Enjoying Bogotá’s Nightlife and Cuisine at 93 Park
Since the beginning of the millennium, Colombia has been transformed into one of the most cosmopolitan of tourism hubs in South America. The epicenter of this great shift is in Bogotá, which is one of the most culturally diverse and densely populated cities in the region. But for fans of the nightlife, you can narrow your search for the ideal tourist destination to one particular area in Bogotá – and that’s Parque de la 93, or 93 Park. Here are a few prime hotspots for those who want to experience the best nightlife that Bogotá has to offer.
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