Near our Hotel there are a lot of important financial companies, shopping centers, hospitals, and restaurants.
ART GALLERIES OR EXHIBITION ROOMS
OTHER CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS
GREEN AREAS, PARKS, SQUARES AND TREE AVENUES
TOURIST SERVICE PROVIDERS
SHOPPING CENTERS, BUSINESS ZONES, AND INDUSTRIAL ZONES
LOCAL ACADEMIC CENTERS
Bogota geographic data: the Colombian Capital is located at 4° 35’56” North Latitude and 74°04’51” Greenwich West Longitude, in the middle of an intertropical convergence zone. Due to this, there are two rainy seasons: the first in March-April-May and the second in September-October-November.
The city lies on the north-western extension of the Andean Mountains, over a savanna with a great assortment of climates, types of soils, water bodies and other geographic landmarks.
As the city is surrounded by mountains, these become a natural barrier restricting the humidity flow affecting the rain pattern.
The temperature varies depending on the month: in December, January and March the average is high (18 ºC); from April to October is lower (average 7 ºC).
The city avenues (carreras) are oriented from south to north and the city streets (calles) from east to west.
The city if located 2,600 meters above sea level.