Carrera Séptima (Seventh Street), also known as Eduardo Posada Flórez Avenue, is one of the principal transit arteries which crosses the eastern side of Bogotá north and south. It is the most important thoroughfare of the city in the sense of history, culture, economy, and society. Carrera Séptima is bound to the east by the Eastern Hills.
Carrera Séptima passes through the localities of Usaquén, Chapinero, Santa Fe, and La Candelaria.
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Maylin Elisa Cardenas | Dec 17, 2017
A landmark in the city. I don't usually visit this place except when I'm showing the square, mall, church and flea market to tourists. It's easier to get there on Sundays thanks to the ciclovía so rent a bike and give it a try. The area has several national and international restaurants and stores. The flea market is worth visiting for buying souvenirs. You can walk and enjoy a great time. Be ready to haggle and make conversation with sellers.
DANIEL J. VILLAMIZAR FUENTES | Jan 9, 2018
It is a space built at the beginning of the 20th century. Its square has trees that are more than two hundred years old. Around the square you find restaurants with an unlimited gastronomy. The pubs are accompanied with varied music according to the taste of the visitor.
Orlando Mario Castelblanco | Nov 30, 2017
What a great stroll through the park. It's surrounded by nice and quiet little cafes that you can hit up in the morning. As the day progresses, it can get a bit busy. It's worth the walk. Make sure you visit the church. It's beautiful.
Hector Kcres | Jan 1, 2018
Beautiful and bohemian district in Bogota. Lots of restaurants, clubs, bars, fusion and international cuisine at its best. Especially on the weekends, a lot of street performers, street musicians, flee markets, food festivals lots going on, lots to see! And many restaurants around this place are pet friendly!!
Alejandro Cárdenas | Jan 28, 2018
Great place for leisure, walking and sightseeing. Usaquen was a town near to Bogotá, but nowadays is a neighborhood that keeps vintage architecture in some building and houses. Every sundays the Mercado de las Pulgas open your shopping for locals and customs. A sort of restaurants offers the best food for visitors
Wildeman Cárdenas | Mar 17, 2018
Beautiful park, with great restaurants and activities around it! It's one of the iconic places of Bogotá! Visit it.
Jairo Wilches | Mar 12, 2018
Fin area with lots of excellent albeit pricey restaurants to choose from. The flea market on Sundays is entertaining and a good place to find good Colombian crafts
Daniel Escobar Parra | Apr 19, 2018
Great place to stand by, walk and think. Less than 4 blocks you find excellent restaurants. Weekends it turns to “Mercado de las Pulgas”. Very interesting shopping.
Black Mantram | May 20, 2018
Nice walk overall, great places to eat and have fun nearby. A cultural landmark in the city, some of the best restaurants are located here. There used to be a huge square where you could buy handcrafts and antiquities as well as tasting some of the most iconic local desserts and beverages such as merengones, canelazo and chicha, but it's kind of dying due to the abandonment by the local government.
Juan Osorio | May 22, 2018
The park is ok. Not really to walk or have picnic. It is sorrounded by great restaurants and shops.
Alejandra Echeverri | Aug 14, 2018
Excellent place that walk, eat, have a drink and go shopping (Street market). Best day Sunday and holidays.
Daniel Agudelo Cruz | Jul 20, 2018
Cozy. Full of cultural stuff. Good to rest. Good for distraction. Good for dogs.
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