Thanks to the punctuality of the taxi service from Bogotá airport, you can avoid the long queues that form at the airport, and start visiting the city of a thousand contrasts. Bogotá is the capital of Colombia, as well as its most important city in the country.
It attracts 56% of all Colombian tourism, which means that this city is the obligatory stop for those who want to visit the country. The historical and cultural center of La Candelaria is perfect for the lovers of art and culture and it is also the area that hosts most of the hotels in Bogotá. With its 8 million inhabitants, in recent years a radical change has undergone, moving from a city marked by the scourge of smog and traffic, to a safe, clean and multicultural capital.
What to see in Bogotá
The capital of Colombia is full of tourist attractions, including historic locations, famous buildings, gardens, amusement parks and over 100 shopping centers. Among its attractions, we recommend the following:
- Botero Museum: Located in a beautiful colonial style villa, it hosts works not only by Fernando Botero, but by various world-famous artists.
- The Gold Museum of the Banco della Repubblica di Colombia: Opened in 1939, it hosts exhibitions on gold and pre-Columbian stones.
- Bogotá Botanical Garden: A very peaceful place with a variety of very interesting plants.