SCIENCE FOR THE KIDS
Kids will love interacting with science, technology and culture at Maloka and the Museo de los Niños, both of which use state-of-the-art technology to teach in a fun and entertaining way.
Not only is the botanical garden home to the capital’s notable walnut tree and emblematic Mutisia flower, it’s also an important research center which looks after the city’s flora and brings together a collection of over 20,000 plant species.
PEACE AND QUIET
Escape in nature at the hidden pedestrian walkway in the Parque de los Novios, or get your blood pumping on the jogging route. Next door, the Parque Simón Bolívar boasts 113 hectares of greenery, a lake, cycling and running paths and playgrounds.
Meet luxe and comfort at Centro Comercial Multiplaza. Take time out to explore some shops and find exactly what you need at reasonable prices as you wander the Gran Estación mall.
The area around the Wyndham Tryp and Marriott hotels are bursting with culinary options, ranging from wings, burgers and Colombian food to seafood, Chinese, Japanese and Italian cuisine.
With its spectacular, shell-like shape and watery moat surrounding the building, the Virgilio Barco library is an epicenter for social, cultural and recreational development.