La Niña is a new series which follows the life of a woman trying to escape her past as a guerrilla fighter in a fitting story for Colombia’s current situation. Jazid Contreras speaks to director Rodrigo Triana.
Whether you have countless stories to chat about from the night, week or month before, fancy a catch up with friends or you are just really hungry, brunch is the new buzzword in Bogotá. Laura Sharkey has the lowdown on where to get the best not-quite-breakfast, not-quite-lunch in the city.
The over 7,000 weapons collected by the UN monitoring mission are being removed from the 26 transitional zones, and demobilised FARC members are preparing for new lives as civilians. However, once the camps cease to exist, the challenges will become increasingly complex.
With international travel to the city increasing dramatically over recent years, a new public-private partnership has been announced, Greater Bogotá, in a bid to promote Bogotá as a prime destination for business tourism.
The Transportation Secretariat announced that the taximetro in all city cabs would start being replaced by a digital platform from August of this year. The move has been presented as a response to rigged meters and overall consumer mistrust in yellow cabs.