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Colombian Cinema: Ten must-see Colombian films

As we are in the midst of an exciting new era in Colombian cinema, The Bogota Post takes a look at the history of the national industry and picks out some of the most memorable movies made in Colombia.
Bogotá brunch

Bogotá Brunch

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.
Colombian crafts

Colombian crafts for dummies

With the help of experts, Jazid Contreras examines some of the most iconic Colombian handicrafts. He delves into their origins in order to give you a beginner’s guide to the colourful and diverse realm of arteanías, just in time for Expoartesanías, the annual craft fair in Corferias and, of course, the holiday shopping season.
Organic food Bogota

In Bogotá: Organic food

Organic Bogota: From veg boxes to  organic shops, the city has a huge variety for the conscious consumer. Charlotte Mackenzie goes green across the...
Ask Jazid, Colombian superstitions

Do you believe in Colombian superstitions?

Every country has its own unique rituals that people use to attract good fortune and repel bad luck. In his latest column, our intrepid agony uncle Jazid Contreras explores some of these quirky Colombian superstitions and the magical thinking behind them.

Colombian World Cup Anthem ‘Love’ released: Prepare to hear this over...

  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVQlZR-NNqM Giant footballers terrorise world capitals. This can only mean one thing: that a World Cup Anthem has landed. Colombian singer Sebastian Yatra and Italian DJ...
Bogotá restaurants, Amarti Bogotá

Eating out in Bogotá, Bogotá restaurants

We love food. We love eating it. We love reading about it. We love writing about it. We love thinking about it. We just...
Colombian novena

Novenas: an oh-so-Colombian tradition

As December gets underway, you will no doubt begin to hear Colombians talking about their upcoming novenas, a tradition unique to Colombia and parts...
Tejo Bogotá

Tejo: A banging good time

There is something intrinsically Colombian about the explosive sport of tejo. Ángela Forero-Aponte goes beyond the gunpowder and alcohol to understand more about this unique activity with roots that go back to pre-colonial times.

2018 calendar: what to do in Colombia this year

There are plenty of things to do in 2018, get your agenda out and plan your year ahead with important dates, the best concerts,...