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Mundo Aventura Theme Park

Mundo Aventura Theme Park

Mundo Aventura Theme Park is one of the main family attractions of Bogota. There are various attractions suitable for all age groups. Roller coasters, bumper cars, flying swings, mini-wheel, a carousel, several high octane rides like the tornado, the screw, the double wheel are some of the main rides in the park. Several shows, activities, and eateries also form an integral part of the park.

Travelling to Bogota, Colombia

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Bogota is the largest and the capital city of Colombia. It is the heart of the country and it is also the economic, political, industrial and cultural hub. The chilly Andrean peaks cradle the city. The most popular and historically rich area is La Candelaria which is most visited by tourists. This is adorned by colonial buildings, museums, hotels, restaurants, bars and around 300-year-old houses, convents and churches. The north side is more urban with up class boutique hotels and chic entertainment centers like Zona G and Zona Rosa. Music is the love of the city and you are going to find it everywhere. Some are good, some not so good. You love it or you hate it but you cannot pretty much ignore it. The soundtrack is played constantly.

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Bogota Travel Tips & Guide

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How To Get Around?

Getting around is relatively easy and inexpensive thanks to the city's innovative TransMilenio metro-bus service. There are too many things to do and see in the city to list here but among the highlights are the colonial style buildings of La Candelaria; the Gold Museum with its unique collection of pre-Colombian gold work; the view from the Monastery of Monserrate which overlooks the city and the Botanic gardens which is like a miniature national park.

What Should I Wear?

Think slightly conservative and sophisticated clothing (if you want to fit in, maybe you don't though!), essentials include sunglasses for during the day, a pair of jeans or dark pants, a printed scarf and a light coat and jacket, dress up not down!

Bogota Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The closer to the equator, the hotter and more tropical the climate can be. Also, in the regions of higher elevation, the weather is much more variable. The best time of year to travel to Bogotá is probably during the months of December, January, February and March. These are the months when the weather is driest.


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The city has a population of around 8 million and is divided into a number of different areas including the historic centre 'La Candelaria', the downtown business district and several modern and prosperous suburbs.