Bogotá Nightlife

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  • 1. Downtown

    hey, i wander around in sante fe & it can be a little bit intimidating but it's packed with police & if you use a little bit of common sense you will be okj. as for la candelaria well i a more nervous...

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  • 2. Irish Pub, Zona Rosa: Underwhelming

    I accept its a bit corny going into an Irish bar on the other side of the world as first stop on a night out in a city. I have found it to be useful though to...

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  • 3. Zona Rosa: General thoughts on Zona Rosa

    Pretty much anywhere you look for info re Bogota nightlife, Zona Rosa comes up as being among the most popular if not the most popular area to go.I went to a...

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  • 4. Las Galerias: Lots of people, lots of places

    I went out in Zona Rosa a couple of times. On both occasions I met some people from Colombia in a bar and when Zona Rosa closed around 3 am, they whisked me off...

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  • 5. night out

    The Zona Rosa, near the shopping mall Centro Andino and the Parque 93 are good areas to have a night out. Many restaurants, bars, dicotheques. Safe areas.In...

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  • 6. Heibredo: one very cool place for a hot drink

    You could easily spend your evenings having a few beers at one of the local restaurants and probably have a more down to earth authentic experience but the...

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  • 7. GOOD PLACES: NIGHTLIFE SPOTS

    Bogota is a huge sprawling metropolis of close to 7,000,000 people. As you can imagine, Bogota is not lacking in places to party. There are literally hundreds...

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  • 8. North of Bogotá: Zona T / 93's Park at North

    Malls, casinos, money exchange, car rentals, bars, pubs, transmilenio, taxi, bus station, and economical prated furnished apartments on the surroundings.ZONE...

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  • 9. Café Negro: Literary Café and Great Music

    Bogotá has some of Colombia's best nightlife. Zona Rosa boats the city's most expensive restaurants and nightclubs but it lacks the bohemian charm of La...

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  • 10. candelaria and parque de la 93: places to stroll

    La Candelaria is a good place to stroll about until 10 PM - there are plenty of people in the streets and you'll feel safe. take in the beautiful lit-up...

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  • 11. Zona Rosa: Eating out, bars, clubs...

    We can highly recommend Zona Rosa, which is Bogota's main nightlife area. There's plenty of bars, resaturants and clubs and also some shopping. It's very nice...

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  • 12. Rock n Jazz Casino: Feeling lucky?

    I'm not into gambling, but my buddy Jonathan was feeling lucky one night and he enjoys playing Blackjack so we stopped here for a very brief and unsuccessful...

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  • 13. Teatro Colon: Opera, Theater

    The Teatro Colon is located next door to the Hotel de la Opera in La Candelaria and has performances of opera, theater and symphony year-round. Most Fridays you...

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  • 14. Bogota Beer Company: Cool area

    This was one of our first nightlife stops in Bogota and, of course, when I saw the name, I just had to try some local beers. The place is in one of the corners...

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  • 15. Siam

    Siam is the place you will end up if you are going on a hardcore drinking binge and don't want to pay the exhorbitant prices of Zona Rosa. Prices are about...

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  • 16. El Toque

    El Toque is a smaller place, but also a very popular place. It can be, and I personally found it to be, very offputting at first due to it being extremely...

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  • 17. El Gaston

    El (or Le, I can't remember) Gaston is a great place to start the night. The owner (ex-french foreign legion ex-pat) had just recently started serving food,...

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  • 18. Theatres

    Bogota is not only the political capital of the country, but also the cultural capital as well and in La Candelaria it shows. There are several great...

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  • 19. Zona Rosa

    Zona Rosa is nightclub area in town. Any cabbie in town will know where it is, and unless you know the town well enough, they will take you there the long...

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  • 20. La T: Cocktails!

    "La T" is a "t"-crossed street where you will find a bunch of nightclubs, bars and restaurants. For the fans, that's also where the Hard Rock cafe is located!...

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  • 21. Azul Cafe: V.I.P

    Probably the hippest cafe I've ever seen! Just being there makes you feel like a VIP! And if you are real VIP, you get to sit inside, which is even more...

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  • 22. Zona Rosa - Calle 82: Zona Rosa

    The area around Calle 82 is full of many good quality discos, stores, restaurants, bars, etc. This is the place to go to go out. Men typically dress nice...

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  • 23. Andrés Carne de Res

    For probably the best "rumba" you have to leave Bogotá for Chía and go to "Andrés Carne de Res"This place is just incredible and impossible to describe. It's a...

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  • 24. La Calera

    To avoid "hora zanahoria" there are many discos on the road to "La Calera" just outside Bogotá.(Up to this summer for security reasons every bar and club in...

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  • 25. Zona Rosa: Expensive drinks in a cool district-it's worth it!

    Just go to the Zona Rosa and pick any nightclub, bar, restaurant, pub, club or just the sidewalk. The area is packed with really nice (but expensive) fun-having...

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