Holidays To Bogota

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The capital city of Colombia Bogotá throbs with vibrancy and energy which takes you through its colonial past to its modern building all the while giving visitors endless fun food, history and culture. It has an amazing mix of cultures. On the one hand it has an urban cool sophisticated atmosphere and on the other it transports you back in time as you walk down cobbled streets. Holidays to Bogotá will introduce visitors to hotels that are amidst ancient homes, convents and churches, while classy bars are nestled among museums and restaurants. With views of the Andes Mountains in the background Bogotá has many parks and sanctuaries like Guadalupe and Moserrate. Places such as the Emerald Museum, the Gold Museum and the Museum of Modern Art give you a cultural fix. While in Bogotá try and eat like the locals at the many authentic dining spots and food festivals, as you walk around and indulge in some shopping available at the North Side. Travel Center all inclusive holidays to Bogotá help you experience a perfect holiday as all the travel planning is taken care of. From flight tickets, to accommodation to tours all the details are taken care of so that you can concentrate on having fun. So book holidays to Bogotá and dive head on into an experience packed holiday.

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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -5:00 hours

Airlines Flying

Iberian Airlines, TAM Airlines, TAP Portugal, Air France, Lufthansa

Languages

Spanisha

Best Time to Travel

December to March

Modes of Transport

Bus,Tram, Taxi, Bicycle

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 4721.84 COP

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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Gold Museum

The Museum with the largest collection of gold-work in the world, Bogota’s Gold Museum is a popular attraction featuring Pre-Hispanic gold-work. The exhibits include gold-work, pottery, woodworks and archaeological objects. The Museum comprises 3 floors that consists exhibition rooms, an auditorium, a restaurant, a souvenir store and an interactive room.

Monaserrate

A mountain that dominates the Bogota city centre, Monaserrate comprises of a Church, Shrine, eateries and souvenir shops. A pilgrimage destination and popular tourist attraction, visitors can visit Monaserrate by aerial tramway, a funicular or by simply climbing their way up to experience a spectacular sunset over the capital city.

Jose Celestino Mutis Botanical Garden

Colombia’s biggest Botanical Garden, Jose Celestino serves as a recreation and research center. Home to over 19,000 live plants the specialty of this Garden lies in its grouping of plants by their original ecosystems. This Botanical Garden comprises of a wide-variety of flora, an artificial waterfall and a sun clock.

Salitre Magico

One of the most important, classic and the largest amusement parks of Bogota, Salitre Magico has 39 mechanical attractions and a few aquatic attractions. This popular tourist destination gives visitors an exciting and thrilling experience with its rollercoaster rides, bumping cars, unique castle of horror, flying swings and many other rides.

Bogota Planetarium

Located within the Independence Park, the Planetarium is home to the largest observatory in South America. Today the Planetarium consists of a dome-shaped projection screen, five interactive rooms, a built-in space museum, souvenir shop and modern café. The Planetarium is also a cultural center that showcases the culture of Bogota.

Cici Aquapark

Attracting a large audience, Cici Aquapark is the only water park in Bogota. The Cici Aquapark features a wave pool, a giant Jacuzzi, thrilling slides and a play pool for kids. Comprising of 21 water attractions, Cici Aquapark gives visitors a fun filled water experience while complying with safety standards.

Guadalupe Hill

Famously known as the sister of Monaserrate, a climb to the Guadalupe hill can be made by foot or vehicle. At the top of the Guadalupe Hill, visitors can enjoy amazing views of the city, observe the enormous statue of Vigen de Guadalupe and enjoy delicious food at the restaurants.

Estadio El Campin

The main stadium of Bogota, El Campin has a capacity of over 30,000. This stadium hosted the FIFA 2011 World Cup making it a world-renowned stadium. In addition to matches this stadium also hosts concerts and cultural events. Visitors to this stadium can take a stroll across its well-maintained grounds.

Centro Comercial Titan Plaza

A popular shopping mall and the third largest in Colombia, the Titan Plaza consists of four floors. Designed by Colombian architects the interior of this Plaza features a wildlife theme. This must-visit shopping center comprises supermarkets, an event plaza, department stores, eateries, cinemas, a terrace and a business center.

Quinta de Bolivar

A colonial-style house, Quinta de Bolivar is a Museum that showcases the life and times of the revolutionary Simon Bolivar. Tucked away among foothills, this Museum is located in a beautifully landscaped garden. This Museum exhibits portraits, antique furniture, tableware and weaponry. A visit herre will have visitors struck by its awe-inspiring beauty.