Flights to Bogotá, Colombia
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|Annual Avg. Price||287 CAD|
|May 2023||274 CAD|
|June 2023||235 CAD|
|July 2023||306 CAD|
|August 2023||311 CAD|
|September 2023||254 CAD|
|October 2023||246 CAD|
|November 2023||231 CAD|
|December 2023||235 CAD|
|January 2024||383 CAD|
|February 2024||207 CAD|
|March 2024||303 CAD|
|April 2024||461 CAD|
Airlines flying to Bogotá
Best airlines flying to Bogotá
- Royal Air Maroc
- TAP Portugal
- Norse Atlantic Airways
- American Airlines
- Iberia Express
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
- ASL Airlines France
- Corendon Dutch Airlines B.V.
- LATAM Airlines
- JetBlue Airways
- Wizz Air
- TUI Airways
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Frequently asked questions
December, January, February, and March are the best months to visit Bogota. At this time, you can enjoy dry, warm weather.
According to our data, January is the cheapest month to travel to Bogota.
El Dorado International Airport (BOG) is the closest airport to the city. It is located just 14 km from downtown Bogota and serves all international flights.
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Three days is a perfect amount of time to spend in Bogota. If you plan to hike or discover the countryside, you can plan a trip to Bogota for four to seven days.
To save on your journey to Colombia, buying tickets to Bogota at least 30 days in advance is better.
Bogota is an affordable destination, even for low-budget travelers. Hotels range from $30 to $80, and food and sightseeing cost $20–40 per day. Solo travelers can spend $50-120 daily in Bogota.
During the day, Bogota can be considered a completely safe city. But at night, the level of security drops significantly. Therefore, it is better to refrain from night walks in Bogota.