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Bogotá tourist plans |

Bogotá is a geographical region of Colombia, located in the department of Cundinamarca, in the center of the country, being the capital, it is the third highest capital and with an age of more than 500 years. It is highly developed where within its economy is industry and finance. In Bogotá, different landscapes and cultures will be discovered.

The Bogotá Tour lasts 4 days 3 nights.


4 days

3 nights

Land departure from Medellin


Per person is:

Adult $800,000 in accommodation (with more than one bed)

Children older than 5 years $700,000

Children under 5 years of age $100,000 (they travel loaded, sleep with parents and do not include food, among others.)


Transport in vehicles according to the number of people

Visits in:

-Parque la 93
-Lodging 3 nights in hotel
-Meals: breakfast and lunch (nightly).
-Guide during the tour
-Medical assistance card
-Family environment


Wear comfortable clothes, carry small luggage, do not use valuable objects during the tours.

No pets.

Have the original identity documents for hotel registration. Including the documents of minors for hotel registration.

Bogota Tourism |

Bogota Tourism

Bogotá was founded over 500 years ago by the Spanish colonizer Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada. It is the third highest capital on the planet.

Colombia’s largest economic center and foreign investment. One of the best in Latin America, a business center where large companies are made.

The name of Bogotá comes from the indigenous language.

Bogotá is located in the savannah, on the altiplano, and mountainous areas of 3000 meters high. It has wetlands and swamps.

Its largest river is the Bogotá River.

Metropolitan area are the municipalities and towns of Soacha, Zipaquirá, Facatativá, Cota, Chía, Mosquera, Madrid, Funza, Cajicá, Sibaté, Tocancipá, La Calera, Sopó, Tabio, Tenjo, Gachancipá and Bojacá.

It has more than 9 million inhabitants.

Bogotá has a temperate climate.

More than 8 million people live in Bogotá, with 20 towns (Usaquén, Chapinero, Santa Fe, San Cristóbal, Usme, Tunjuelito, Bosa, Kennedy, Fontibón, Engativá, Suba, Barrios Unidos, Teusaquillo, Los Mártires, Antonio Nariño, Puente Aranda, La Candelaria, Rafael Uribe Uribe, Ciudad Bolívar, Sumapaz) and 2000 neighborhoods, it is the financial center and with 70% of Colombia’s businesses. It is located 2,600 meters above sea level, with an average climate of 14 degrees. It is located in the Sumapaz moor, the largest on the planet. It is surrounded by mountains and the Bogotá River. Its metropolitan area (La Calera, Sopó, Tabio, Tenjo, Gachancipá and Bojacá, Soacha, Zipaquirá, Facatativá, Cota, Chía, Mosquera, Madrid, Funza, Cajicá, Sibaté and Tocancipá)

Some interesting places

The park at 93
Bolivar Square
The Museum of the Bank of the Republic
Quevedo’s fountain
The Candelaria

Bogotá is where there are the most international companies in Colombia, and it also has 5% of Colombia’s companies (approximately 300,000 companies). It has one of the most used airports in Latin America. It has a good quality of life and the potential to do business. The industry acquires its main elements from Villavicencio. Its main exports are to Europe and North America.

People with origins from other cities in Colombia live in Bogotá, these have influenced cultural traditions. It has the tallest buildings in Colombia, El BD Bacatá, Torres Atrio and Torre Colpatria. It has more than 86 museums and 68 art galleries, more than 39 theaters. It has many parks, and the largest is El Parque Metropolitano Simón Bolívar. There are many restaurants, and their original dish is ajiaco and tamale. 50% of foreign tourists in Colombia visit Bogotá.

The functions that individuals perform in the midst of their trips and stays in places other than their routine area in a few months or days, for recreation, business, among others.

Historical tourism

Old age
In Greece they became interested in leisure, and they used their rest time in sports, culture and fun.
In the middle of the Roman Empire, citizens visited hot springs.
Middle Ages
Religious pilgrimages were what was used.
Modern age
Pilgrimages continue, visits to hot springs, mud baths for health and some beaches for doctor’s instructions.
Contemporary age
Rest trips began, the steam engine changed the form of transportation, where only animals were transported, the use of steam in maritime transport reduced space time. Maritime transport and ecological tourism are going viral. Much later they invented the airplane, increasing the pace of tourism.

The most visited countries are:

Are you planning a trip to Bogota for the first time? If so, you may find the process a little hectic. There are so many things to consider that you may not know where to start!

If visiting Bogota is just one part of a larger trip, we recommend planning Bogota first and scheduling the other part of your itinerary later.

Decide what time of year you want to visit Bogota and for how long

Throughout the year, the temperature varies from 15 °C to 31 °C.

How many days to spend in Bogota?
Once you’ve decided when to visit, you need to consider how long. We are frequently asked how many days to spend in Bogota. A minimum of 3 days would be ideal as this will give you the opportunity to see some of the main parks.

Decide your budget

Consider how much to budget for what could be the first of many visits, or a once-in-a-lifetime trip.
Bogota is not that expensive and you may be wondering how much it costs to go to Bogota.
We recommend budgeting approximately $200,000 (USD$50) per day, per person, after paying for the trip. Of course, you can spend more or less, but our last trip showed us that this value is an initial element.

Book flights

Plan how you will get to Bogota.
If you are in America, Europe, Oceania, Asia or Africa, the normal thing is by plane.
Flights from airlines such as Aeromexico, Air Europa, American Airlines, Arajet, Avianca, Copa, Jet blue, Jetsmart, Latam, United, Spirit, Wingo arrive in Medellin.

Then from Medellin to Bogota, by land.

Book accommodation

Where to stay in Bogota

It is something difficult for many people when planning their trip to Bogota. We know that choosing where to stay in a city you haven’t visited before can be exhausting. Analyze the value of accommodation in Bogota, the area and the right accommodation for your travel group, travel class and travel budget. That’s why if you get a Colombia Plans Pass you don’t need to think much about it.

Itinerary planning

Prioritize the list into things you must do and things you would like to do

Book tours, attractions, experiences and activities

If this is your first visit to Bogota and you plan to visit many of the places and attractions, it may pay to invest in a Colombia Plans Pass.

Pre-departure advice

These are things you may want to consider months before departure.

How to connect to Wi-Fi
We are frequently asked what the options are to connect to the Internet in Bogota. It is available in many places, such as cafes, museums, and many hotels.

• Buy a SIM card before you leave or when you arrive in Colombia

Decide what to pack
It is practical to be prepared for your adventure in Bogota.
Some objects to take into account are:
• Comfortable tennis shoes
• Adapter or connector
• Anti-theft bags

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