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Located on an extensive plain at 2,600 meters above sea level, it is a city of seven million people from all regions of Colombia, as diverse as the entire country.To get to know Bogota, it is necessary to visit several times. It is impossible to appreciate all that the city has to offer in one trip.The former Santafé de Bogotá has become a modern and democratic city with wide public spaces, an efficient transportation system, the largest network of bicycle routes in Latin America and an architecture of contrasts, a product of more than four centuries of urban history. Art, recreation, sport and education are modernized in Bogota and at the same time, tourism grows.
Its shopping centers, extraordinary gastronomy, nightlife, permanent cultural, educational and entertainment programs make Bogotá a welcoming tourist destination. Bogota is the ideal tourist spot from where you start to get to know Colombia. The country's extensive road network converges in the capital and from its airport practically all regions can be reached.
Bogotá is located in the center of the country, in the Eastern part of the Savannah of Bogota. The rivers of Bogotá, which make up the Salto de Tequendama to the South, form valleys with flourishing populations whose inhabitants dedicate themselves to agriculture, cattle raising and artisanal production.
The most surprising fact of a visit to the Colombian capital, a bustling city with 7 million inhabitants, is to discover that it has left behind its reputation of insecurity and violence to become one of the most enjoyable places for tourism throughout the country. Located at 2,640 meters altitude, the city has a nice historic center of cobbled streets and houses from the colonial period. Bogotá also houses some of the most impressive museums in all of South America, such as the must-see Museo del Oro and the Museo de Botero, testimonies of both its rich past and irreverent present. At the foot of Mount Monserrate, from where you have beautiful panoramic views of the region, the city is not exactly beautiful, but has a pleasant atmosphere in its bars and restaurants, parks and streets. Today, it is considered one of the most secure Latin American metropolises.
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