Bogota is the capital and largest city in Colombia with well over 7 million people living in the city and more than 10 million in the metropolitan area.
From the Bogota Travel Guide
A very good and safety place to choose as a rest house in Bogota. Easy to arrive fron the airport and close to the transmilenio transport. The best l like it was nobody smoke there. Very nice furniture old style and beauty pictures on the wall. ... more
This area is near 4 universities so there is a lot of young people here. Very close to Monserrat (church on a hill) so there is a lot to do and check out. The staff at the hostel is exactly what others have written. It truly is more like staying at someone's home. They take care of you and are interested in getting to know you. ... more
It was a very nice place to stay, near to everything, 200 m to the transmilenio station (like a metro), the owners are very nice people, it was like stay at home for me, the girl that work there is very nice and beauty, the rooms very clean and well desing, i recommend a 100% this place ... more
Quito - Bogota by bus
Hi all, I'd like to know what are the options for going to Bogota, from Quito,Ecuador by land. How much does the bus ticket cost ? How long does it take ? Is it a safe trip ? Thanks in advance, JP ...
Bs AIRES to BOGOTA
hello everyone. the two of us are traveling from Buenos Aires starting the end of this august, we have about 3 weeks to get to Bogota, Colombia and would like to see as much as possible without being rushed. Any suggestion of routes to take, and definitely unmissable stops on this trip? we are looking ...
Place to stay in Bogota?
Hello I really need a good cheap place to stay in Bogota for two weeks to a month for six people. Any ideas? Some can sleep on the floor! nothing fancy just clean and basic. closer to the city center the better! Thanks, I really appreciate any help. ice ...
30/12/09 - 01/01/2010 Bogota, Colombia We spend New Year´s eve and New Year´s Day at Michael´s friend Diana´s house. Diana and her family are very nice and generous to let us stay in their home. We spend most of the time at Diana´s house partying. I am jealous of how good Colombians are at dancing ...
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