This is a MUST visit in Bogotá. Please be aware of your belongings, particularly electronic devices. The Cathedral is really beautiful and you can buy great souvenirs in carrera 6ta.
Compared with the large squares in Europe, this square is not a grand square, but I think it has the characteristics of this place, it is also recognizable, and it is also very lively and pretty good.
I think it is the first time to use the word antique to describe a square. It does not have gorgeous colors and tall buildings, just like the texture of old furniture. In fact, it is very charming and quite good.
As the most symbolic square in a country, this square is too simple in terms of scale and landscape, but it may have a sense of freshness, that is, a very simple and natural feeling.
This square is simple, the main building is a cathedral. There is a big square with a lot of pigeons on it, not too many people. It feels like the grayish scenery. Okay.
If you like avian species, this is the place for you. Locals treat the monuments and historic buildings with disdain.
After visiting and getting a photo taken with the llama (only about $5 usd), I started wondering who Simon Bolivar was. This led me to read about the life of the amazing “Liberator” of South America. ...
A great photo op. Stop and hold some pigeons in your arms. Take pictures of some really cool buildings. And plenty of vendors around for food and drink
Every time I go there the atmosphere is different. Very busy during the weekends’ quiet during weekdays. There is always something to see...
It’s a very good location with kids. To many pigeons to feed and fun. Also you can walk in the Main Street and enjoy bogota