Bogotá & Medellín
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Bogotá & Medellín
Duration: 8 days & 7 nights
Hotel Bogotá Cabrera Imperial or similar
Hotel Medellín hotel Park 10 or similar
5 days & 4 nights
Hotel Cabrera Imperial
See why so many travelers make Hotel Cabrera Imperial their hotel of choice when visiting Bogota. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a
romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you. As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge while staying at Hotel Cabrera
Hotel Park 10
Staying at Hotel Park 10 in the center of Medellin, guests can make use of a nightclub, a library and a golf course. It contains 55 non-smoking rooms that strike a perfect balance between comfort and style. The venue is well-known for personalized service and highly qualified staff.
The city center of Medellin is at a distance of 3 km from the accommodation situated in a commercial area. Cafe Hacienda Santa Isabel is 1200 meters away, and there is Lleras Park nearby.
A mall, boutiques and commercial centres are minutes away from the property.
The rooms come equipped with a microwave, a kitchen and a sofa set as well as a luxurious bathroom. Each room opens onto the garden. Other comforts include tea and coffee making equipment, a fridge and a toaster for self-catering.
Located in the center of the country at an altitude of approximately 2,600 meters, Bogotá enjoys an
almost perfect climate with average temperatures varying from 9 to 23 degrees. 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.
Medellín is Colombia's second largest city and is nestled in the Aburrá Valley of the Andes Mountains. It was founded in 1616 but remained a small, under-the-radar locale until the Colombian coffee boom. It later became the center of a textile industry, and today is a modern, vibrant city.
Medellin is a principal manufacturing and industrial area, as well as a commercial flower-growing region, particularly focused on orchids.