Bogota, Colombia’s golden city, is a rising star in Latin America with its multi-layered history and warm climate while Panama is a culinary wonder between North and South America. The best definition for Bogota is: colorful streets. South America’s source of pride, a laid-back lifestyle is hard to miss in Bogota. It’s a big pleasure in itself to gaze at the facades of buildings in the city. To put it simply, Bogota is a calmer city compared to its flamboyant neighbors, and this is what makes it one of the rare livable cities on this continent. Having solved the traffic problem, Bogota has become a more habitable city. Now, it is time to finish building the nearly 300 kilimeter long bicycle lane. After that, Bogota will become a city where the number of bicycles surpasses the number of vehicles, as it does in Amsterdam. The pre-Colombian aesthetics can be encountered in many versions in today’s Bogota. Bogota is a visual feast of bright colors. The Monserrate Church, located on the Monserrate Mountain, the highest point in the city, is one of the finest examples of Spanish culture; here, the whole city unfolds before you. Your next stop is La Macarena, the most hip neighborhood in Bogota. This is home to not only restaurants, but also designer shops- both local and international.One of the most interesting places from Bogota’s Spanish era, La Santamaria, is also here.(SKYLIFE).