Barrio La Macarena in Bogota, Colombia is tucked away between the neighborhoods of La Candelaria and Chapinero. The La Macarena neighborhood is one of Bogota’s best kept secrets because of its Bohemian attributes.
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The La Macarena neighborhood is mostly residential, but this artsy and bohemian neighborhood is definitely a sight to see.
There are also beautiful murals and a church in Barrio La Macarena.
There also many local shops and restaurants in the La Macarena neighborhood.
This local coffee shop is simply stunning and feels like a library.
There is also a local shop called Soluciones (Solutions) that sell local Colombian handicrafts inspired by the Bohemian neighborhood of La Macarena. (see if you can spot Mommy Points)
I visited the Planetario de Bogota which is a science museum located in Barrio La Macarena.
There were a ton of kids waiting outside the Planetario to get into the museum.
I was intrigued by the museum, so I bought a ticket.
When I sat down inside, I was mobbed (like a celebrity) by a bunch of Colombian kids intrigued by me: