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Jesús Goyeneche

About Me
My name is Jesús Goyeneche, and I am a publisher. I love living in Bogota because I've seen other cities, but this is the one I call home. The one I was born in, the one I grew up in, and the one that has seen me rise as more/less
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You have to go to
Definitely see Bogotá from Monserrate.
Here's one fun activity you can do
The Iberoamerican Theater Festival in spring.
Don't forget to check out one of my favorite places
I'd choose La Candelaria. The place, full of hostels, is beautiful for its buildings, its streets, its variety, and its history. A very good start for those who want to learn about the city.
Enjoy a meal at my favorite restaurant
Though not always with the locals, having the traditional Bogotan breakfast in one of the old places close to the Cathedral is recommendable.
Here's a doable bucket list for you to do in one day
1.Monserrate
2. La Candelaria
3. National Museum
4. Gold Museum
5. Bolivar Square
7. Flea Market on 7th Street
8. Planetarium and Bullring
9. National Library of Colombia
My extra insider tip for you is
Unfortunately, Bogotá's still learning to receive foreigners, so try to find a good map and someone who can inform you properly on the prices of everything.
My favorite places to be

La Casa Amarilla

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