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Teatro de Cristóbal Colón

Located in the traditional colonial quarter, Teatro de Cristóbal Colón is one of the best historical event venues in the city. The construction dates back to 1890 and its interior is beautifully designed in the republican style. It is the home of the Orquesta Sinfónica de Colombia and is the most luxurious theater in Bogotá. Besides opera, Teatro de Cristóbal Colón also hosts theater and concerts each year. If you are in the mood to catch a glimpse of the local culture, then Teatro de Cristóbal Colón is the place to be.

Gold Museum

With over 33,000 gold objects, the Gold Museum is one of a kind in the world. The artifacts on display reflect the genius and artistry of the Pre-Columbian societies. The museum is divided into different rooms; each one displays a selection of gold pieces, representative of the indigenous cultures of Colombia. The Salon Dorado room exhibits 8,000 gold pieces of astonishing beauty and the display throws light on the legend of El Dorado using a background of sounds and images. The bookshop carries a vast selection on Pre-Columbian cultures, art, architecture and natural reserves, as well as a selection of souvenirs and reproductions of the exhibited pieces. Guided tours in several languages are provided free of cost.

Museo Nacional de Colombia

This peculiar building was initially designed as a prison by the English architect Thomas Reed. It became a museum in 1948 after some internal reconstruction. The exhibits, displayed on three floors, range from pre-Columbian artifacts to contemporary art. The ground floor has a display of archeology and ethnography and numerous artifacts that represent the culture of pre-Columbian societies. The first floor exhibits paintings, furniture and many other objects from the colonial and independence periods. The second floor focuses on the art works of the best-known Colombian painters, such as Botero, Obregón and Grau. Museo Nacional de Colombia (National Museum of Colombia) also organizes temporary exhibitions of well-known international and national artists. For a pleasant respite, take a seat in the cafe opposite the bookshop and enjoy a cup of Colombian coffee while looking through some of the fine art books on display.

Cerro de Monserrate

Cerro de Monserrate is very important to Bogotá. The white church built on the mountain summit, nearly 3,200 meters ( 10498 feet) high, dominates the cityscape. Pilgrims, devoted to the Señor Caído (a statue of Christ inside the church), visit to pay their dues. The mountaintop also offers the best panoramic view of Bogotá. There is a handicrafts market, cafés and a couple of excellent restaurants with both traditional and international menus, which stay open until midnight. You can get to the top by funicular or cable car after paying the entry fee or traverse the walking trail up the mountain free of charge.

Parque de la 93

The increasing number of businesses, including exclusive shops, restaurants, boutiques, and discos, which are being set up around this beautiful park, are gradually turning this residential area into a more commercial one. Parque de la 93 not only offers you a pleasant and relaxing walk and the chance to catch a glimpse of a famous personality but also is a space to enjoy cultural activities and events. With paved pathways, lush green grassy areas, and mountain views, this is a pretty place to watch the world go by.

Simón Bolívar Park

Located near the most important roads in Bogota, this is the largest park within the city area and the most popular among the thousands of locals who visit it daily. Simón Bolívar Park was established in 1979 and has since expanded to incorporate lakes, cycling lanes, pedestrian circuits, three pools, parking, woods, and a huge area that plays host to special events. In addition to being a gorgeous green oasis located a short distance from the city center, this park calls out to visitors for its peaceful atmosphere and lush environs.

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