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Why Fly to Bogota?
Colombia’s capital city is an exciting metropolis with a rich, and at times turbulent history. There are many fascinating museums in Bogotá, a number of which explore the city’s past in colourful detail. Beautiful churches, peaceful plazas and crumbling colonial buildings are architectural remnants of days gone by, but the city hasn’t stood still. Its vibrancy and dynamism are marked by impressive skyscrapers, first-class international dining and cosmopolitan nightlife. You can use Travelzoo’s SuperSearch to find cheap flights to Bogotá.
Flying to Bogota from the UK
Flights from the UK to Bogotá involve one or more stops. From London Heathrow, there are one-stop flights to Bogotá via a number of airports including Paris, Houston, Madrid, New York and Miami, depending on which airline you choose to fly with. It is possible to get some of the cheapest deals on these one-stop flights. One-stop flights are also available from airports including Manchester, Edinburgh, Belfast and Bristol. Flights with two stops are available from many more UK airports, though these tend to tend to be more expensive.
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Which Airlines Fly to Bogota?
A good number of airlines fly to Bogotá from UK airports, usually with one or more stops. From London Heathrow to Bogotá, Air France offer flights via Paris, Continental Airlines go via Houston, Iberia stop in Madrid, while American Airlines and British Airways both go via Miami Downtown. Other airlines offering indirect flights to Bogotá from UK airports include Delta, United and KLM.
Mini Travel Guide to Bogota
To get a sense of the scale of the city, join pilgrims on a trek up to the white church on the Cerro de Monserrate. The mountain summit is more than 3000 metres high and can be seen from almost all of the city. While the walk is steep, it is worth it for panoramic views of Bogotá. If it sounds like too much work, it is possible to get to the top by cable car or funicular. For a taste of Bogotá’s colonial past, head to the central La Candelaria district. Here you will find narrow cobbled streets, historic squares and beautiful churches. Highlights of the colonial district include the city’s main square, the Plaza de Bolivar, which is home to the Catedral Primada. The Museo del Oro (Gold Museum) is a glittering collection of pre-Hispanic gold. Exhibitions explore the religious and political symbolism of gold and look at its ceremonial uses. Northern Bogotá is the place to go for the city’s best shopping, finest restaurants and high-end boutique hotels.
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