Colombians are known for their friendly and hospitable natures, which is one of the reasons why the country has become one of the most buzzed-about tourist destinations in the past year. In addition to how welcoming Colombians are to tourists, the country’s diverse landscape attracts all types of travelers. Whether you're looking to relax, indulge or dance the night away, Colombia has something to offer.
Dine and dance at Andrés Carne de Res
The elaborate, artistic restaurant Andrés Carne de Res bills itself as an atypical paradise and is the place to go for it all: delicious Colombian food, interesting artwork and a wild night out. The menu includes traditional Colombian dishes – some of the best food to be had anywhere, in fact – and dinner turns into dancing, with people hopping up on tables and spinning in pairs around the dance floor, creating one of the friendliest and most fun environments in Bogota and beyond. The original location is in the small town Chía outside Bogota, and as everyone will tell you, it’s worth the drive and extra effort to get there. The Bogota location Andrés DC in the trendy Zona Rosa area is a favorite and frequented spot, too, and people fill the four floors starting in the early evenings. All locations are decked out with cool artwork, colorful lamps and awesome sculptures hanging from the ceiling.