Prepare to be dazzled by Colombia’s capital city. Located high in the Andes, with a rich history that spans hundreds of years, Bogotá delivers a fascinating combination of modernity and tradition. Cosmos 100 Hotel & Conference Center is located in the north of the city, near the business and financial district, as well as the very best shopping centers. Exciting dining and nightlife spots in the Zona T and the Zona Rosa are just a few minutes away as well.
There is so much to see and do here that you may feel as though you need a month to experience all that Bogotá has to offer, so we’ve included a few highlights below to help you maximize your time in our city. If you need additional information, please ask us!
93 Park. This public park, located near our hotel, is a veritable cultural melting pot where entertainment thrives. It’s also surrounded by several exclusive restaurants and bars.
El Campín Stadium. Arguably the country’s most important soccer stadium, El Campín has a capacity of well over 48,000 spectators.
Salt Cathedral. Located in Zipaquirá, a small town located about an hour and a half from the hotel, this Cathedral is a monumental architectural masterpiece, built by the miners' own hands. It is also a religious center and one of Colombia’s most famous Catholic sanctuaries.
Zona T. You’ll find the city’s most popular bars, restaurants, cafes and casinos in this vibrant neighborhood, which also hosts interesting cultural exhibitions.
Zona C. “La Candelaria” is the historical and cultural heart of the Bogotá; no visit to the city is complete without spending time wandering through the churches and museums in this area. La Candelaria stands out as one of the best-preserved historical centers in all of South America.
Julio Mario Santodomingo Cultural Center and Library. This complex includes a massive library – one of the largest in Latin America – as well as two theaters, Teatro Mayor and Teatro Studio, equipped with the latest acoustic and lighting technology Teatro Mayor seats over 1,000 people, and is host to operas, festivals, and concerts.
Maloka Museum. Children of all ages will love this interactive museum, with its wide variety of exhibits focusing on science and technology.
Festival Iberoamericano de Teatro
April 4 to 20, 2014
The theaters and streets of Bogotá become the stage for excellent theatrical productions and events as part of this cultural festival.
Media Maratón de Bogotá (Bogotá Half Marathon)
July 7, 2014
The best athletes in the world gather in Bogotá for an annual 13.1 mile road race through the city streets.
Festival de Verano
This annual summer festival includes dozens of recreational and cultural activities – something for everyone!