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Bogotá Plaza Hotel is located on Calle 100 in front of the Barraquer Clinic at the heart of North Bogotá, Colombia. Attractions near our hotel include Unicentro, Andino, Parque de la 93 and Usaquén. For more information about our hotel or to book accommodations for an upcoming visit to Bogotá, please contact us today.
93 Park or 93rd Street Park is a commercial and recreational park located at the 93rd Street (calle 93) in El Chicó, in the north of Bogota, Colombia. Is one of Bogota's most popular shopping, night club and restaurant areas.
Unicentro Bogotá is a Mall in Bogotá, Colombia; It was inaugurated on April 27, 1976, being the first shopping center in Bogotá. It is one of the main and most recognized in Colombia.
The Andino Mall is a shopping mall located in the El Retiro neighborhood of Bogotá, Colombia. Andino is made up of a business center and shopping mall. The business center covers 19.486 m2 (209.75 sq ft) and the mall 17.316 m2 (186.39 sq ft) and contains 205 stores.
Corferias is a convention center located in the city of Bogotá Colombia, between Quinta Paredes and El Recuerdo neighborhoods.
The Estadio Nemesio Camacho, commonly known as El Campín, is the main stadium of Bogotá, Colombia. It was inaugurated on 10 August 1938 and has a current capacity of 36,343 spectators. It is the home ground of the Categoría Primera A teams Millonarios and Santa Fe.
Monserrate (named after Catalan homonym mountain Montserrat) is a high Mountain over 10,000 feet high that dominates the city center of Bogotá, the capital city of Colombia. It rises to 3,152 meters (10,341 ft) above the sea level, where there is a church (built in the 17th century) with a shrine, devoted to El Señor Caído ("The Fallen Lord").
The Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá (Spanish: Catedral de Sal de Zipaquirá) is an underground Roman Catholic church built within the tunnels of a salt mine 200 metres (660 ft) underground in a halite mountain near the city of Zipaquirá, in Cundinamarca, Colombia.
The Museum of Gold (Spanish: El Museo del Oro) is a museum located in Bogotá, Colombia. It is one of the most visited touristic highlights in the country. The museum receives around 500,000 tourists per year.