The Cultural Center
Centro Cultural Julio Mario Santodomingo is a vast complex houses a mega library, a full-stage theatre (the ‘Teatro Mayor’) that’s famous for its concerts and large-scale events, and a studio for experimental spectacles.

Run around
The Country Club de Bogotá’s former polo field is now open to the public for leisure and sports activities (but pets are prohibited). It’s a complete one-kilometer-round, ideal for training.

Malls, malls, malls
National and international brands and fun for all the family are to be had at Bogotá’s biggest shopping centers, such as Unicentro, Santa Ana, Hacienda Santa Bárbara, Palatino, and Santafé.

Coffee with a kick
The coffee cocktails at Unión Libre in Usaquén are a must-try. They’re the perfect reason to pop by this place, especially when there’s a jazz band playing to spice up the soirée. Fridays might be your lucky day to catch this combo.

Dining in Usaquén
Italian, Mediterranean, Peruvian, Indian, Asian – you can taste anything you can imagine in this bohemian and oh-so-romantic quarter. The gourmet world is your oyster in Usaquén, so ‘buen apetito’.

La Fragata
The city’s only revolving restaurant offers an unmatched 360° view of the metropolis, and its elegant nautical décor and seafood are absolutely sensational. Don’t miss out.