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Bogota is the capital city of Columbia and one of the largest cities in South America, therefore attracting many visitors. With its rich history, impressive architecture and vibrant culture, it's not surprising that many intrepid travellers find themselves looking for Bogota hotels to stay in while exploring the area. With such a vast number of hotels in the city, in order to be able to relax and enjoy your trip, it's a good idea to get your Bogota accommodation arranged before you leave. Using will enable you to select your hotel based on price, location or star rating, and you can use the reviews written by previous guests to help you make up your mind. There are even photographs taken by other travellers of the hotel facilities.

What's Bogota Like?

Most people staying in Bogota hotels will likely hang around La Candelaria; the city's central cultural hub. Everything is here, including hotels, restaurants and bars, as well as locals' houses, churches, museums, convents and excellently preserved colonial buildings. The main square here; Plaza de Bolivar, has many impressive buildings around it that architecture fans will adore, including the Palace of Justice, National Capitol and Primary Cathedral of Bogota, built in the early 1800s. One must visit museum is the Museo de Oro, or Gold Museum, which features over 50,000 golden exhibits. The imposing Cerro de Monserrate peak is to the east of the area, and at over 3,000m tall, is visible from most places in the city. The white church atop this huge hill draws pilgrims from far and wide who hope to bear witness to a miracle at the altar statue of Senor Caido. The night time is when Bogota really comes alive and people start the party in the stylish entertainment district of Zona Rosa and Zona G.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Bogota

For a truly great Columbian dining experience, eat where the locals do, this way you know you are tucking into some authentic local cuisine. One of the best ways to get around the city is by bike; whether motorbike or push bike, and for a few hours on Sundays, swathes of the city's major road network are shut to four wheeled traffic in order to let two wheels take over. This truly is the best way to see the city at its best, and you can use the maps on to enable you to find your way. Start your amazing trip to Bogota with today.

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