Steeped in ancient history, culture and art, this sprawling city of over 7 million inhabitants is a wealth of museums, architecture and natural beauty. In fact, it was the 6th country in the Americas to legalize gay marriage one year after the US. Download the Guide Table of Contents 1. General Tips 2. Gay Hotels in Bogota 4. Gay Tours in Bogota 6.
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Colombia overall has made impressive strides in terms of LGBT rights. Same-sex marriage was legalized in , and same-sex adoption, gender changes, and openly gay military service are also legal. When possible, avoid rush hour travel generally, weekdays between 7 and A. Remember, this is a rather high-altitude city. For greater safety and efficiency, opt for Uber, which is both cheaper and safer, or have your hotel or restaurant call you a taxi. Taxis operate with a meter based on distance a number code indicates the amount you pay.
Covering roughly a five square block radius in the north of the city, the Zona T has plenty of great clubs for any occasion. Baum has developed a worldwide reputation as one of the best electronic music clubs in Latin America, thanks to their ever-evolving lineup of top DJs and bands. The other growing power in the electronic music sphere is Video Club , an amazing new nightclub on the edge of Lourdes Square in Chapinero neighborhood. The best of the bunch is Latino Power in Chapinero, which hosts amazing live Colombian music throughout the week. Theatron is the best of the bunch, considered by many to be one of the best nightclubs in South America.
The city is home to the biggest gay nightclub in South America and one of the biggest in the world , as well as numerous gay and lesbian nightclubs and bars. The focal point of the entire Bogota gay scene, Theatron is a former theatre housing at least 13 different rooms and with space for up to 8, people. Hoy lanzamiento exclusivo de pumpunderwear para Colombia.