|Airport code||BOG||BOG is the airport IATA code on flights to Bogota|
|Top Airline||Avianca||Popular airline with flights to Bogota|
A city break in Colombia's high altitude capital, Bogota, offers an unforgettable cityscape of proud historical buildings, towering skyscrapers and leafy avenues overlooked by tall green peaks. It is a vast city and due to its rich historical background, there is plenty to see and do. Bogota's heritage can be seen in its enthralling historic quarter, founded in the 16th century, revealing a mélange of windy cobbled streets, brightly colored colonial buildings, arty cafes and museums. If you're looking for a more contemporary scene, the city's northern areas boast a thriving restaurant and night scene.
Bogota is a huge city, with an endless range of sights and attractions, however many of the city's important landmarks, museums and sights are located in and around the historic neighborhood, La Candelaria. A hike or a tram ride up Cerro de Monserrate affords wonderful views of the city, while the city's upmarket "zona G" and "zona rosa" areas are where you'll find some of the city's most popular night spots.
On a city break in Bogota you can:
Bogota's airport, El Dorado International Airport, is one of the biggest airports in Latin America, and acts as the country's main international gateway. It handles domestic and international flights to a wide range of destinations across the globe.
A number of different airlines operate flights to Bogota including: Avianca and Copa Airlines.
El Dorado International Airport is situated approximately 9 miles west of the city center.
The easiest and most convenient way to reach Bogota city center from the airport is to take a taxi. They can be picked up right outside the international terminal building.