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A visit to Bogotá means a visit to the capital of one of the biodiverse countries on earth. There’s museum-hopping, graffiti gazing, and of course lots of food. But you can experience the Colombian capital in all of its glory in just three days.
The perfect 3-day itinerary:
🗓️ Day 1: Kick off the day with a fresh cup of premium Colombian joe and a typical pastel at Juan Valdez in Parque de los Periodistas, a large plaza and transit hub in the city center. Then, walk just a block down Calle 16 to the Gold Museum.
Right next to the museum is La Candelaria, Bogotá’s 500-year-old city center. Grab lunch at the Plaza Mercado de La Concordia. After lunch, walk up pedestrian-only Calle de Embudo.
🗓️ Day 2: Perched over downtown Bogotá like a sentinel, the 17th-century monastery atop Mount Monserrate is a must-visit.The views from the top are unbeatable.
After heading back down Monserrate, take a taxi to Paloquemao, Bogotá’s gigantic central market. For dinner, head to the Chapinero Alto neighborhood, Bogotá’s Gastronomical Zone.
🗓️ Day 3: Take the hour-long bike ride from the center, or a 20-minute taxi, to Usaquen. Usaquen is also a restaurant hotspot: Grab a perfectly grilled Colombian-style steak at La Bonga de Sinu or some freshly prepared ceviche at La Mar.
After dinner, head to the Zona Rosa, a bustling shopping and nightlife district.
For more details on this itinerary, head to the link in our bio.
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This has us planning our trip to Mexico City tbh
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If CDMX feels a little intimidating with more than 20 million people, we’ll help you get started with this starter itinerary for three amazing postcard-worthy days. And it’s walkable, which is amazing when you want to maximize your time.
🗓️ Day 1 features the oldest public park in the Americas (1592!), an Art Deco shopping mall, and plenty of aguachile and tostadas.
🗓️ Day 2 starts, after you’ve had your morning guava roll at Panaderia Rosetta, with the MODO (Museo del Objeto del Objeto), a quirky design museum focused on the value of ordinary objects, and ends with drinks at one of the World’s 50 Best Bars. Between, you can either stroll another beautiful 22-acre park, or try exploring a local market in Colonia Roma with your own local guide.
🗓️ And on Day 3, if 22-acres felt like child’s play, you can explore the 1,600 acre Chapultepec Park. Tucked away inside are museums, a zoom, a botanical garden, and so much greenery that it has been dubbed “the city’s lungs.” For those who normally seek out the hotel gym, why not explore Chapultepec on a running tour?
We know - you’re ready to go. See you there.
When it comes to beaches in Mexico, a nice one isn’t hard to come by. But these beaches are the Best of the Best—at least according to Tripadvisor users. Fewer than 1% of Tripadvisor’s 8 million listings are awarded Best of the Best, signifying the highest level of excellence in travel.
Add these to your list and thank us later.
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The Dominican Republic is known for its beaches, but venture away from the resorts of Punta Cana and you’ll find tons of cultural gems, like La Zona Colonial. This historic neighborhood’s not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but also home to some of the country’s best restaurants and art spaces (locals love it here, too). Tap the link in bio to discover even more under-the-radar spots.
A day at the beach is fun and all, but if you’re looking for an unforgettable experience the whole fam will love, try a traditional Balinese cooking class with @travelingspoons 🧑🍳
Hit our link in bio to whip up a feast on this top-rated activity. Who knows—the little ones might just become little chefs back home.
Amsterdam is one of the leafiest cities in Europe. This autumn, consider exploring all that Amsterdam has to offer: go leaf peeping, go on a cozy food tour, and go sightseeing on a canal cruise.
Where are you headed this fall?