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Where to stay in Bogota

VacationRenter offers 1,651 short term rentals in Bogota, and we’re confident you’ll find a home that fits your needs and your budget. If you’re in search of affordable vacation homes in Bogota, you’ll be pleased to find that 20% of local properties cost less than $15 a night. Whether you’re on the hunt for hotel rooms near Military Museum of Colombia, a luxurious holiday home close to Paloquemao, or a place that also gives you close access to Melgar — our goal is to help you find exactly what you are looking for. Our website offers a wide selection of rental accommodations from top travel sites like Airbnb, Vrbo, HomeAway, Booking.com, and many more. It doesn’t matter if you’re on a solo travel expedition, planning a romantic getaway to Bogota, or going on a family vacation for 9, we can match you with a vacation rental that sleeps everyone comfortably. Before you know it, you’ll be packing your bags for your trip to Bogota!

Where Is Bogotá, Colombia?

The capital and largest city in Colombia, the city of Bogotá stands center in the country, on a high plateau known as the Bogotá Savanna, part of the Altiplano Cundiboyacense, located in the Eastern Cordillera of the Andes.

What Is Bogotá Famous For?

The beating heart of Colombia, Bogotá is engaging, vibrant, and unadulteratedly cool. Its coolness is only emphasized by the chill of the surrounding Andean peaks. As the capital of Bogotá, the city is one of contrasts, where the cobbled historic downtown steeped in culture sits alongside the gritty, seedy barrios. A certified melting pot, Bogotá is a place of convergence for people from around the country and beyond, as well as a fusion of modern structures and colonial-era buildings. Offering history to be explored, cuisine to be tasted, and entertainment to be experienced, a whole world of adventures await you in Bogotá.

Attractions to Visit in Bogotá, Colombia

  • Museo del Oro: The most popular and famous museum in the city, Museo del Oro is the luxe gateway to the biggest collection of gold. Home to more than 55,000 pieces of gold, Museo del Oro houses three floors of pre-Hispanic artefacts that regales Colombia’s literally golden tales.
  • Cerro Monserrate: Soak in Bogotá in style as you look out over the city atop the peak of Cerro Monserrate. Towering at 3,152 meters, Cerro Monserrate provides awe-inspiring views. Whether you soak in the city in the morning light or view it in its glittering glory at night, Cerro Monserrate certainly gives a view to remember.
  • Bolivar Square: The main square of the city, Bolivar Square dates back to the pre-Colombian era and still stands strong today. Home to a collection of cafes, restaurants, and salsa bars, Bolivar Square is ideal to either dance the night away or enjoy a cerveza or two.

Popular Destinations Near Bogotá

  • Villa de Leyva: Step back into the remote and rural past of Colombia when you visit Villa de Leyva. Providing a fascinatingly educative look into another side of Colombia, Villa de Leyva is where you can discover the home of the muiscas, and indigenous people who have been thriving in their centuries-old hometown.
  • La Calera: Get away from the bustle of the city and escape into nature. Located 18 kilometers away from Bogota stands La Calera, with all its charming valleys and rolling hills. Whether you enjoy the genuine Colombia gastronomy, purchase the locally-made crafts and fabrics, or simply explore the awe-inspiring landscapes of the Colombia moor, La Calera is a gift in itself.

Best Neighborhoods in Bogotá

  • La Candelaria: The most historic and beautiful neighborhood in Bogotá, La Candelaria transports you to another time. Discover the Spanish colonial era in 21st century La Candelaria within its museums, restaurants, and colorful cobbled streets. A bohemian heart beats in this little corner of town where Spanish colonial buildings continue to survive while its rowdy bars, ritzy cafes, and elegant restaurants continue to thrive.
  • Chapinero: The newest “it” neighborhood beating within the heart of Bogota, Chapinero is eccentric, hipster, and trendy. Home to dozens of local cafes, markets, microbreweries and the largest LGBTQ+ nightclub in Latin America, unconventionally cool Chapinero is a little bit rough around the edges, nevertheless its eclectic bohemian vibe continues to attract locals and tourists in their hordes.

Home-types in Bogota

Bogota has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Bogota:

Points of interests in Bogota

Bogota has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Bogota:

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