|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£202|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£191|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£233|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£273|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£175|
Flanked by the Colombian Andes and bursting with energy, Bogota is a city of rich diversity, balancing the old and the new with practiced ease. From graceful churches to thriving nightlife, upscale shopping to historic monuments, Bogota has something for every visitor. The myriad of bus and tour services ensure an excellent starting point from which travellers can explore Colombia itself; Bogota holidays provide Latin American adventure.
Bogoto has a subtropical highland climate, with December to March being the dry season. Bogota is serviced by El Dorado International Airport, just 20 minutes away via taxi, bus and car services. Once in Bogota, set your clock to GMT-5 and use public buses or rent a car to get around. When booking accommodation, consider La Candelaria, the colonial neighbourhood in the centre of the city, which is walking distance to many attractions.
Bogota holidays offer non-stop entertainment and activities for every holidaymaker. Shop, sightsee or eat your way along the terrace-lined downtown area of Chapinero, with its vibrant nightlife and busy streets. The historic La Candelaria - officially the first neighbourhood of the city - boasts centuries-old houses and cobblestone streets, historical squares and 500-year-old churches - truly the place to be for Bogota holidays.
The Gold Museum in central Bogota houses the famous Muisca Raft (Symbol of El Dorado), as well as other priceless treasures and artifacts. Sports fans enjoy El Occidente, which is home to Bogota's major sporting venues – the Football Stadium and the Olympic Water Complex are all within walking distance of each other. Culture lovers can enjoy an outdoor concert or festival at the city's biggest public park, Simón Bolívar, or immerse themselves in Bohemian life in the unique neighbourhood of La Macarena, where bull rings neighbour artisan cafes. Active holidaymakers can enjoy a cycling tour along one of the peaceful tree-lined paths, part of Latin America’s largest bicycle route network.