Rooftop Bars Bogotá
9 best rooftop bars in Bogotá
When in Bogotá you are approx 2 640 meters above sea level just by walking the streets. But why not try to get even a little bit higher and check out the best Bogotá rooftop bars.
To find them, all you need is this, the ultimate guide to the best roof terraces in the capital of Colombia, packed with all info you need about each Bogota rooftop: opening hours, dress code, pictures, maps and much more. So, which is the best rooftop bar Bogotá? Just scroll down and find the Bogotá rooftop bar best suited for you.
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Rooftop bar Bogotá
Prime season: all year
Residents: 8 millions
Climate: subtropical highland
The climate in Bogotá is warm all year round, resulting in that the terraces here can stay open all year.
Most of them are located at a luxury hotel with magnificent views of the city skyline and surroundings.
Another thing that characterizes the sky bars here, is the high quality of food and drinks. Here you have both award-winning chefs and bartenders serving the visitors.
Typical among the Bogota bars is the nice views and lovely atmosphere. At our map you can find the best places to drink with a view at, in this beautiful city. Read more about the city here.
Bogota is Colombia's capital and also the largest city. The city has a very high altitude at the Andes Mountains with a location over 2600 meters above sea level. There’s also four rivers running through Bogota. Juan Amarillo, Salitre, Fucha and Tunjuelito. Although there is high public service here there is a lot of poverty. Almost 32% of the population lived on about 2$ a day in 2005. A little less charming is the fact that the city is often considered as one of the world's most dangerous with widespread drug and guerrilla problems. However, this has improved significantly in recent years and it now has less murders than South America's other major cities on average.