Masaya in the heart of the cultural neighborhood.
Masaya Bogota was established in the colonial neighborhood of Bogota, La Candelaria. Absolutely the perfect base for exploring the city. The hostel is located some meters away from a place bursting with history: El Chorro de Quevedo. This place, the cradle of Bogota, is constantly animated by the presence of street artists, storytellers and street vendors.
Discover the many cultural sights of the neighborhood: the inevitable Gold Museum, the extravagant Museo Botero, the House of Currency, the National Astronomical Observatory, the Primatial Cathedral of Bogotá, etc. The district has about 20 museums and cultural facilities and 25 churches and chapels – one more colorful than the other – for you to quench your thirst for culture. The history and science of the country have no more secrets for you. Stroll through the many art galleries and small local markets, where you will find local flavors and memories to be taken home with you. You will not fail to meet inhabitants who out of love of their country will be delighted to guide you in your choices. Walk through the maze of cobbled streets and lime-painted houses of this colonial district. At the turn of a corner you will find a balcony or patio for a drink or to enjoy yourself in one of the small restaurants offering typical or international cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere and at low prices. In addition to comfortable accommodation in a festive atmosphere, the Bogota Masaya hostel offers all sorts of activities to explore the neighborhood, the city, and the country and to put you in touch with its people. Organize your travels with our partners, learn different languages in the « Language Cafés » held each week, enjoy the typical flavors of the Masaya Tapas bar-restaurant, and meet the people of Bogota around intercultural events, etc. to make your trip unforgettable.
Carrera 2 # 12-48 Candelaria, Centro Bogota