The Bogotá Transmilenio is a world benchmark in mobility, it is the fastest and easiest way to get around the city. Public transport that covers different routes in the city, at each station the traveler can find a map with the routes and connections. You can buy a card at any station and recharge it with the tickets you are going to use.

Schedule: Monday – Saturday: 4:00 am – 11:00 pm. Sundays – Holidays: 5:00 am – 9:30 pm.

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Modern means of transport, 100% electric and environmentally friendly, from where you can see a wide panoramic view of the city. To access the system, enter through the main station of the El Tunal portal, Additionally, it has an interesting cultural offer in the urban and agro-tourism areas of its rural area without leaving Bogotá..

Integrated Public Transport System

Integrated public transport system – SITP, is the integrated transport of public service buses, (Urban, Special,Complementary, Trunk and Feeder), More organized, safe, affordable and accessible that Bogotá offers you, with all the services you need to combine, to get to your destination.

Route finder HERE

Direction: Of. Eldorado No. 69 – 76 / Building Element Tower 1 Floor 5

Hours of Operation: 7:00 am – 4:30 pm from Monday to Friday.

PBX: 57 (1) 2203000 ext. 1 The 2 | Landline: 4824304


In Bogotá there are tourist and urban public service taxis, intermunicipal and interdepartmental, the cost of the service varies according to the route you take. The taxi can also be hired by the hour. It is preferable to take the taxis that provide service to the hotels or request the service by phone or mobile applications.

Taxis must have a sheet with the identification of the driver and the vehicle in view. The card must be visible to the user, In it you will find basic information about the driver and vehicle. In addition, You will find the list of prices according to the meter and the different surcharges that apply depending on the day, time and destination. The driver must turn on the meter before starting the trip, this should start at the number 28.

Free Taxis: Ask for a Taxi


Bogotá has more than 540 km the ciclorrutas, the most extensive network in Latin America, and with 120 km of bike lane in an interconnected circuit that, every sunday, make up the largest linear park in the world.