The Calle 72 is the “Wall Street of Bogotá” but universities, book merchants and a vibrant gastro zone have flourished in this former suburb.
The student housing at Universidades fulfill a utilitarian purpose, but are all the new boxy buildings taking a toll on Bogotá's traditional neighborhood architecture?
A nationwide strike is underway in Colombia by trade union groups and student organizations. Mobility in all major cities will be impacted, especially in Bogotá where the largest protests have gathered.
The mayoralty is encouraging residents to get vaccinated free of charge against chicken pox after a recent outbreak of the virus.
With Colombia chosen as Guest Nation for its bicentenary, the page-turning programme of FILBO 2019 includes a historical library and plenty of gastronomic fare.
Schubert, Schumann and Brahms are the protagonists of the IV International Music Festival of Bogota that starts, April 17.
Bogotá's bike-friendly reputation has been tarnished after a series of violent muggings. The mayoralty has enacted new measures to keep two-wheelers safe.
A walk through Bogotá's centro reveals an uncompromising resistance to gentrification and cultural melee of eclecticism.
For the second time in a month, Bogotá has issued a Yellow Alert deteriorating air quality and enacted the Environmental license plate restriction until Monday, March 11.
The high flying gondolas of TransMiCable are a great way to reconnect with the city far and beyond the historical landmarks.
Bogotá may have overcome the environmental emergency decreed by the mayoralty, but long term solutions are needed to improve air quality.
The mayoralty is keeping up the pressure to reduce the air quality index in Bogotá by closing factories and enforcing the license plate restriction this week.
After the district issued a yellow alert for smog levels in Bogotá, Pico y Placa has been extended to include weekends.
Bogotá has issued a "yellow alert" for deteriorating air quality as the dry summer intensifies and Trade Winds decrease.
More than two million bicycles are expected on Bogotá streets, Thursday, February 7, as the city readies for its first No Car Day of 2019.
Book readings, lectures, concerts and film come to Bogotá's Parque 93 this month with the second edition of the park's literary festival.