48 Hours In Bogota, Colombia

Did you know that on Sunday’s, some of Bogota’s main streets are closed to cars and only open to those using leg power, whether walking, cycling, probably even rollerblading?

Is Colombia the next tourism hotspot?

Until recently, Colombia has had a bit of a reputation, the drug cartels and violence scared all but the most intrepid of travellers away. That is now changing and as people start to discover the wonderful places to see in the country, tourism is set to boom, very soon.


Globe Road Warrior

This post is from Henry on his excellent site Globe Road Warrior. As an expert in business travel, he is used to seeing as much as possible in a limited window.

“Bogota is the beautiful capital city of Colombia with a wealth of things to do and see. ¬†If you’re visiting for a short period of time or just flying thru, this post will give you some ideas of where to go.”

So if you are planning a trip to Bogota or a Colombian itinerary, be sure to read 48 hours in Bogota first to discover some great tips and insights into the country, such as best not hire a car for a city drive on a Sunday.

Streets of Bogota close on a sunday

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