Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop To Bogota, Colombia For $279
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Flight Deal: Fly Nonstop To Bogota, Colombia For $279

Deals , Colombia , Cartagena , Colombia
DeAnna Taylor
DeAnna Taylor Mar 18, 2019

If Colombia is on your list of places to visit this year, then listen up. LATAM Airlines has dropped its prices on routes from Miami to Bogota, Colombia. The nonstop flights can be purchased for only $279.

This promotion is valid for travel mostly in August. You can use Skyscanner to find the dates that work best for you.

LATAM Airlines is a South American based airline. Under their promo fares, passengers are allowed carry-on and checked luggage. So you can pack your normal bags.

Bogota is the capital and largest city of Colombia. It is known for its cultural epicenter, La Candelaria. The cobblestone, historic downtown is where most travelers flock. Here you will find lots of colonial-style buildings that have been carefully preserved. It is also home to museums, restaurants, hotels and bars, mixed amid 300-year-old houses, churches and convents.

If you have the time, you can make this a multiple destination trip. You can find short flights to Cartagena for as low as $60 on many local airlines.

Cartagena sits on Colombia’s Caribbean coast. Cartagena’s Old Town is a Unesco World Heritage Site. It is a maze of cobbled alleys, balconies covered in bougainvillea, and large churches. Many people still associate the area with drugs and crime, but that is all changing.

The city presents the perfect blend of old and new. You can catch the sunset with a cocktail and lounge music at Café del Mar, an extremely popular open-air bar that looks out on the sea, the traffic on Avenida Santander and the modern skyline of Bocagrande.

The Bocagrande area is filled with high-rises, local beach cafes, and plenty of shopping.

No matter what your interest may be, you can find something between Bogota or Cartagena. You may want to hop on this deal fast.

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