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Was du in Bogotá unternehmen kannst

Entdecke die Stadt aus der Perspektive von Einheimischen. Entdecke die schönsten Dinge, die man unternehmen kann, sowie die besten Restaurants, und erhalte unbezahlbare Ratschläge von den Menschen, die hier leben.

Museum
“So good that it should not be missed! There's time for cultural activities too. The Gold Museum is a great opportunity for you to make a different view of the way indigenous tribes were using the gold, not only as a symbol of wealth but also as a piece of jewelry for their armors, especially the chiefs of their communities. You will find this and much more inside this beautiful place called: Museo del Oro.”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“For food lovers, up there try "agua de panela con queso" (hot sugar cane tea with artisan cheese, a great snack any time of day or night.”
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Park
“Nice small park surrounded by upscale bars and restuarants. The nightlife is more laid back, for something a little more wild Zona T is better.”
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Park
“This is about 2 blocks from the Botanical Garden, and is another large park for exploring, taking pictures, and enjoying the outdoors. Also important, it's free!”
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Women's Store
“Nearest Mall, perhaps the most important and most frequented in all of Bogota.”
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History Museum
“A Must :-) It is the oldest in the country and one of the oldest in the continent, built in 1823. Its fortress architecture is built in stone and brick. The plant includes arches, domes and columns forming a sort of Greek cross over which 104 prison cells are distributed, with solid wall façade. The museum houses a collection of over 20,000 pieces including works of art and objects representing different national history periods. Permanent exhibitions present archeology and ethnography samples from Colombian artefacts dating 10,000 years BC, up to twentieth century indigenous and afro- Colombian art and culture.”
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Nachbarschaft
“This is the oldest, most historic part of Bogota. Lots of pretty, colorful buildings and winding streets to explore. It’s a neighborhood, so just go there with the idea of walking around, taking pictures, and exploring. If you find yourselves getting hungry while walking around, I STRONGLY recommend a super tiny little restaurant called La Puerta Falsa on Calle 11. This place has been around forever, and for good reason. In my experience, they have the best Colombian tamales and hot chocolate I’ve ever had (and I have a lot of data points). ”
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Einkaufszentrum
“The capital's main square surrounded by the Cathedral, Congress, City Hall and close to the presidential palace. Check this off your list while walking through Candelaria district. Before coming down to the plaza you can find many little spots to have a bite or a coffee”
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Kunstmuseum
“This sculptor is probably the most famous in Colombia, and there’s a ton of his stuff here. If you’re into art, this is the place for you!”
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Park
“We can take you to the Botanical Garden. $20 USD ($50,000 COP). Prices DO NOT include admission tickets.”
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Establishment
“Great green and peaceful area with playgrounds for kids, pet friendly areas, running and biking path and simply fresh air to walk around. ”
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Theater
“The Teatro de Cristóbal Colón (The Christopher Columbus Theatre), also known as the "Teatro Colón", is located in Bogotá, Colombia and it is the nation's National Theatre. It was built in the Neoclassical style by the Italian architect Pietro Cantini in 1885 and inaugurated on 27 October 1892 [1] on the occasion of the fourth centenary of the discovery of America with a performance of Verdi's Ernani. [2] The auditorium was constructed in the tradition horseshoe-shape and modelled on the layout of the Palais Garnier in Paris, but only about half the size.[1] The Colón Theatre was declared a National Monument on 11 August 1975, and underwent renovations for three years.”
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Nachbarschaft
“Great neighborhood for restaurants. And Calm strolls. On Sundays, it offers nice flea market with yummy food and creative art. ”
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Park
“Excelente sitio para hacer deporte, salir en pareja o pasar un rato de tranquilidad. // Excellent place to play sports, go out as a couple or spend some quiet time.”
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Establishment
“Botero is a figurative artist and sculptor from Medellín, Colombia. He’s known for his unique style, also called by some as Boterismo. He’s considered one of the most recognized living artists in Latin American, therefor he is the most acclaimed Colombian artist. In 2000 he donated and art collection to the Banco de la República (Bank of the Republic), which became the Botero Museum. This collection is composed by 208 art pieces, 123 are of his own work and the remaining 85 are international artists from his private collection, including 14 Impressionist paintings (including oils by Monet, Renoir, Degas, and Pissarro), four Picassos, and works by Dali, Miro, Chagall, Ernst, de Kooning, Klimt, Rauschenberg, Giacometti, and Calder.”
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Einkaufszentrum
“A historic shopping mall that has a bit of everything... restaurants, shops, movie theater, etc.”
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