Together with Milos from trendlupe, Andy recently was invited to an adventurous press trip to Bogotá. The guys made themselves familiar with Colombia and Bogotá, its vibrant capital city; places, that in the last decade, have experienced an economic and tourism rebirth. Today this is possible thanks to the new NH Hotel Group integrated portfolio in Colombia and Bogotá.





At roughly 8,600 feet above sea level, with an estimated 8 million inhabitants, being one of the largest high-altitude cities in the world, also declared World Bookd Capital by UNESCO and Iberoamerican Capital of Culture by the UCCI, Bogotá has been positioned as one of the most important capitals in South America.

LMOSjlsjjgfdcdTogether with journalists from around the globe V’s World welcomed to a magical trip where we experienced the warmth of the Colombian people and all the attributes that make Bogotá one of the best destinations for business, meetings and leisure in South America. In fact, Bogotá has been recognized as South America’s leading Business Travel Destination by World Travel Awards 2014.



Often called the Athens of South America, Bogotá offers all kind of activities for visitors: museums, art galleries, international fairs and cultural events. The Colombian capital ist home to attractions like the Museo del Oro, which houses the world’s largest collection of pre-Columbian gold pieces, and Museo Botero, devoted to the beloved native artist Fernando Botero.

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The energy of the metropolitan heart of Colombia is also fueled by its hundreds of eclectic and authenic dining hot spots, bars and clubs, where Colombians go to eat, drink, listen to live music and dance wide variety of styles.

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I say: thank you for the extraordinary!


photo credentials: V’s World, Pedro Szekely – flickr, Creative Commons 2.0

Guest author Andy was hosted by the NH Collection Bogotá Royal. Thank you for the collaboration.