Youth Hostel in Bogota
Travel Tips for Bogota - Hostel Fatima (Page 1/1)
21 May 2012 Kristen, USA:
Mount Monserrate is only about a 20 min walk from the hostel and it is about the only there there is to see and do in Bogota other than museums or walking around the old parts of town. Well worth the $10 round trip in the funicular. There is also a cable car but it doesn't operate on holidays. The funicular is about 1/2 price on Sundays so go then if you can. Great view from the top. Can also walk for free but it is steep.
18 Feb 2012 NELSON, Canada:
'Irish Pub', located in 'La Zona T'
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Hostal Fátima is located in La Candelaria Neighbourhood, in the historic center of the city, very near Chorro de Quevedo, a square that is an icon in the history of Bogotá and the capital culture. It is said that is was there where the city was founded when the Spanish Conqueror Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada built 12 huts and a small chapel. Hostal Fátima is surrounded by the oldest streets and houses in the city and by some of the most representatitve symbols such as Plaza de Bolívar, La Casa de Nariño, Gold Museum, La Casa del Florero, Military Museum, Luis Ángel Arango Library, La casa de La Moneda, Camarín del Carmen, Santa Clara Church and Colombia´s Cathedral. The La Calendaria area is also a university space that has a wide variety of restaurants, theatres, bars, cafés, to meet every taste. Hostal Fátima is a multi-cultural meeting point, a house with more than 150 years, with a beautiful colonial architecture, where you will find out how the 19th century families used to live, everything adapted to a contemporary atmosphere, wooden floors, glass stained windows, a solarium with satelite TV and many services more to make your stay in Hostal Fátima cosy and unforgettable. | more......