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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.

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

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Deal Alert: Flights to South America for 44% Off on LAN & TAM

February 03, 2015 by Kristine Hansen

With summer heating up much of South America right now, it’s a good time to spring for a ticket to that continent. Luckily, both LAN and TAM just announced a ... Read More »


Where Travelers Can Celebrate National Coffee Day

September 25, 2014 by Karen Gardiner

For some of us, every day is unofficially Coffee Day, but the official National Coffee Day is just around the corner: September 29. Celebrate by pouring yourself ... Read More »


3 Tours, 3 Different Ways of Seeing Bogota

September 18, 2014 by Karen Gardiner

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

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 »

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