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Simón Bolívar Metropolitan Park

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Anna
Anna
September 9, 2019
Hermoso parque publico para caminar y disfrutar de la naturaleza
Johanna
Johanna
December 10, 2019
Es el pulmón de la ciudad de Bogotá.
Michael
Michael
April 17, 2019
This is about 2 blocks from the Botanical Garden, and is another large park for exploring, taking pictures, and enjoying the outdoors. Also important, it's free!
Laura
Laura
May 24, 2018
Great spot to go for a picnic, do some sport or enjoy a sunny day.
Cesar
Cesar
August 31, 2018
Bogota's main park with lot's of trails, entertainment and things to do.
LaSanta
LaSanta
April 12, 2018
Best reached by car, this huge park is Bogotá's lung and hosts festivals and events from time to time.
Oscar
Oscar
October 24, 2019
Un lugar para visitar, pasar con amigos, disfrutar de la naturaleza, hacer ejercicio.
Pepe´S House
Pepe´S House
May 13, 2016
Free. El parque más grande de la ciudad. Puedes hacer picnic, salir a trotar, etc. Se realizan eventos artísticos y culturales todo el año.
Linna & Edwin
Linna & Edwin
December 17, 2019
El parque metropolitano Simón Bolívar es el más grande e importante de la ciudad por varias razones: su estratégica ubicación en el corazón de Bogotá; sus amplios espacios verdes acompañados de un innumerable número de árboles o por la cantidad y variedad de los escenarios que lo conforman. Este…
Diego
Diego
July 16, 2018
A place to exercise and camp
Fernando
Fernando
November 12, 2019
Un parque de recreación inmenso con mucha naturaleza a 15 minutos caminando.
Lorena
Lorena
October 16, 2019
En la actualidad se le considera el “pulmón de la ciudad”, por su estratégica ubicación en el corazón de Bogotá, por su amplia vegetación y gran dimensión de sus zonas verdes. Igualmente por la cantidad y variedad de escenarios que lo conforman.

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附近的住宿

  1. 整套公寓
  2. 1 张床
1 bed Apartment & office space - Santafe mall.
  1. 整套公寓
  2. 2 张床
Apartamento cerca al Portal Norte, FundaciónCardio
  1. 整套公寓
  2. 3 张床
Apartamento Departamento amoblado norte de Bogota
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  1. 整套公寓
  2. 5 张床
Lindo apartamento al Norte de Bogotá
  1. 整套公寓
  2. 3 张床
Excelente ubicación en amplio apto Zona Norte 🏙✨
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  1. 整套公寓
  2. 2 张床
Bonito apto cerca al santafe y terminal norte
  1. 整套房子
  2. 4 张床
Maranta House SPA
  1. 酒店式公寓的房间
  2. 1 张床
El lugar perfecto para descansar!!!
  1. 独立房间
  2. 2 张床
North of the city. Next to Santafe Mall
  1. 整套公寓
Grandioso apartamento de 3 alcobas
  1. 整套公寓
  2. 4 张床
Apartamento familiar y de negocios Norte de Bogotá
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  1. 整套公寓
  2. 3 张床
Confortable Apartamento Norte de Bogotá Estrenar
  1. 独立房间
  2. 1 张床
Donde Lukas y Yula
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  1. 独立房间
  2. 1 张床
Habitación en el norte de Bogotá, gym y piscina.
  1. 整间Loft
  2. 2 张床
Acogedor Independiente Apartasuite Norte Bogotà
  1. 整套公寓
  2. 1 张床
48% Dcto, lindo apto de 1 hab. Bogotá CC Sante fe.

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The journey itself takes about 50 minutes to complete. This option is free of charge. Going up in the funicular If you prefer comfort, or for health reasons it's difficult to climb stairs, you can use the Monserrate funicular, which is open Monday to Friday from 6:30 am to 11:45 am and on Saturdays until 4:30 pm. The funicular ride comes at a cost of 12,000 COP one way and 21,000 COP two ways. On Sundays and holidays until 6:30 pm, it costs 6,500 COP one way and 12,000 COP two ways. However, if you are over 62 years of age, the cost for the two trips is 17,000 COP from Monday to Saturday, and on Sundays 10,000 COP, upon presentation of your identity card. Getting on the cable car Another perfect option for those who prefer to save time on the way up is the Monserrate cable car, which is open Monday to Saturday from 12:00 pm to 11:30 pm, at a cost of 12,000 COP one way and 21,000 COP two ways. On Sundays it opens from 10:00 am to 4:30 pm at a cost of 6,500 COP one way and 12,000 COP two ways. And if you want to go up with your pet, the rental costs 5.000 COP if it is small, and 10.000 COP if it is big. What to do and see at Monserrate? If you go up on foot, during the tour you will see a wide range of handicrafts, traditional food, sculptures of the stations of the cross and the chapel of the Virgin of Monserrat. If you go up by funicular or cable car, you will enjoy a beautiful view of the capital and the diversity of flora and fauna on the hill, where more than 80 species of birds live. Once at the top of the hill there are several activities you can enjoy, such as the main tourist attraction, the Basilica Sanctuary of Monserrate. In this church you can admire beautiful sculptures from the colonial period, among them the important statue of the fallen Lord of Monserrate, which represents Jesus falling for the third time on his way to Calvary. 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“Excelente sitio para hacer deporte, salir en pareja o pasar un rato de tranquilidad. // Excellent place to play sports, go out as a couple or spend some quiet time.”
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地点
2061 Calle 184
Bogota, Cundinamarca
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