Travel to Bogota, the colorful capital of Colombia
Explore every painted corner of a city that thanks to its special artistic culture, the intense element of tradition and its historical past, manages to magnetize the eyes of travelers from all over the world.
Enjoy endless wanderings in a lively center, which will steal your heart from the first moment you see it. Colombian architecture, colonial elements, notes of modernization, colorful buildings and a special variety of frescoes from famous street artists, adorn this city in the best possible way creating the most ideal background for your walks.
Discover all the great sights of the city and get to know every aspect of Colombian culture, which will really fascinate you. Pay a visit to the pioneering Gold Museum and finish your walk with a stop at the Botero Museum which will take you on a journey through its diverse exhibits.
Continue your tour of this hospitable city passing by the much-photographed neighborhood of Kantelaria, which looks like a painting and head to the busy flea market in the Usaken district that smells of freshly cut Colombian coffee.
Food and local cuisine
Colombian cuisine invites you to taste the unique dishes of the local tradition and experience this journey stomach full. Start your day with the traditional breakfast changua, try the famous sancocho meat soup and do not forget to enjoy your favorite tamal from corn mass. Of course, there is no better way to finish your meal, than a glass of flavored Colombian coffee.
Best time to visit Bogota
The most ideal period to visit Bogota is the dry season, from December to February and from June to August.
How to use transportation in Bogota
Transfer from/to Bogota
You can travel to Bogota by plane as it has its own airport of just 2.5 kms from the city. For your transfer to the center, you can use a taxi, a bus (passes every 20’) or rent the car.
For your transportation within the city you can use city buses, taxis or use a rented car.