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Los Angeles to Bogota Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $399.63
Travel Distance:3,483 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route: Avianca Airlines, United Airlines, All Nippon Airways
Cheapest Day of the Week:Friday
Weekly Flights:146
Avg. Flight Duration:10.35 Hours

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Airports in Los Angles

Los Angeles is served by 4 international and 2 domestic airports. These are Los Angeles International Airport, Ontario International Airport, John Wayne Airport, San Bernardino International Airport, Bob Hope Airport, and Long Beach Airport. Los Angeles International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Los Angeles. Situated in Los Angeles, California, it is the busiest & largest airport in the entire State. The airport provides passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations including Dublin, Moscow, Papeete, Paris, Auckland, Guadalajara, Rome, Tokyo, Hong-Kong, San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Newark, and more. For hassle free connectivity, various ground transportation services like car rentals, scheduled buses, shared ride vans, taxis, and metro rail are available at all airports of the city.

Explore Bogota

Bogota is the capital and the largest city of Colombia. It is the commercial and financial core of the country. Situated here are maximum number of universities of Colombia. The city is also the cultural capital of the country with numerous theaters, libraries, and museums. Some of these include the Museo del Oro (Museum), Silva House of Poetry, Jorge Eliecer Gaitan Municipal Theater, National Museum of Colombia, Faenza Theater, Virgilio Barco Library, and more. Make it a point to visit the Gold Museum while in Bogota. Here one can see the incredible collection of gold pieces and various other artifacts. History enthusiasts should add the La Candelaria, the historic area within the city, to their itinerary. If visiting here with family and kids add Children's Museum to your list.

Things to Do in Bogota

La Candelaria

La Candelaria is the historic neighborhood in the city. Located few minutes-walks from Bolivar Plaza and home to la Casa de la Moneda, the Botero Museum, and the newly opened Gabriel Garcia Marquez Cultural Center, among other important museums and landmarks, la Candelaria lends you, possibly, hours of walking down narrow, colonial streets lined with colonial style houses and buildings. Once home to Spanish colonizers and their criollo descendants, La Candelaria has, in recent times, become known as the bohemian sector of Bogota with artist shops, off-the- beaten-path cafes and artisan shops, museums and libraries.

El Cerro Monserrate (Monserrate Peak)

The mountaintop el Cerro Monserrate is an iconic symbol of the city of Bogota and offers, by far, the best view of the city’s landscape, limits, and distribution. To get to Monserrate, you can take a cable car that will quickly transport you to the mountaintop. Once at the top, there are many ways to enjoy Monserrate; you can visit the church, have a hot chocolate and a delicious Tamal, buy some handicraftsat the small market, or simply take in the amazing view of Bogotá from many of the charming garden area.

Gold Museum (Museo de Oro)

The Gold Museum in Bogotá is a must see for any traveler passing through. The Gold Museum boasts an incredible collection of pre-Hispanic gold pieces as well as other artifacts from various time periods. The gold collection, however, is what is most impressive in this museum, hence the name. According to the museum, it all started with one single piece-the poporo quimbaya-and from that one piece, the

museum has developed into the recently restored masterpiece that it is today. Even if you are not a fan of pre-Hispanic collections, consider making an exception. You won’t regret a visit to this iconic museum and are sure to be amazed by the intricate and exquisite gold collection on display.

Best Time to Fly to Bogota

The months of December, January, February and March offer a dry season with a pleasant climate bringing in fresh and cool breeze, enhancing the beauty of the city. The months from April to July should be avoided as they are the wet months, which often leads to road blocks and makes the journey uncomfortable.