Capital of Colombia and its main city, Bogota has all the flavors, colors, culture and dynamics of the country. Eight million inhabitants, a population constituted by people from different regions of the country, enrich this mixture. Bogota offers activities and attractions for all visitors; art exhibitions, theater, sport, gastronomy, nightlife and shopping; the flavors of the gourmet G-Zone and Usaquen, the Colonial District La Candelaria, bars and restaurants at 93th Street Park and the T-Zone, shopping malls with worldwide upscale boutiques are just some of the plans to be experienced in the city.


Bogota is located in the center of the country on the Eastern Mountain Range, a branch of the American Andes, and on the Cundi-Boyacense plain in one of the most fertile and rich soils of the plateau. 4° 35’56”N and 74°04’51”W


Temperature ranges between 10 & 18ºC


2,640 meters above sea level


El Dorado International Airport

How to Get There?

Its airport receives direct flights from a great number of world cities and, of course, from inner cities too. By land, the city has several access roads: From the North coastal area, by the “Troncal del Magdalena” highway From the West, by the Pan-American Highway From the Eastern Plains, by the Villavicencio – Bogota highway