Titanic, swarming, noisy, located some 2,600 m away, a little closer to the stars, Bogotà is a metropolis of striking contrasts. Cosmopolitan capital of Colombia, its attractions are innumerable, whether architectural, cultural, gastronomic or festive. The tourist guide of Bogotà will take you through the cobbled streets of the Candelaria, the historic district of the capital with its churches and colonial houses, to the Gold Museum, which houses the world's largest collection of pre-Columbian gold objects, to the Botero Museum, then to the most famous Colombian artist, and finally to the National Museum, to get to know the country's history. We will then head for the Carrera Séptima, pedestrian from Plaza Bolivar to the International Centre, for its street artists and its hectic atmosphere, before climbing to the Mirador du Monserrate, for its panoramic view of Bogotá, then towards La Calera to enjoy a splendid sunset heralding night fever that has made its home in Andrés Carne de Res ! Bogotà is lived at full speed, but the memories it leaves to its visitors are enjoyed over the long term.