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Livinn Bogotá is the first building of CA Ventures, a multinational student housing expert in the United States. With 123 apartments and over 400 beds, this new concept of housing in Bogota has become the best meeting point for students all around the world. We invite you to know us #LivinnBogota #LivinnNow #LivinnExperience

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Torre Colpatria

With 50 floors, the Colpatria Tower, is one of the tallest buildings in the city. The terrace has a viewpoint to see much of the city and the Savannah of Bogotá.

Plaza de Bolívar

Plaza de Bolívar is the most important square in the city of Bogotá and Colombia. There are some of the main buildings in the city; The Palace of Justice, the National Capitol, the primate Cathedral and the Lievano Palace, among others.

Quinta de Bolívar

La Quinta de Bolívar is a colonial house in the center of Bogotá that served as the residence of Simón Bolívar after the war of Independence. Nowadays, it is a museum dedicated to Bolivar and its time.

Cerro de Monserrate

Monserrate is the best known hill in Bogotá. With 3,152 m of height and more than 16 million of antiquity, it is the perfect place to see the whole capital.

La Candelaria

La Candelaria covers the entire historical center of Bogotá and is home to the most important museums in Colombia. This area is the perfect mix between the new and the old, the historical and the modern.



The planetarium is a space dedicated to astronomy, space and scientific culture. The place has a dome, a space museum, an auditorium, a astroteca and a terrace overlooking the independence Park.

Botero Museum

The Botero Museum Collection retains one of the largest collections of art in Latin America, including 123 works by the Colombian artist, Fernando Botero.

Flea market

Every Sunday and public holidays The flea market is the space of cultural encounter, tradition, junk and antiques in the center of Bogota. You will surely find furniture, clothes, shoes, antiques, acetates, collections, books and handicrafts among other elements.

Gold Museum

The Gold Museum contains the largest pre-Hispanic Goldsmith collection in the world, with approximately 34, 000 pieces of gold and 25,000 objects in ceramics, stone, shell, bone and textiles.

Teatro Colón

It is one of the oldest theatres in the city and has the most beautiful scenery in America. The Teatro Colón is a cultural symbol and a piece of great richness and architectural and patrimonial importance for Colombia.