Rafael OsorioMonserrate is the best place to have a look of all Bogota. it is a beautifull mountain and the best of all is that you can have a great dinner in one of the theee restaurants on top of the mountain. you will be surrounded of so much green and fresh air. I went with my Mom, sister and a visitor from Italy this year (2019) and it was the perfect place for some good pics :)
乐天的静Very beautiful park, perfect afternoon stroll. 93 Park is located in the city center and is surrounded by various restaurants, cafes and bars. This is a great place to spend the weekend, some restaurants have become clubs. You can also choose various cafes, including Juan Valdes, Oma, and even two Starbucks, for people to watch. But when you can enjoy a local coffee shop, why go to Starbucks?
NoecheungThe National Museum of Colombia (Museo Nacional de Colombia) can be regarded as one of the "unique bones" among many national museums. The predecessor of the museum turned out to be a prison, shaped like a cross, and it still retains its original appearance. The museum has a collection of nearly 20,000 archaeological relics and works of art, introducing the historical changes of Colombia from the pre-Columbian period to the middle of the last century. The most famous one is the "multiple wall". Various murals incorporate modern technology, just like the moving paintings in Hogwarts Castle. Wander through so many works of art, and feel the happiness of being an "art prisoner".
pxy0705The Cathedral of San Francisco is the largest Catholic church in Bogota, Colombia. This church has a history of more than 500 years and is a product of the Colombian colonial period. The whole church has an obvious Spanish architectural style, solemn and solemn, and the interior decoration is very luxurious. It is a must-see attraction.
One of the most visited tourist sites in Bogota - El Museo de Oro - or, the Museum of Gold. Here, we witnessed the largest collection of gold artefacts (said to be around 34,000 pieces) that showcase everything from pottery and textile objects to jewellery and more - all highlighting the country’s indigenous culture / past. An interesting and informative place to visit for anyone in the city!
📍El Museo de Oro, Bogota, Colombia
#holidayvacation family time is the best time. Waiting to be able to travel back "home".
#tripaway Latin America has so much to offer! Colombia is not the exception! a beautiful country with beautiful people! Bogota, it’s capital city is just beautiful! It has a cold but comfortable weather all year long because of its location! go to the Simon Bolivar square to admire the most beautiful colonial architecture! #bogota #colombia
We are here in front of Catedral Primada de Colombia! Why amazing church is everywhere in the foreign countries? Can't wait to take the photos!
Hiking the fields near Bogota, Colombia with a four legged friend enjoying the flowers and blue skies. What a great way to get out of the city and reconnect with nature. A short trip from the city, yet so so far away. #happynewyear
Take the cable car to the Montserrat mountain - Monserrat view, is one of the special recommendations in Bogota, Colombia.
is the commanding height of the whole Bogota. You can choose to walk on foot, about 40 minutes in one way, or take the cable car, and it will take five minutes.
There is still a pilgrimage center for local believers. The road to the mountain is also known as the Cross Road, along with stories depicting the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.
The white monastery on the top of the mountain can be seen in almost any corner of Bogota. And because of its unique location, it is the best view point overlooking Bogota.
At the top of the mountain, you can not only visit the top-level churches that have seen miracles in the legend, but also the entire Bogota.
Standing on the hill overlooking the city, I feel my own smallness. There is a statue of Christ in the church. There are many miracles in the legend.
Walking through the old city of Bogota, the colorful faades line the cobblestone streets of Bogota's colonial center. It is a pleasant walk.
Bolivar Square is the most important square in the city and the starting point for perfect travel.
To say that in Bogota, it is leisurely and free, because everything is the original appearance of life, full of color and not artificial.
From colonial architecture to trendy bars, every neighborhood in Bogota is full of energy and has a very special energy.
Visit the famous San Alberto cafe in Bogota and participate in the tasting of their molecular coffee making process. The good coffee can also be extended to a better taste in many ways~
All their coffee beans are carefully cultivated by the farmers, artificially picked to achieve the best results, harvest the best boutique beans.
365 days a year, they have 40 weeks to manage the coffee tree. From weeding and fertilizing, we must always check whether the coffee tree has patients, and also pay attention to climate change, the renewal of coffee trees, and the treatment of old trees.
This is to ensure that the harvested coffee meets the quality standards.
tried a variety of coffee products in various preparation methods, all have a good taste.
In the old town of Bogota, Colombia, there is a fat-colored Fernando Botero Museum.
Through the porch, you can see a woman with no occlusion, rich and beautiful, with a strong visual impact.
Even the Mona Lisa has become naughty here.
Wearing a beautiful lady, holding a beautiful umbrella is leisurely paced by the lake.
Fernando Botero always thought that he was not obese, but the beauty of the volume, which magnified the beauty of three-dimensional. He never sticks to a subject matter, whether it is fruit, scenery or characters, in his hands, it presents a unique beauty.