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Eusaquillo (today the Jet of Quevedo) was a resting place of the Muisca ruler called Zipa. It is believed that in this place Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada founded, on August 6, 1538, what would become the City of Bogotá. The town, takes the name of the church of the Candelaria (like the neighborhood,…
La Candelaria is the original city center and is full of older buildings and close to the government's main buildings.
This is the oldest, most historic part of Bogota. Lots of pretty, colorful buildings and winding streets to explore. It’s a neighborhood, so just go there with the idea of walking around, taking pictures, and exploring. If you find yourselves getting hungry while walking around, I STRONGLY…
La Candelaria by Airbnb Experiences
Get to know this iconic landmark through Airbnb Experiences, small group activities led by locals