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Bogota is one city that will surely surprise all. The relatively unexplored destination in Columbia is catching the fancy of travel aficionados and is beginning to make a mark on the world tourism industry. Many virgin locations yet to be discovered in the city are simply fantastic and mind blowing. The city is fast catching up with its other counterparts in terms of travel and tourism. At present, it is on the list of 30 largest world cities. The city is also famous for being home to the world’s largest moorland, which is situated in the Sumapaz neighborhood. There is a lot for the travelers to uncover of this beautiful city. Travelers will not once regret their decision to explore its gorgeous locales, and breathtaking panorama. 

Bogota City is a perfect place to locate the must visits in the enchanting city. Some of the names that feature on this list include Torre Colpatria, Gold Museum, Maloka Museum, Monserrate, Colombian National Museum, Bogotá Botanical Garden, Bolívar Square, and Bolívar Square. These places appeal and attract not only the locals but outsiders too. Gold Museum, established in the year 1939, is a popular destination for art lovers and foreigners visiting the capital city. This museum delves into the pre-Hispanic work. The collection displayed here is in fact the largest in the world. Other prominent exhibits include textile, wood, stone, and pottery. Bogotá Botanical Garden or José Celestino Mutis botanical garden is the country’s largest botanical garden. It is one of the favorite hotspots for the ones who wish to enjoy some time away from the hustle bustle of the city life. A variety of plants from the entire country is displayed here. It is a nice place for a family outing.

January through March, June through August, September, and December are the months that are most congenial for a family trip to the city of Bogota. The weather around this time is nice and the city comes alive with the chirping of tourists flocking to its premises from all parts of the world.

The city does not disappoint anyone in terms of its culinary offerings. Sant Just Traiteur, DiVino Swiss House, La Cocina de Rochi, Andres Carne de Res, Matiz, Tanoshii Lounge & Sushi Bar, Pimento Cucina Italiana, Mini Mal, La Mina Steak & Lobster, Tapas Macarena, La Taperia, and La Gloria Sabores de Mar y Tierra are some of the most popular eating joints in the city. Pimento Cucina Italiana is a popular destination for the Italian food lovers. The chefs here experiment with the flavors yet keep the authentic Italian touch alive. The food, ambiance, and service together make this place a decent one to head for a hearty meal.

Delta Air Lines, Copa Airlines, LAN Airlines, Aeromexico, TAM Airlines, Lufthansa, Iberia, and Air France provide business class flights to Bogota from destinations across the Americas and Europe.

Cheap hotels in Bogota are located around the neighborhoods of Avenida Carrera, Calle 14, Avenida Calle 82, Transversal 6, Calle 11, Bis # 84, Calle 109, Calle 69B, Calle 93, and Calle 94.