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Opened in 2006, this shopping center houses several hundred shops, eight movie theaters, almost 50 places to eat (including 34 fast food restaurants), a casino, a paintball zone, a children's area and a parking lot.
This shopping centre is situated near Avenida Chile, which is an important business centre. Its architecture is very contemporary, with tall glass towers and a facade clad in Italian marble. There are beautiful gardens and a small square with benches overlooking a fountain. It has 160 shops, restaurants, cinemas, bookshops, children amenities, and is wall-to-wall carpeted.
This shopping center is situated near the Centro Internacional. It is a pleasant and an impressive architectural complex that combines financial and residential areas. It is surrounded by green ornamental gardens, a number of shops - selling everything from music to jewellery, foreign exchange outlets, banks, and a wide selection of restaurants and cafes.
This traditional shopping center is situated in a residential area in the northwest of Bogota. The construction is spacious with easy access to shops, restaurants, cinemas, banks, music shops, bookshops. It has a skating ring, and a large area dedicated to children's games and amenities.
This shopping centre is relatively new in the city but is already regarded with pride by Bogotanos. Its architectural style is fantastic. There are numerous shops, art galleries, antique shops, cine-cafes, restaurants and a beautiful view of the Zona Rosa from its terrace.
This shopping center is one of the best-established in Bogota. Situated in an exclusive sector in the northern part of the city, it offers a good selection of shops, restaurants and cafes. You can also stroll around and see the interesting mixture of a traditional residential area with new business developments. Parking is available.
This is one of the famous shopping centers in Bogotá. The highlight is a huge glass dome that lights the place with natural light throughout the day. There are 260 different shops, cinemas, bookshops, music shops, restaurants and an entire floor dedicated to amusement games for children. It has free parking and a convenient access route from the Av. Suba or the footbridge on Calle 127.
Unicentro is one of the oldest shopping centers in Bogotá. It is a two-story building and easy to walk through. It is filled with banks, restaurants, fast food stalls, attractions for children, bowling facilities and a cinema with two screens. The shopping center has both chain stores as well as individual shops. Shoppers are granted 2 hours of free parking. There are often activities for children and other special shows.