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Visiting Simon Bolivar Park Bogota

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Simon Bolivar Park is also as The Simon Bolivar Matropolitan Park. It is a green space, entertainment and sport complex which is located in the middle of the city, Bogota, Colombia. The park is named by a Latin American liberator Simon Bolivar. The park is managed by the District Institute of Recreation and Sport or IDRD which stands for Instituto Distrital de Recreation y Deporte. It is one of the most popular parks in the city of Bogota. The park features a lake where people can rent paddle boats and a large space for concerts and events which is capable to hold 140.000 people.

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Bogota Ciclovia

Bogota Ciclovia

The city of Bogota is very pedestrian friendly. It also boasts the largest network of bicycle routes in all of Latin-America. On Sundays, cycling takes over the city. Between seven in the morning and two in the afternoon every Sunday, many roads are closed to cars. This allows cyclists, joggers, and roller skaters explore the city in a whole new way. It is really a refreshment activity in the city. You can also enjoy art performances along the way. Several shops also rent bicycles in the district of La Candelaria.

Simon Bolivar Park Bogota Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

You can get the ticket by directly purchased from the ticket booth or get it online, but get it online is more worth to do. You can get discount or special price.

How To Get Around?

The best to get around the park is by taking a little walk. Enjoy the panorama and every spot of the park when you are walking. It is nice to come to the park in the afternoon in order to enjoy the sunset. Don't forget to prepare your camera to capture your every precious moments.

What Should I Wear?

Since Bogota has a pleasant climate and weather, there is any dress code when you have a tour at the city. All you should wear are just your daily stuff. You can have t-shirt, skirt, dress, pants, or anything comfortable to wear. It is also good to have light jacket, sunglasses and hat. Don't forget to take comfortable shoes or sandals.

Simon Bolivar Park Bogota Facts

Best Time to Visit

It is best to visit Simon Bolivar Park on the months of December, January, and March. Those are the best month to visit Plaza Bolivar. On those months, the city offers a dry season with a pleasant climate that bring fresh and cool breeze that will enhance the beauty of the city. You should avoid the months from April to July, since they are the wet months. The months often lead to road blocks and it really makes the journey uncomfortable.


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Will I Need a Guide?

You will not need any guides, because the site serves all information you need during your tour to Bogota. Most tourist attractions in Bogota also complete with English direction.

How To Get There?

If you are from the airport, you can take a taxi to reach Simon Bolivar Park. It takes 30-40 minutes from the airport to the park. You can go to taxi center available in the airport. To avoid unlicensed taxi you can take online taxi to reach the park. You can take Uber, Easy Taxi, or Tappsi. Make sure that you have already installed one of the online taxi applications on your device. Online taxi gives you a fixed rate, so it will avoid you from overcharged rate.You can also take Bus or Satellite Buss to reach the park. The satellite bus is a free shuttle bus that runs around the airport areas. Renting a car can also be a good choice to reach the park. You can go to Rental Car Desk available in the airport on the ground floor near International arrivals.

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