Bogotá and its Hard Rock Cafe

Bogotá is the capital and largest city of Colombia. Bogotá is a territorial is the economic, political and administrative center of the country.

From 2001 to 2021, Bogotá had a Hard Rock Cafe. The restaurante closed its doors on 16. November 2021 for good. There are some rumors about a reopening in 2022. This would be great. If we have some News about the reopening, you’ll find them on our website Stay tuned and rock on!

By the way we are still looking for Bottle Opener magnets from the former Hard Rock Cafe. The Shop released an ERROR magnet in the past, which has no hole with the bottle opener, it’s just a guitar magnet. You’ll find a picture of this wanted magnet here. Do you have one of them for SALE or TRADE? If yes, please let us know and send us an email to or a whatsApp message to the following German number: +49 152 281 73 975.

Furthermore we are still looking for other great magnets, please check our subpage, too. On our site “missing ones“, you’ll find all magnets, which are still missing in our collection. We really appreciate your help and support to

Sightseeing in Bogota

Bogota, the vibrant capital of Colombia, is a city that captivates visitors with its rich history, diverse culture, and breathtaking landscapes. Situated in the Andean region, at an altitude of 2,640 meters above sea level, Bogota offers a unique experience that blends modernity with tradition.

One of the first things that strike visitors about Bogota is its mesmerizing skyline. The city boasts an impressive array of skyscrapers and colonial architecture, coexisting harmoniously. The historic La Candelaria neighborhood is a must-visit, with its colorful houses, cobblestone streets, and fascinating museums. Here, you can immerse yourself in the city’s past, exploring museums such as the Gold Museum, which houses an extensive collection of pre-Columbian gold artifacts.

Beyond its architectural wonders, Bogota is a hub of cultural expression. The city is renowned for its thriving art scene, with numerous galleries, theaters, and street art that adorn its walls. One of the most famous examples is the work of renowned Colombian artist Fernando Botero, whose sculptures can be found in public spaces throughout the city.

Food enthusiasts will find Bogota to be a paradise for their taste buds. The city offers a wide array of gastronomic delights, ranging from traditional Colombian dishes to international cuisine. Be sure to try the local specialties such as ajiaco, a hearty potato and chicken soup, and bandeja paisa, a platter that includes beans, rice, meat, plantain, and more. For coffee lovers, a visit to one of the city’s charming coffee shops is a must, as Colombia is famous for its high-quality coffee beans. So as you can see and imagine a Hard Rock property makes sense in this beautiful city. I really hope Hard Rock International will have plans for a relocation in the future.

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