Bogotá is the capital Colombia, located 2.640 meters above sea level. It is part of the high-plains of Cundinamarca and Boyacá and its weather ranges between 9°C and 24°C. The city's extension is 1.732 km2, divided into 20 districts (known as "localities") and four areas: central, western, south and north, the last one being the host to the CCB's Center of Arbitration and Conciliation main venue.
Since its foundation, Bogotá has been an important economic, cultural, political and gastronomic hub.
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When traveling to Bogotá, bear in mind:
Bogotá has two airport terminals.
- The El Dorado International Airport located 15 km to the north west of downtown Bogotá is the largest, most important airport in Colombia, focusing 70% of all commercial air operations. Also, stands as the third largest terminal in passenger traffic in Latin America.
- The Puente Aéreo is an ancillary terminal that operates as a supporting capacity for the International Airport, covering some domestic flights.
Bogotá is located: 6 hour flight from Los Angeles. Flight schedule to Bogotá.
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