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The capital of Colombia is a city that has much to offer and discover in every corner of its centuries-old culture while savoring the rhythm that is present at all times.

A trip to Colombia is an unforgettable experience that you will never forget.

To make sure that is the case, here are a few tips to keep in mind for your trip:

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Temperatures can vary from 12ºC to 30ºC. A normal day in Bogotá is partly cloudy with intervals of sun and shade. Due to its tropical climate, it is not surprising to have scattered showers during the day.



In Bogotá it’s possible to find official representations from other countries.

To consult the list of embassies and consulates of other countries in the capital of Colombia CLICK HERE



Visa is not required for travelers from the US, Canada and Western Europe. Citizens of some Latin American, Asian, African and Eastern European countries may need a visa.

To know the entry requirements to Colombia CLICK HERE



Yellow Fever Vaccine: The Colombian Ministry of Health requires taking the vaccine at least 15 days before arrival in the country for visitors from: Santander, Bolivia, Boyacá, Huila, Arauca, Caquetá, Casanare, Cesar, Guainía, Guaviare, La Guajira, Meta, Putumayo, Vichada, Amazonas and Vaupés.

It is recommended to purchase travel insurance that provides medical care coverage and emergency hospital care. As for medicines, those whose purchase does not require a medical prescription can be obtained without restriction in drugstores and pharmacies. It should be verified that the packaging has the expiration date and the price printed on it. It should be noted that the general condition of the pipes cannot be guaranteed, therefore it is also necessary to take this information into account when consuming tap water.

To consult more information about it (Ministry of Health of the Republic of Colombia) CLICK HERE



Anyone can communicate for free from landlines and cell phones with the emergency numbers.

In the following link you can consult the different emergency telephone numbers, CLICK HERE.



Household power is 110 volts alternating current at 60 hertz (110V AC, 60Hz). For industrial installations it is 220 volts of alternating current at 60 hertz (220V AC, 60Hz). Electrical connectors or plugs with two input flat pins or a third round pin are used, and power adapters and voltage regulators are readily available. It is advisable to review the technical indications of the devices that are going to be used in Colombia.

You can get more information about it at this link, CLICK HERE.



The official currency of Colombia is the Colombian Peso (COP); however, US dollars are also accepted in the vast majority of places.
• The best place to change money is the hotel where you are staying or a bank. Never exchange money on the street.
• Payments by credit cards are widely accepted (mainly Visa and MasterCard)



Getting around Bogotá is relatively easy both on foot and by transport. This city has dedicated bicycle lanes to explore the historic city and thousands of activities to enjoy the capital.

You can also get around the city on the red TransMilenio buses that travel along the great avenues of the Colombian capital. As well as traveling with the blue buses, SITP, which serves practically all the neighborhoods and small streets of Bogotá.

Another alternative to get around the city are the yellow taxis. However, we recommend that you always take a taxi, from a mobile app or at the hotel where you stay.




In the following link you can download country guides (music, gastronomy, etc.) and enjoy your stay in Colombia to the fullest.

For more information, CLICK HERE.