Bogotá was declared a Creative City of Music in March 2012 by UNESCO.

It is the most important cultural, economic and industrial destination in Colombia.

The historic centre and its murals, squares and parks, a wide variety of museums and the view from Monserrate, make it without doubt one of the main tourist destinations in Latin America.


BIME’s activities will take place in one of the most welcoming and culturally vibrant neighbourhoods in the city.

Cobblestone streets, colonial buildings, markets, gastronomy and design. And the best thing: everything within a 5-minute walking radius.


An icon of the city of Bogotá. The Monserrate hill allows you to climb to the top of the city and enjoy the fantastic views. At 3,152 metres above sea level, you can access the top via its steps.

La Candelaria

A wonderful neighbourhood with narrow streets, murals and craft shops. A place to taste the simple but unique dishes of Bogota. Located in front of Plaza Bolivar, it gives you access to other places of interest in Bogota.


If you like history, art and culture, don’t miss the Botero Museum, the Santa Clara Museum, the Gold Museum, Mambo and the art galleries of the San Felipe neighbourhood. See all the museums.

Las Pulgas Market

On Sundays the Usaquen neighbourhood fills with colour with this market. You’ll find antiques, books, handicrafts and much more! A place where you can take home a unique souvenir of Bogotá.

Bolivar Square

Located in the heart of Bogotá, it is considered the main square of the city with approximately 13,900 square metres. A meeting place where you can access different parts of the city. It is not the only square in the city, do you want to know more?

La Sabana Train

Pass through Bogotá’s main shopping streets and rural landscapes on this train from the last century. Along the way you can enjoy traditional Colombian music and taste the famous arepas.