Finally, we recommend you go up Monserrate and end your first day by taking in a spectacular panoramic view of the city. Monserrate is one of Bogotá’s largest and most visited surrounding hills. If you are in good physical condition, you can climb the hill on foot, or if you prefer, there is also the option to use the cable car or funicular.
Bogotá’s cultural agenda is one of the most active in Colombia. Therefore, we suggest that your second day involves a tour of the Botanical Garden, the Planetarium, and the Chicó Museum.
All these places, in addition to their permanent attractions, have interactive cultural programming that ranges from exhibitions, talks, and conferences, to concerts, events, and screenings. Programming can be found on their websites.
Start with the Botanical Garden, a space that covers an area of more than 20 hectares, focused on the Cundiboyacense highlands and páramo ecosystems. Among the different attractions are: the rose garden, waterfall, Andean forest, herb garden, an indigenous settlement, and an exotic plant collection.