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Considering Colombia as your next holiday destination? Then you will most likely land in Bogota, before taking off for the tropical paradises of Barranquilla and Cartagena. Worth a few days stay at least, Bogota will enchant you with its Latin sounds and the friendliness of its locals. Savvy travelers aware of the vibrancy and verve of this contemporary metropolis have turned Bogota into a destination on the rise. Surprised? Bogota has been ranked up there with Dubai, San Francisco or Berlin as an exciting destination city. With eleven million people in the metropolitan area, Bogota is the third most populated city in America after Mexico City and New York. The wealth of landmarks, attractions, cultural and nightlife choices that Bogota offers is a magnet for those searching for an experience off the beaten path in a country with an amazing variety of landscapes and climates. Bogota Hotels

And as one would expect from a world capital, the hotel and restaurant options are staggering, ready to satisfy different budgets and travel styles. When looking to book your all-inclusive Bogota package you are going to feel welcomed by the sheer variety the city offers. Luxury hotels of well-known hotel brands such as Hilton, Marriot, Holiday Inn and Lancaster House cater to the most demanding business and seasoned travelers of the world. If you would like to surprise your partner with a romantic environment, then boutique hotels such as Hotel Casa Deco, Hotel de la Opera and Hotel Boutique Alma are sure to charm her with their unique décor coupled with extraordinary service. On the other hand, our all-inclusive family holidays in Bogota and all-inclusive luxury hotel packages for senior and solo travelers are your best choice to save up some cash.

Now that you checked yourself into your all-inclusive hotel for a few days, where shall you go first and how to prioritize among the sheer amount of attractive places to visit in Bogota? A combination of sightseeing and outdoor activities is your best option. Our suggested starting point is La Candelaria, the Old Town in Bogota where many of the main museums and landmarks have gathered since the XVI century. In a small radius you are going to find the Botero Foundation, the Museum of Gold, the Bolivar Square and the Coin House to please the history buffs among you. Outdoor lovers will feel drawn to the Mount Montserrate, a natural gazebo high above the city that provides exceptional panoramic views and some of the best visual memories you will treasure from your stay in Bogota. The Laguna de Guatavita is the crane of the legend of El Dorado and a must-see for its natural beauty. Another great day out can be spent at the Botanical Gardens named after Jose Celestino Mutis to see the best tropical and exotic flowers.

Dining options are top-notch in Bogota, and you can kill two birds in one go by visiting Andres Carne de Res (where the beef is at), a restaurant and nightclub that keeps packing them up every night with succulent dishes that will not shrink your pockets. It goes without saying that Bogota nightlife can keep you enmeshed in any of the dozens of Latin music discos or salsatecas where you will shake your leg all night long! ll find the best shopping malls and boutiques in town. Colombian textiles are one of their main exports, you could get the most welcomed holiday gifts in one of these shops or as an alternative, you can go browsing in the Usaquen Flea Market, held every Sunday in a charming colonial square in a residential area. Resorts Colombia is your one stop to Bogota this season. Book one of our all-inclusive vacation packages in a Bogota hotel with confidence. Our secure reservation system takes care of your information for your complete peace of mind. Get your all-inclusive Colombia vacation today and discover this hidden gem in the Andes.
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