Bogotá, Colombia's capital, is a high-altitude city that's set more than 2500m above sea level amidst towering mountains. With its magnificent museums and beautiful churches, cultural events, shopping, restaurants and thriving nightlife, Bogotá is at the cultural centre of Colombia. Book your holiday package to Bogotá with Direct Flights International today.
Bogotá, Colombia's capital, is a high-altitude city that's set more than 2500m above sea level amidst towering mountains. Founded by Spanish conquistadors in 1538, Bogotá has a long and colourful history as the capital of Spain's New Granada colony and of Colombia following its independence. In addition to being a high-altitude city, Bogotá is also a high-octane city: it's Colombia's largest city, the country's educational centre and now, with improved safety measures, it is becoming one of Latin America's premier cities.
With its magnificent museums and beautiful churches, cultural events, shopping, restaurants and thriving nightlife, Bogotá is at the cultural centre of Colombia. Because the city is centrally located, accommodation in Bogotá can be used as a base to explore Colombia's many attractions. The city itself has plenty of things to see and do, and it’s all waiting for you to explore. Direct Flights International books cheap flights to Bogotá from all over the world, so whether you'll be flying out of the United States, South Africa or Australia, we can set up all your discount travel needs.
Bogotá is a fascinating mixture of colonial and ultra-modern architecture. The city is one of the southern hemisphere’s principal centres for the arts, with architects and artists leaving their marks throughout the city. Many travellers on holidays to Bogotá spend some time at historic La Candelaria, a district full of cafés, churches and museums. The annual Carnaval de Bogotá, held each Ausgust to celebrate Bogotá’s founding, is a festival featuring parades, regional music, dance and foods - a great opportunity to experience local colour and culture. Expoartesanias provides the opportunity to purchase traditional and modern Indian and Afro-Colombian fiber, fabric, wood, silver, gold, ceramic and stone handicrafts. And the bullfights held at the Plaza de Toros are a cultural experience of another type. Direct Flights International can help you experience Bogotá for yourself, providing cheap flights to Bogotá as well as car hire, and discount accommodations in Bogotá.
The astonishing Museo de Oro (The Gold Museum) is the most important of its kind in the world. It showcases a collection of pre-Columbian gold from the indigenous Calima, Tayrona, Sinu, Muisca, Tolima and Tumaco cultures. Gold masks, collars, bracelets, and pectorals are on display, and there are more than 33,000 items in the museum's collection. The Church of Santa Clara, from the colonial era, now houses a museum and concert hall, and also features a wonderful collection of religious art. Direct Flights International can fulfill your discount travel needs to Bogotá and beyond. Direct Flights International is offers discount travel around the world. Whether you’d like to travel to South America, Europe, Asia or elsewhere, Direct Flights International books hundreds of coveted destinations.
Just outside the city is the shrine of Monserrate, located on a mountain that offers spectacular views of Bogotá. And the unique underground salt mine Cathedral of Zipaquira and the spectacular Andean jungle Tequendama Falls are fairly near as well.
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