Take a Spanish course in Bogotá, the Colombian capital lying between the Andean mountains.
Following a period of political improvement in recent decades, Bogotá has come to the fore as a twenty-first century capital city having had a huge boom in business and commerce. As a result, more and more people are visiting this vibrant metropolis that combines colonial buildings and ancient traditions with modern skyscrapers and shopping malls.
The city has various attractions to interest you when you are not studying Spanish, including numerous museums, theatres, art galleries, concerts and festivals. In fact, the city was named World Book Capital by UNESCO in 2007 for its rich literary history. Bogotá is a city that never sleeps, with a fantastic nightlife and an international reputation for its spirited dancing. The Candelaria district is particularly worth visiting, with its historical buildings, churches, parks and various trendy bars and cafes.