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Culinary Tour of Bogotá

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With its flourishing culinary and nightlife scenes, plus new flights from the United States on JetBlue, Delta, and Continental, Colombia’s capital is set to become the next Buenos Aires.

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Destinations: Bogota

Hotels (2)

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    Sofitel Bogotá Victoria Regia

    This 102-room property is well situated near the city’s art galleries.

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    Hotel de la Ópera

    The 43-room property occupies a pair of elegantly restored Republican-era town houses.

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Restaurants (3)

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    Club Colombia

    The restaurant dishes up regional classics such as corn empanadas and ajiaco, a hearty chicken-and-potato stew.

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    Andrés Carnes de Res

    On the edge of town, this restaurant puts on all-afternoon feasts of grilled steak.

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    Italian Gigi Trattoria

    The restaurant serves house-made pastas.

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Activities (2)

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    Fernando Botero Museum

    You’ll find more than a hundred sculptures and paintings by the artist.

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    Museo del Oro

    The museum houses a 6,500-piece collection of pre-Columbian gold coins and other works of art.

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