downtown Bogotá, La Candelaria has been described as the city’s… 322 more words


What can you do in 3 days in Bogotá?

Bogotá is a capital, a huge city with lots of things to do so it can be difficult to find suitable activities to make a short trip worthwhile, especially if you’ve never been before. 464 more words


Bogotá: A Traveler’s Love Affair

From the moment when I stepped off my plane in Bogota, the capital and largest city in Colombia was one of the most riveting cities I have ever visited. 226 more words



After a good nights sleep in our deluxe room we met our guide Juan who took us on a walking tour around La Candelaría, the oldest and most historical part of Bogotá. 648 more words


Walking through the streets of Bogota today, i decided to take in everything around me including the spectacular architectures – the Catholic churches. Believe me when i say pictures don’t do justice. 38 more words