Bogotá Transportation

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    La Candelaria, Bogotá
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    Bogota from MontSerate
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  • A car of this company picking me up at the airport
    A car of this company picking me up at...
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  • 1. Taxis

    Taxis in Bogota and in Colombia in general have been a nice surprise. I never had to ask to turn on the meter, all taxi drivers use it. Prices are cheap, from Airport to the city centre it's bout 40...

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  • 2. Buses, Busetas, Colectivos...

    The intercity bus terminal in San Gil is located 3km west of downtown. The easiest way to get there is taking a taxi which only costs 3.000 COP (January 2010). Frequent buses depart to Bogotá, most of...

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  • 3. TransMilenio

    TransMilenio is a bus system that moves in a separate lane so it is fast, safe and very convenient. The buses are brand new and pollute a lot less. It runs for 38 kilometers and is planned to extend...

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  • 4. Airplane

    There were only a very few days left until my flight back to Europe so I decided to join Donna and take a flight as well. Two airlines have flights from Barranquilla to Bogotá, Avianca and Aires. We...

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  • 5. Bicycle/Wheel sports

    On Sunday mornings (and holidays) between 7.00 - 14.00 some of the main streets in Bogotá are closed down for cars. Lots of cyclists, skaters and pedestrians use the roads instead. For example can you...

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  • 6. 'Chiva'

    Typically these busses get pretty crowded. Usually I took the smaller and faster busses. I remember that the driver always played the local music called Ballenato, the kind of music you will hear...

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  • 7. Car

    If you're lucky enough to have a local friend in Bogota like I did, you might get to experience driving or at least riding around in a car that you're not...

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  • 8. To Bogotá from San Agustin, part 2

    The tip from above continues...After lunch we stopped at a few more garages and finally came to one that could repair the bus properly. After waiting for half...

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  • 9. To Bogotá from San Agustin, part 1

    We were three persons leaving Casa de Nelly and San Agustin for Bogotá the same morning. The guide Pacho helped us with the tickets and brought them to us the...

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  • 10. From Bogota to San Agustin

    I went up very early to go to the bus terminal. I didn’t have a reservation and thought a bus was leaving at 6.40 for San Agustin. From Platypus to the terminal...

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  • 11. From Bogota to Zipaquira and back

    It is very easy to make a daytrip to Zipaquira from Bogota using public transport. I took the TransMilenio (red buses) nr B74 from Avenida Jiménez bus stop to...

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  • 12. To Bogota from Villa de Leyva

    There are two direct buses from Villa de Leyva to Bogota every day. One is leaving very early in the morning and one in the afternoon. As I didn’t want to be in...

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  • 13. Bus Terminal

    Bogota's bus terminal is quite a large one and is split into three parts. 'Norte' services bus routes to the north of the country, 'Oriente & Occidente' go to...

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  • 14. Taxi in Bogota 2

    The following day I had to get another taxi to my friend that was based on meter and I ended up paying 8 USD for 15 min. ride.Now, I had to get the same meter...

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  • 15. Airport tax

    It angers me a little every time I paid departure tax at the airport which are mostly payable in cash in different countries of South America. And you find out...

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  • 16. Adresses in Bogotá are rather...

    Adresses in Bogotá are rather easy to find.The streets are all in quadratic order with 'Calles' (sometimes the calles are called avenidas) and 'Carreras'...just...

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  • 17. Almost all travelers arrive...

    Almost all travelers arrive using commercial planes. Roads leading to Bogota are in very good shape but from Colombian borders to Bogota is almost a 15 hour...

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  • 18. Well, if you live in Venezuela...

    Well, if you live in Venezuela or Ecuador you can get Bogotá by car, is a long trip, but you can know other sites of Colombia.But if you live in another country...

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  • 19. Highway toll

    Hmm, I found the toll system on highway is quite frequent in many countries of South America. Here we are paying toll on the way (and also back) to/ from...

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