El cerro de Monserrate es el más conocido de los cerros orientales de Bogotá.
Viewpoint is great to see the whole City at night is wonderful... Places to eat and Drink canelazo while enjoy there
From here you get a lovely view of the city. I suggest taking the cablecar to reach the top.
“This museum has a major collection of goldsmith pieces made by our natives. Located at the city's center at Calendaria neighborhood. You can get by public transport. Routes: J70 or J74. Remember, the last sunday of the month is free. ”
“Main square with a lot of history. You can book free walking tour in english or spanish at the Tourism office located at the Casa de los comuneros.”
“It's one of the most important places in Bogota, there you can learn about Colombia's history from colonization to present. The architecture is also stunning and imponent.”
“Fernando Botero is a well known artist famous for its "fat" figures. This is a must see. On the second floor there is a variety of art from other famous artists. Small museum would take maybe 1-2hrs. Nice cafe in the museum or nice places for a coffee or food nearby in Candelaria district.”