Bogota (Bogotá) is Columbia’s capital and the country’s biggest city. It’s also a city that is big on tourism and you will not have a problem finding things to do in Bogota during your time in the vibrant city.
Part of its history is found in the Gold museum, which holds the biggest display of pre-Hispanic goods, as well as other displays of pottery, stone, shells, wood and textile items from its historic past.
If you appreciate art, come to the Museo Botero, which opened in 2000, in a renovated colonial mansion. A famous painter, Fernando Botero, donated 120 sculptures, drawings, and paintings that he painted himself, as well as 80 other art items including ones by Matisse, Picasso, and Renoir.
Don’t forget to try one of the most popular things to do in Bogota – Golfing! Holiday travelers that love golf will be in heaven in Bogota. The city has good weather conditions for playing golf all year round and is said to be the country’s nucleus of golfing activities with at least 50 golf courses available.
Do you love nightlife activities? Then go to the Zona Rosa area of Bogota where there is live music, places to eat, clubs and pubs to enjoy. The action starts after dark and lasts all night long. Good advice for traveling to any new place- be sure to travel in groups for better safety. The nightlife also brings Caribbean music and a great atmosphere to get rid of stress and have some fun.
Bogota has a subtropical highland climate, which features an average temperature of 14.5 °C (58 °F), which can vary on non-rainy days 6 to 19 °C (43 to 66 °F) and on rainy season days, can go from 10 to 18 °C (50 to 64 °F). The driest months are December, January, August and July, with March being the hottest month. Spring is also a great time to come if you like theater, in order to go to the world’s biggest international theater festival.
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