A guide to local favorites in Usaquen
- By Alexandra Correa
- Photos by Juan Cristóbal Cobo
Once a small town just outside Bogota, Usaquen was gradually swallowed up by the city. It has kept some of its vibe as a small Andean village, however, as evidenced by its stone main square, its church and the office of its own mayor. A bohemian and avant-garde area, rich in gastronomy, boutiques, bakeries, pubs and even a cinema, it’s worth a visit at any time of the day.
Meet Alexandra Correa
Alexandra Correa is a journalist from Bogota. After university, she lived for a time in the United States, Spain and Germany before returning home to continue her career writing. In her spare time, she likes to explore all the regions of Colombia, especially the Caribbean coast, and try new restaurants. She loves cats, empanadas and coffee.
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