Rosales Plaza Bogota

Calle 71 Nro 5 Calle 47, Bogota, Colombia
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Tight Connection

by Jase1177

Hello - I thought I would pose this question just in case someone has had experience in this issue. I am looking at flight from Washington, DC to Lima, Peru and found flights on the return on Avianca Aerovias via Bogota. The connection on the flights is only 35 min. Normally, I wouldn't choose such a tight connection, but it seems like a regular part of the schedule. Has anyone has such a tight connection in Bogota and/or aboard Avianca Aerovias? Although I may be able to get myself onboard, I doubt my luggage would make the connection. Thank you for any input!

Re: Tight Connection

by nhoolb

That's a valid question....I see indeed that Avianca gives that as a connection when you look at their website.

You are right, YOU may make it, but your luggage.....Connecting internationally in Bogota is very simple and efficient. I have seen that (not personally experienced it though).

My experience though is that Avianca is (has become) quite efficient, also with (lost/delayed) luggage.

I travel frequently to/within Colombia (and Lima) and use Avianca (and AeroRepublica as well as others) and am quite satisfied with them.

Wonder, with you, about experiences from others in this particular case....if that's of any help to you....

Re: Tight Connection

by Jase1177

Thank you very much for the information. I just purchased a relatively inexpensive flight on TACA via San Salvador, El Salvador; therefore, I will not get to experience the Bogota connection. Happy travels!

Re: Tight Connection

by nhoolb

Good! You too happy travels.
TACA is a good option!

Re: Tight Connection

by Roysta

I also believe you made the right choice.
I'll be flying with Avianca a few times early next year.
I happened to discuss with a call centre officer exactly what you were asking.
Going from international to domestic even with Avianca for both you would miss check-in and your luggage wouldn't be with you.

Re: Tight Connection

by Jase1177

Excellent! Thank you for the reassurance!

Happy travels!

Re: Tight Connection

by nhoolb

To be precise: yes, connecting from International to Domestic with Avianca cannot be done in 35 mins.
1)- the need to pass immigration, pick up luggage and pass customs
2)- the need to go from the El Dorado terminal to the Puente Aereo terminal (Avianca arranges transport)

See my Colombia/Bogota transportation page.

International to International stays within the El Dorado terminal.
Just arrived (3 days ago) in Bogota from Caracas by Avianca. Several pax onboard connecting to Quito. They were being met by AV staff and immediately directed to their gate.

I travel at least 2 x a year to BOG, using AV and P5/CM frequently.

But as said earlier, TACA is a very good alternative.

Re: Tight Connection

by teatom

HI, once I had a tight connection of 1o min in Caracas to Bogota. and everything went alrigth. It was surprised myself. God luck

Travel Tips for Bogotá

When visiting Bogota don't...

by vela_candela

When visiting Bogota don't miss LA CANDELARIA: it's the colonial downtown of the city with loads of cultural activities. The tour includes Plaza de Bolivar where you can have a glimpse at the cathedral, the mayor house, the presidential house and the Ministerio de Defensa; Chorro de Quevedo where loads of bohemians meet and sometimes there are live concerts in the plaza, Museo del Oro where you can see original pieces in gold from the prehispanic time, Museo Nacional used to be a prision and now it holds the story of the country, Quinta de Bolivar, Teatro Colon and Monserrate.

Caught criminals

by Saringuis

Something I saw in Bogota and had never seen before, was somewhat a bit shocking. The police had caught a street criminal and was taking him to (probably) the station or jail. Ok, no big deal, seen that plenty of times... The thing is; this criminal wasn't put in the back of a police van or a car like most Europeans would expect, he was put on his knees in the open trunck of a pick up with his hands tided back. The police was driving at great speed with sirens on so every one could see THIS man had commited a crime and was being punished for it! Bizar site!

Outside Bogota there are some...

by vela_candela

Outside Bogota there are some villages with typical food. On the road to cajica there are some places with 'argentinian stake', nice places nice food but I still wonder about the argentinian stake, some of them play loud music at night...

If you like visit lakes: Neusa is for trucha fishing lovers! at least trucha eating lovers!! you can have a ride around the lake, camp and freeze!! Lovely place!: if you like climbing and hiking, Suesca is a place with rocks that climbers loooove!; Sisga is for windsurfers of any experience.. including any experience at all! And while people get freezed in the lake, you can enjoy and 'Aguadepanela' just at the restaurante that looks the place!

If you are not afraid of dark and underground you should visit 'Catedral de sal de zipaquira'... the deepest you can get is 180 mts down, and it's the safest place for earthquakes due to the salt properties.. :) It has rock sculptures and lovely things... The accoustic is the best.. try to get a concert if you get there...


by el_ruso

As in the rest of Colombia, taxis are plentiful and cheap. Ride from the Center to Zona Rosa will be around 12-15K, from Zona Rosa to the airport 15K - take a ticket at the booth.

The most comfortable model is the Hyundai Atos - a short tall ugly car with a surprisingly comfortable and quiet ride. Other than that taxis are usually some really shabby cars, such as Suzuki Swift and Daewoo Tiko.

Late night snack

by acemj about Chocolate & Churros

This place is just a little hole in the wall near the hotel we stayed at in Zona Rosa. I had a great cup of coffee here and, of course, some churros. If you like fried, sweet snacks, then I'd definitely recommend trying one.


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 Rosales Plaza Bogota

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Address: Calle 71 Nro 5 Calle 47, Bogota, Colombia