El Bandido Bistrot. Foto: Google

The city of Bogota, by local people

Traveling is good, but traveling with tips from local people is much better. See the tips below from my local friend from Bogotá, Pedro Gómez.

The first point is to decide the hotels, so he indicated us the best ones to see, which are the Click clack, Four Seasons, JW Marriott, Opera Hotel.

Click Clack is a hotel located only 10 minutes from the T-zone of the city. There you can enjoy a comfortable stay with meals right overlooking the beautiful city in the restaurant Ciengramos on the terrace of the hotel.

Click Clack. Clique na imagem para fazer a sua reserva pelo Booking.com

Click Clack. Click on the image to make your reservation through Booking.com

The Four Seasons, always very indicated here in the blog, is 500 meters from the shopping malls Andino and El Retiro. The hotel offers minimalist rooms, a Spa, a gym and two wonderful restaurants.

Four Seasons Bogotá. Clique na imagem para fazer a sua reserva pelo booking.com

Four Seasons Bogotá. Click on the image to make your reservation through booking.com

In the JW, guests have at their disposal luxury rooms, four restaurants, a bar, gym, and Spa.

JW Marriot. CLique na imagem parqa fazer sua reserva pelo Booking.com

JW Marriot. Click on the image to make your reservation through Booking.com

Finally, the Hotel de la Opera offers two restaurants, rooms with views of the city center or the hotel’s internal area, Spa, gym and indoor swimming pool.

Hotel de la Opera. Clique na imagem para fazer sua reserva pelo booking

Hotel of the Opera. Click on the image to make your reservation through booking.com

Now that you know where to stay, we have to choose the best places to eat, so our local guide told us about his favorite restaurants. And these are the Brasserie, which serves French cuisine. Osaka, which mixes Japanese and Peruvian cuisine in their dishes. Andres Carne de Res, a restaurant and pub serving Latino dishes. The Second, which serves contemporary dishes accompanied by the best wines. El Bandido Bistrot, a French bistro with vegan and vegetarian options. and Cantina y punto, a restaurant frequented by locals serving Mexican food.

La Brasserie. Foto: google

La Brasserie. Photo: Google


Restaurante Osaka Cocina. Foto: Google

Restaurant Osaka Cocina. Photo: Google


Andres carnes de Res. Foto: Google

Andres Carnes de Res. Photo: Google


Segundo Bogotá. Foto: Google

Segundo Bogotá. Photo: Google


El Bandido Bistrot. Foto: Google

El Bandido Bistrot. Photo: Google


Cantina Y Punto. Foto: Google

Cantina Y Punto. Photo: Google

As on a trip can’t miss that moment of tanning, especially night tanning, Pedro gave us the indications of bars and ballads: Andres Carne de Res, which was already quoted above as a pub and restaurant very well frequented and serves great dishes. The Ghetto, bar and nightclub. Armando Records, one of the most famous ballads in the city. O El Coq, bar. And El Fabuloso, one of the best nightclubs in Bogota.

To visit during the day, our local guide recommended three tourist attractions: The Gold Museum, the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquira and Monserrate.

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