La Macarena really is an unique neighbourhood in Bogotá. It is more uphill which means that it is an escape of the turbulence of the Bogotá city centre. It is bohemian, with beautiful housed. It is a place that will take you back in history.
Cute area with lots of art galleries and good food options around. Accessible to the city centre and near a couple of lovely parks and other attractions.
This neighborhood in the center of the city of Bogota, is one of the most beautiful and full of history of the city, its streets show on its walls the history of the beginnings of the city and the colonial era , always take the ride day , but at night also has its charm but is a bit more... 更多
A beautiful place with artesian style buildings, cafes and international and local restaurants. For local cuisine, I recommend a visit to La Abuela. It is an easy walk back to the central city via La Plaza de Torros. They other restaurants in this area also have an impeccable reputation.
A few blocks full of small but quite excellent restaurants you must visit. Italian,French,Argentinian,Medierranean,colombian and international cuisine restaurants ,all around a few blocks While in Bogota,you should not miss this exquisite place where you can enjoy and spend a good culinary exoerience
Many restaurants and cafes not all are great but many most certainly are excellent. I thoroughly recommend many visits to sample everything that is there.
If you are a foodie, you need to go there. All types of cuisines are found there. Plus, you get some lovely pictures (and some exercise) on the hill.
You definitely will not go hungry in the La Macarena area! There are plenty of restaurants and even a grocery store to get food in this neighborhood. This was the first place that I visited once I arrived in Bogota after checking into my hotel. Unfortunately, since I have several food allergies, there is not much for me to safely... 更多
This neighborhood is adorable, lots of cafes, restaurants, and bars. We wished we had gone when we were hungry, but it was nice to walk around and stop for a drink. Very small neighborhood, it would be best to check this out when going to the Museo Nacional or Centro International, which are both right down the hill.