- Colors of Bogota Slide 1 of 3: Bogota’s colors are predominantly green and red — green from the lush parks and Andes mountain forests, and red from the rich color of the many brick buildings that dot the landscape.
- Plaza de Bolivar Slide 2 of 3: The main plaza in Bogota located in the heart of the historical area, Plaza de Bolivar (named after Simon Bolivar) is a popular meeting spot and home to festivals and gatherings.
- Cerro de Monserrate Slide 3 of 3: Visitors to Bogota shouldn’t miss a chance to trek to the top of the mountain — via cable car, funicular railway or by foot — and take in the view at the summit.
Browse historic sites, enjoy fine dining and outstanding shopping, or spend the night dancing the rumba. For an unforgettable stay, walk along the ancient cobblestone streets, ride a cable car up Mount Monserrate, or visit the world-famous Gold Museum. From impressive art to 16th-century cathedrals, the area is rich with intriguing places to explore.
Nature enthusiasts can delight in the many outdoor activities and one-of-a-kind natural and man-made wonders. Paraglide over the capital city, hop on a horse to discover surrounding landscapes, or take a bike tour through fascinating neighborhoods.
Delta Vacations packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta Air Lines® to El Dorado International Airport (BOG). Round-trip transfers between the airport and Bogota hotels are included in your Delta Vacations flight and hotel package. We also offer tours you can add to your package, such as a coffee plantation tour and a Montserrate city tour.