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Average Flying Time10 hours 34 mins (Avg)
Airline FlyingIberian Airlines, TAM Airlines, TAP Portugal, Air France, Lufthansa
Average Flying Kms8499 km (Avg)
Best Time to TravelDecember, January, February and March
Time Zone UTC/GMT -5 hours
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 2,763.84 COP
Modes of TransportBus,tram,buseta,Taxi,Bicycle
Why Fly to Bogota
Top 10 Places to Visit
A destination itself, this is the historic portion of Downtown Bogota which features some of the oldest architectures, churches, buildings, libraries and museums. An interesting place for both history enthusiasts and other inquisitive travellers.
One of the most prominent museums in Colombia, the museum is home to over 30,000 pieces in gold, stone, shell, and wood. The three-floor museum is an interesting place to visit while wandering about the historic neighbourhood.
A renowned place for pilgrimages, Monserrate also attracts throngs of tourists to the hilltop. Enjoy scenic sights on your way to the summit on a funicular ride, on an aerial tramway or simply by a climbing adventure.
A great place to be for art lovers and architectural buffs. The museum showcases an enormous collection of the famous painter/sculptor – Fernando Botero. Pay a visit to see a great compilation of masterpieces in different forms of art.
One of the oldest surviving churches in Colombia, it is notable for its intricate design architecture. Built in 1556, the church is located close to the Gold Museum.
Noteworthy for the mahogany altar and its intricate carvings, the church is a popular landmark. Many history enthusiasts and architectural buffs visit this popular religious site.
A must visit place while holidaying in Bogota, Plaza Bolivar is the main city square with an enormous statue of Simon Bolivar. The Cathedral, City Hall, Palace of Justice and National Capitol surround the massive city square.
A remarkable landmark in the city, especially for architectural buffs, the palace is an epitome of a variety of art works from different eras. Official residence of the President of Colombia, it is located in the historic neighbourhood of Bogotá.
One of the greatest sights in vicinity in Plaza Bolivar is the Palace of Justice. The amazing building is the symbol of justice to the country and worth a visit for its gigantic size.
A declared national monument in Colombia, it is regarded as one of the best representations of Neo-classical architectures and a place never missed by the discerning architecture lovers.