GASTRONOMY AND LUXURY
The possibilities for luxury in Calle 109 continue to grow. Get acquainted with Masa’s co-working space while enjoying a delicious breakfast, sample Wok’s Asian fare, or feast on delicious pastries at Castellana 104.
Explore pine forests, wander past eucalyptus trees and breathe in the local vegetation as you climb the La Aguadora mountain, the summit of which offers breathtaking views of Bogotá’s savannah and the San Rafael reservoir.
Boho Food Market is a haven for foodies in Usaquén including a gourmet food market selling a variety of fresh and imported produce. It also has a number of places to stop for a bite to eat or a glass of wine in a modern and remarkable setting.
SHOP ‘TILL YOU DROP
The north is rife with shopping malls bursting with hundreds of brands and stores, both Colombian and international. So for everything you could possibly need, make a beeline for Unicentro, Hacienda Santa Bárbara, Santafé or Parque La Colina.
Foreigners are being drawn to this neighborhood’s parks, pubs, cafés and restaurants. Chow down amongst trees to the backdrop of great music at Foodtrucks 9/59 or take in the incredible view from Crepes & Waffles on the 10th floor of the HHC tower.
A Sunday lunch in the outskirts of Bogotá is a quintessential plan, whether it’s at the famed Andrés Carne de Res in Chía or La Calera’s La Contadina. For some family fun, take the kids to Magic Paint and explore your creative side.