Bogota is a HUGE city and you are not going to see very much of it in a short period of time unless you like to walk the crowded streets. The Candelaria is a very lively and intense part of the city with many of the most important government buildings, art galleries and museums in close proximity to a concentration of hotels, cafes, hostels, restaurants, buskers, markets, beggars, food vendors, street performers, hustlers, and, as is true in any large city, some damaged and unfortunate human curios. And lots of Police.
Advice: Don't buy emeralds on the street unless you have a penchant for green glass. Don't put the hot sauce on any street vendor empanadas unless you you want to get violently ill. Don't bet on the guinea pig races: the odds are against you. Wear a hat or get a sunburn: your choice. You will be expected to give small amounts of money to the beggars and street performers, so have a few coins on hand.
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