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Gastronomy in Bogotá
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Gastronomy in Bogotá

Bogotá is a city that is distinguished by its good food, not only nationally, also internationally. Colombia as a country that is located in the equator line, gives you a wide variety of products and food you have been not able to imagine. Those mixes and flavours create unique and unmatched sensations that you will only find in Colombia.

In Bogotá, you will find specific areas where you can enjoy a large number of restaurants offering different types of national and international food.

The main dining area of ​​the city is the G ZONE, where you will find some of the most important restaurants in the city as Criterión, Juan Valdez Origen, Nazca, Trattoria, Restaurant Heaven, and others. Another important area is the Candelaria, where you will find places that will offer typical food and also good restaurants an cultural experiences. In addition, areas such as the park 93 and Usaquén Park are available for your visit. Those offer different types of cuisines while you can enjoy the special environment built in these places. Some recommendations also are Café Gallery Café and Azahar coffee shop where you find a salsa place or drink one of the best colombian coffee.

This is a small sample of everything that can know and enjoy in this beautiful city.

Bogotá Pass invites tourists to be part of a country like Colombia, is betting on an experiential tourism where people can interact with locals and besides also can know about gastronomy. If you want to keep track of these experiences and learn about the variety and take part of our tours in Bogota.

Tours recommend for foodies: Food by Foot, Colombian exotics fruits, colombian gastronomic experience. 

And if you want something more comprehensive, there are tours that will take you to various places of the city enjoying each station a different dish.

Remember you can find these and many more options at www.bogotapass.com

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