Hiking in Bogotá: Crunch time for Bogotá’s Cerros Orientales

We speak to the Amigos de la Montaña, a people-power association trying to protect the city's eastern mountains, the Cerros Orientales.

Singing Humboldt’s praises in Bogotá: a musical based on his life

The story of a scientific wunderkind comes to the Bogotá stage

Bringing on the ‘better’ bendy buses

Replacement vehicles promise a smoother TransMilenio. But will they bring less commuter misery – and fresher air – to one of the planet’s most congested cities?

Rock al Parque: 25 years young

Rock al Parque, the continent’s biggest free festival has been going for a quarter of a decade.

Pride 2019 in Bogotá: ‘I choose to be, I want to...

On Sunday, June 30, thousands of people will take to the streets to join the city’s annual Pride march, to support LGBTI rights and celebrate diversity.

A decade of BAM: Breaking borders with Bogotá Audiovisual Market

Leaders in the audiovisual sector celebrate the industry's development so far, and look forward to BAM 2019, this time with Italy as the guest of honour.

ARTBO weekend: A weekend exploring the city’s arts scene

During the latest edition of ARTBO: Fin de Semana, 67 exhibition spaces throughout the city will open their doors for free.

Breaking borders tours: ‘You can’t leave, but you can change’

Tourism triumphing over violence and breaking borders in Barrio Egipto. ‘You can’t leave, but you can change’

Storytelling for peace building

The dialogue about peace is so often “not for young people,” and tends to prioritise the political over personal experience. This is which the British Council hope to change with Storytelling for Peace Building.

A different way to see peace

Click Arte's books aim to bring children closer to their country, telling stories of communities who were able to use talks and agreement to move past conflict.