"Originaire du Sud-Ouest de la France, je vis désormais en Colombie. En compagnie de mon collègue Lucho (architecte), c'est toujours avec beaucoup de plaisir que je partage ce que j'ai découvert ici, à Bogota. Photographe de profession, comptez sur mes conseils..."Ask a question to Louis N.
Starting from the North of the District up to the international business center, this tour is a real time-travel experience that presents progressively and chronologically the evolution of the Colombian capital. Punctuated by historical, political and cultural anecdotes, this tour highlights the contributions of different migration flows in the development of Bogotá.
In 1947, the master plan of the city was given Charles-Edouard Jeanneret gray (also known as Le Corbusier), do you know him ?
In the heart of the city, we will stroll along the narrow and typical streets of Bosque Izquierdo, the Colombian pool of major artists such as Botero and Grau, a sort of Colombian Montmartre.
Moderated by an architect and a photographer, this visit will help you know better the history of Bogota while benefiting from the advice of a photographer.
Visit proposed by Luis, Colombian architect and Louis, French photographer. More than just a visit, you will bring back memories and beautiful photographs of Bogotá! This visit is accessible to all, without any particular difficulty. Please bring suitable shoes for walking. About photographic equipment, don't bring heavy equipment.