Introduction

 

This sprawling and vibrant part of the city, which meets the imposing mountains on the east and borders Avenida Caracas on the other side, boasts an impressive and ever-growing array of quality restaurants, bars, cafés, pubs, hotels, theaters, gyms and design, fashion and home décor stores. Here, the hubbub that you might expect in the financial heart of any large capital meets the dynamic gastronomic offerings of the Zona G and the quaint, traditional elegance of the Quinta Camacho neighborhood, deemed the city’s most desirable area in the 1930s.
With its European- style red brick houses and charming, wellkept gardens, it’s bound to fascinate and captivate any visitor. The vast neighborhood of Chapinero Alto combines residential sophistication with a dynamic commercial sector, making this one of the most sought after areas to live in. Here you will find yet even more reasons to fall in love with Bogotá.