Introduction

An endless world of possibilities awaits you in this chic commercial and residential sector of the city. Start off with a visit to the Santa Ana shopping center, in front of which sits a charming little train station for journeys across Bogotá’s savannah. Further north is the modern Teleport Business Park, strikingly juxtaposing with Usaquén, a beautiful colonial town that has now become part of the sprawling city.

Its cobblestone streets are home to a plethora of bars, restaurants and pubs, as well as skilled artisans displaying their handicrafts and works of art. Next door is the Hacienda Santa Barbara mall, set in a stunning national patrimony building. As well as other upmarket shopping centers – including Unicentro and Santafé– the north of the city boasts Calle 109, a street which brings together some of the best in design, furniture and home décor stores. We also highly recommend a visit to neighboring town Chía, where you’ll find the renowned restaurant Andrés Carne de Res.