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Bogotá — Now that low-cost JetBlue and Spirit fly to the capital alongside most major U.S. airlines, Bogotá is opening up to a diverse crowd intent on discovering one of South America’s great cities. Colombia’s capital has big attractions like Gold and Botero Museums and the Salt Cathedral, a restaurant scene that is better than the more talked about one in Cartagena, and neighborhoods that are increasingly gentrifying.

Why Go

Cutting-edge museums, bohemian enclaves, one of Latin America’s best restaurant scenes, and a growing number of stylish accommodations.

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3 Tours, 3 Different Ways of Seeing Bogota

September 18, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

We already covered how you can explore the Colombian capital with a $20 bicycle tour, but that is just one way to see Bogotá. Here are three more tours to sign ... Read More »


Checking In: EK Hotel, Bogota

September 12, 2014 by Karen Gardiner Dion

Open since October of 2013,EK Hotel is a modern boutique hotel in one of Bogotá's ritziest neighborhoods. Within a few minutes' walk, you'll find restaurants, ... Read More »


Bogotá: Exploring the Colombian Capital on Two Wheels for $20

April 02, 2014 by Lisa Hubner

Biking is big in Colombia. So big that its capital city’s weekly Ciclovía event is now attended by up to three million people -- or more than a third of the ... Read More »


Take a Java Journey: Five Destinations for Great Coffee

November 27, 2013 by Blane Bachelor

Coffee, one of the world’s most universally beloved drinks, offers a taste of local culture with every sip, in whatever form it's served (small but strong, ... Read More »


5 Tourism Campaigns We Love

September 09, 2013 by Alex Schechter

When was the last time you were inspired to visit a destination based on a commercial you saw on TV, or a poster ad in the subway? Savvy tourism marketing ... Read More »

Bogotá Advice


“Invest in a strong, yet lightweight bag that’s in accordance with the bulk of airlines’ carry-on allowances.”

Jim Sherman Founder and Chairman

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