If you are not going to travel, here are the plans for this Good Friday in Bogotá

Currently, in Bogotá, the Ibero-American Theater Festival is held with works such as Develaciones, which is a work of the Truth Commission. / Reference image.

Although this Friday the bike path has not been made in Bogotá, the city offers different free spaces so that all the inhabitants of the capital who are not going to travel can take advantage of them. The first option is the big ones public parks which are open to 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.some are:

  • Simon Bolivar: It is located between 53rd and 64th streets, and running east to west from Carrera 36 to Rojas Avenue, in the city of Teusaquillo.
  • The tunnel: it is located at Carrera 19 #52B-15. It usually closes at 9 p.m., but this Good Friday it may close earlier.
  • Mountain town: located on Calle 10 Sur, in the town of Antonio Nariño.
  • Among the friends: It is located Calle 63 n° 45-10, it has a lake where you can do double or single kayaks, for $10,000 per half hour and $15,000 per hour.
  • St. Andrew: It is located in the town of Engativá, behind the Portal 80 shopping center, the address is Calle 82 n° 100A-91.
  • Time: it is located at Calle 51 n° 13-70.

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Cultural activities

Currently, the Ibero-American Theater Festival is held in Bogotá with works such as disclosureswhich is a work of truth commission which depicts the tragedy that millions of citizens have experienced in Colombia due to the internal armed conflict.

It is also “a recognition of their dignity and their ability to move forward and show us the path of reconciliation. This is why it is they themselves, the communities, who, based on their cultural expressions, are once again launching an appeal for peace. With the strength of truth, without fear, they look to the future, because they know that the truth is a chance for peace,” the District stressed.

The performance takes place in the theater Julio Mario Santo Domingolocated at Calle 170 n° 67-51, with two performances, at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m.until Saturday April 16.

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On the other hand, in the theater Jorge Eliecer gaitanlocated on Carrera Septima with Carrera 22, in the center of Bogotá, is presented story of a sheep, a work that reveals the tragedy of the long and winding road suffered by the victims of forced displacement in Colombia. The function is at 8:00 p.m.

Tropicarium of the Botanical Garden of Bogotá

the Bogota Botanical Garden, Located on Avenida Calle 63 No. 68-95, in the town of Engativá, it prepares for the arrival of thousands of national and foreign tourists at Easter. “Visitors will be able to enjoy the activities that have been organized for this season, which include guided tours in English and Spanish, meditation spaces and, of course, an interesting journey through the Colombian flora in the Neighborhood Tropics »shared the Garden.

The Tropicario is one of the most impressive infrastructures in the country, “not only because of its modern and innovative design of glass domes, with variable height, which shelter and reproduce the flora of the different ecosystems of Colombia in a space of 2,600 meters place, but because of its function as a space for environmental education and scientific knowledge”.

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Entrance to the Tropicario is in groups, all of 20 people in each tower, “for which ticket sales are subject to availability and demand at the box office”, and entrance has a cost of 10,000 $.

Other areas of the Garden to visit are: La Cascada, el Lago, La Rosaleda and el Palmeto, among others, “or take memorable selfies in the gigantography Marca Ciudadwhich will leave a pleasant memory of your visit to one of the most beautiful, safe and pleasant places in the heart of Bogotá”.

Entrance tickets are purchased only at the venue ticket office, and the prices are:

  • Colombians 5 years and older: $5,000
  • Children under 5 and over 62: free
  • Foreigners: $5,000

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