Bogota hosts the Iberoamerican Theatre Festival, the largest of its kind in the world, biennially in April. More regularly—every Sunday and holidays—Ciclovias are held, peppering over 120km of Bogota’s main ... More streets with hundreds of cyclists. For the seekers of a more visceral experience, the Plaza SantaMaria holds bullfights during January-February.
Food and dance, the two obsessions of Colombians, join hands at Andre Carne de Res. Bogota is peppered with many good bars and discos, most of which are located in Zona Rosa.
Dry and rainy seasons alternate throughout the year, keeping the average temperature at 14ºC. However, pronounced climatic changes may occur due to the influence of the El Nino and La Nina phenomena.
Of late, a ‘people first’ urban planning strategy has resulted in quality mass transit and more parks, most of which have facilities for concerts, plays and movies.
... More /> Bogota is testimony to the heterogeneity within Colombia: futuristic architecture, a vibrant cultural and intellectual life, splendid colonial churches and brilliant museums juxtaposed with shanty towns, drug dealers and traffic jams.
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