Bogota

4 Days

“The metropolis of Colombia”. With more than seven million of people, Bogotá is the city with more multicultural diversity of Colombia, combining the ancient part with the modern one, becoming the heart of the center of the country and being 2,600 meters closer to the stars. 

Trip Facts

  • Available
  • Single, Double or Triple
  • Spanish
  • Colombian Pesos
  • Suitable for a variety of conditions
  • Yes

Overview

“The metropolis of Colombia”. With more than seven million of people, Bogotá is the city with more multicultural diversity of Colombia, combining the ancient part with the modern one, becoming the heart of the center of the country and being 2,600 meters closer to the stars.

Trip Highlights

  • Candelaria Historical Center Tour - Gold Museum

Itinerary

Candelaria Historical Center Tour - Gold Museum (Pick up and drop off at theHotel)

Includes/Excludes

Includes

  • Transfer Airport - Hotel - Airport
  • Accommodation 4 Days 3 Nights, according to the selected accommodation. In premium category hotel
  • Breakfast per night
  • Candelaria Historical Center Tour - Gold Museum (Pick up and drop off at the Hotel)
  • Medical Assistance Card

Excludes

  • 19% VAT on accommodation is paid directly at the hotel
  • Hotel insurance
  • Mini bar
  • Optional Tours not included
  • Personal expenses
  • Expenses not stipulated in the program
Weather in Bogotá

Bogotá has a mild climate due to its high elevation, with temperatures ranging from 45°F to 65°F (7°C to 18°C) throughout the year. It’s often described as spring-like weather, but with occasional rain showers, so it’s advisable to bring layers and a waterproof jacket.

Visa requirements

Most visitors to Bogotá do not need a visa for short stays (up to 90 days) if they are citizens of countries that have visa exemption agreements with Colombia. However, it’s essential to check specific requirements based on your nationality before traveling.

Safety in Bogotá

Bogotá is generally safe for tourists, but like any major city, it’s essential to remain cautious, especially in crowded tourist areas and at night. Keep your belongings secure, be aware of your surroundings, and use reputable transportation options.

Must-visit attractions

Some of the must-visit attractions in Bogotá include the historic La Candelaria neighborhood, Monserrate Hill, Gold Museum (Museo del Oro), Botero Museum, and Plaza Bolívar.

Currency and money exchange

The currency in Colombia is the Colombian Peso (COP). Money can be exchanged at the airport, banks, exchange offices (casas de cambio), or ATMs throughout the city.

Cultural customs

Colombians are known for their warmth and hospitality. It’s customary to greet people with a handshake and maintain eye contact during conversations. Tipping is also common in restaurants and for other services.

Local cuisine

Some local dishes to try include bandeja paisa, ajiaco soup, arepas, empanadas, and Colombian coffee. Bogotá also offers a diverse range of international cuisine in its restaurants and cafes.

Tap water

It’s generally safe to drink tap water in Bogotá as it undergoes treatment. However, some travelers prefer to drink bottled water for peace of mind.

Public transportation

Bogotá has an extensive public transportation system, including buses and the TransMilenio bus rapid transit system. Taxis and ride-sharing services like Uber are also available for getting around the city.

Packing essentials

Pack layers for varying weather conditions, including a waterproof jacket or umbrella for rain showers. Comfortable walking shoes, a travel adapter for electrical outlets, and any necessary medications should also be included in your packing list.

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