Museo del Oro (Gold Museum) is the largest gold museum in Colombia. Displaying the wonders of the pre-Hispanic world and the anthropological heritage of the country. Many of its exhibits are found nowhere else. One can easily spend an hour or two wandering its vast exhibits. Don’t forget your camera!

La Candelaria Historic District – This is historic part of the city where you will find many old historic cathedrals and the famous Plaza Bolivar.  Make sure to visit one of the many restaurants in the area and take plenty of pictures.  The Colombian presidential complex is very near the plaza and also heavily guarded.

A bit further away the Salt Cathedral – About an hour outside of the city, in the town of Zipaquira, There is the world famous salt cathedral that was carved within a salt mine 180 meters (590 ft) underground. The architectural and artistic design of the new salt Cathedral was done by Bogotan architect Roswell Garavito Pearl, which was approved after selecting the project that had a total of 44 proposals in a contest organized by the Colombian Architects Society in 1990.