Where we are

Where we are

City center:

We are located in one of the most exclusive areas of Bogotá, in the cabrera sector where we find a wide gastronomic offer and you will be able to find typical Colombian dishes such as ajiaco, pan paisa, heated, etc. shopping centers and warehouses that make the east sector one of the most popular and popular in the city.

From the colonial neighborhood of La Candelaria to the top of Monserrate, from the glittering Gold Museum to the nightlife of Zona G, Bogotá will leave its mark on your memories of Colombia.

Continue your exploration to the center of the city where you will find from La Candelaria, the Plaza de Bolívar, the Palace of Justice, the National Capitol, the Liévano Palace and the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. An essential experience in Bogotá is to climb to the top of Monserrate, the mountain that watches over the city (and the culprit for the occasional hill in some streets of La Candelaria).

The excursion, of moderate difficulty, will take you through the paths of the mountain, discovering Bogotá from above little by little, and in less than an hour you will be at the top. Once there, enjoy the view, visit the Señor Caido church, and breathe in the freshest air in the Colombian capital. To go down, you can do the path again on foot, or go down in the cable car for a minimal cost.

Then go to the Gold Museum. The great kahuna of Bogota's museums, and one of the most interesting cultural centers in Colombia. With more than 55,000 pieces of gold and other materials (some precious, others fascinating), the museum spans three floors, each more interesting.

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Zipaquirá: The Salt Cathedral

The possibility of feeling like a miner and going through dark tunnels that are illuminated with a special lamp in the helmet is something that visitors to the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá in Colombia love. In this place, which can be reached by tourist train from Bogotá (the trip takes two hours from the Usaquén station), you can visit the Stations of the Cross under the effect of colored lights and, in addition, a film is shown in 3D about the extraction of salt.

The explotation of this mine has a history that runs through pre - Columbian times, through colonial and republican times to continue making history today. It was the ancient Musica Indians who first benefited from this enormous salt deposit and became one of the most prosperous pre - Hispanic societies of their time.


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