May 23, 2019 - May 24, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Located in the Andes Mountain Range, the capital of Columbia, Bogota, is a melting pot of people from all areas of the country. Known for its beautiful architecture and cobblestone streets in the city center, Bogota has become a popular tourist destination in South America.
When visiting Bogota, some of the must-see tourist stops include the Gold Museum, Iglesia de San Francisco, La Cathedral Primada, and the Museo Botero. You can see many of these sights and get some history of the area during one of the cultural or walking tours offered around the city. If you are interested in some of the natural landmarks, be sure to make a trip to Monserrate Mountain Sanctuary. For those looking for a little fun and excitement, you can spend the day at the Salitre Magico amusement park.
Whether you are looking to take advantage of less expensive accommodations or looking for 4-star hotels, you can find what you need using Skyscanner’s hotel search tool. The search tool will allow you to sort your results by star rating, chosen amenities, and price per night.
Most hotels in the area are located in the central part of the city and are between Carrera 1 and NQS highways, or along Avenida El Dorado.
Accommodations in Bogota can range from hostel like living quarters to 5-star hotels. On the lower price range, you can expect to pay between $13 and $40 per night. For more moderate to higher star rating hotels, you will pay anywhere from $65 to $170.
Many of the hotels in Bogota offer complimentary breakfast, pools, fitness centers, dining options, and free Wi-Fi. Some of the higher star accommodations offer spa services, fine dining options, and terrace views.
Columbia may have lower rates for the hotel rooms but they still have many 4 and 5-star hotel accommodations to add luxury to any trip. Some of the popular 4 and 5-star hotels include:
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Amazing city with so much culture. I stayed here for a month out of three months in Colombia (part of a much larger trip). Stayed in the quirky streets of La Candelaria, met lots of amazing locals who's hospitality is unrivalled, they showed me best spots for both locals and tourists. Highly recommend a visit here
everything here is well worth the trip. Colombia is a country of convenience and adventure, Rappi is happy to help with anything you might need without leaving the comfort of your own couch. You can spend a day climbing Monserrate or exploring the many malls. Good food is never far no matter where you are.
My favorite city. A place to go if you really want to test your Spanish skills. People there are so proud of their city and county. I recommend going to Monserrate to get a breathtaking view of the city. All the food is super economic even in what would be considered expensive restaurants. Also the food is great and the food is fresh. Like any othet city, you have to use common sense and be cautious. I'm sure there is something for anyone to love in Bogotá.
There are many sides to Bogotá, a sprawling city and the beating heart of Colombia. As long as you stay centrally located and avoid driving (this city is legendary for its horrendous traffic), you will enjoy its many facets, from the historic center of La Candelaria to the hip and trendy Zona Rosa. Despite its reputation for being unsafe, I found the city to be vibrant and comfortable at all hours of the day, although take precaution at night and keep an eye on your belongings. Bogota may not be the prettiest city at first sight, but dig around and you'll find plenty to love.