Bogota Flights Guide
Bogota is an exotic, diverse city in the country of Colombia. With its over 7.3 million residents, the city is both the largest and the capital of Colombia. Not only is this city a sprawling metropolis, it is home to hundreds of great attractions for visitors, including the Botero Museum, Mount Monserrate, the ornate interior of the Iglesia de San Francisco, or swim in the sky-blue waters of the Laguna de Guatavita (where the legend of El Dorado was thought to have originated).
This historic city has many other attractions, like the historic neighborhood of La Candelaria (which is home to ancient churches and quaint shops), the massive Jardin Botanico Jose Celestino Mutis (a botanical garden with over 5,000 exotic orchids); plan a trip to the Museo Nacional (this museum is the oldest in Colombia and features a huge collection of ancient artifacts and modern pieces as well), or take the whole family to Divercity, an amusement park that features activities like learning to put out a fire or driving a car. There’s also Parque Central Simon Bolivar, the largest park in the city and a scenic place for hiking, biking or walking.
Bogota has dozens of great restaurants; be sure to try Matiz and sample their fusion cuisine that highlights the flavors of Colombia, Mediterranean and Pacific Rim; another to try is La Taperia that offers classic Spanish cuisine like their signature tapas dish and white wine Sangria. For more classic Spanish food, have a bite at Tabula, or try out Italian cuisine at Trattoria Nuraghe. Other popular Bogota restaurants are Tapas Macarena, Horacio Barbato, the 69 Oyster Bar, and the DiVino Swiss House (for wonderful and authentic Swiss cuisine).
After lunch or before dinner, check out one of Bogota’s shopping centers, such as the Centro Comercial Andino (with upscale shops and boutiques), the Hacienda Santa Barbara (that features a chic, affluent atmosphere with lots of upscale shops and retailers), or plan a visit to the sprawling Unicentro shopping complex that is located in the affluent northern area of Bogota.
Getting around Bogota is easy, as the city offers a nice variety of transportation options. You can use the rapid transit system (known as the TransMilenio), bus service, and bicycling is popular within the city. For air travel, Bogota’s main airport is El Dorado International Airport, located west of Downtown; the secondary airports are the Guaymaral Airport and Catam.
Flights to Bogota
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Bogota Travel Facts
- Bogota, Colombia connects to 159 airports worldwide.
- The shortest flight from Bogota is 52 miles to Villavicencio on Aires.
- The longest flight from Bogota is 5633 miles to Frankfurt on Lufthansa.
- Avianca - Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia fly to 54 destinations including Yopal from Bogota.
- LAN Airlines fly to 24 destinations including Yopal from Bogota.
- Aires fly to 21 destinations including Yopal from Bogota.
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Bogota Airlines & Flight Schedules
- Avianca - Aerovias Nacionales de Colombia fly from Bogota to Arauca and 54 other cities including Yopal.
- LAN Airlines fly from Bogota to Armenia and 24 other cities including Yopal.
- Aires fly from Bogota to Armenia and 21 other cities including Yopal.
- Phuket Air fly from Bogota to Arauca and 19 other cities including Yopal.
- Copa Airlines fly from Bogota to Barranquilla and 16 other cities including Santa Marta.
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