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Bus Cartagena

Bus Cartagena Bus (Cartagena) — Multi-colored buses also traverse through the city at high speed competing for business and are a fun way to see how the locals get from A to B. Most fares are set at around COL$1,200 (US$0.66). The principal landmarks on route are written on boards displayed on the front window […]

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CAR RENTALS

CAR RENTALS – the following car rental agencies operate in Bogota: Alamo Rent a Car: +57 1 610 0598 Avis Rent a Car +57 1 629 1722 Budget Rent a Car: +57 1 745 4811 Dollar Rent a Car: +57 1 691 4700 Hertz: +57 1 327 6700 National Car Rental: +57 1 621 1173 […]

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TAXI(Bogotá)

TAXI (Bogotá) – Taxis can be a good way to get around Bogotá, especially if you are going to travel a longer distance, head to a residential address located off the main transport routes, or head to the airport with lots of luggage. However, make sure you only use radio taxis — that is, phone a […]

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Tappsi App

Tappsi App (www.tappsi.co): Tappsi is an e-hailing mobile app conceived for Latin American cities. Built around the unique needs of the Latin American markets, where safety, convenience and ease-of-use are paramount, Tappsi is a real solution to the difficulties of hailing a safe cab on the streets. Launched in Bogota in 2012, Tappsi has reached […]

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TAXI (Cartagena)

TAXI (Cartagena) — Venturing further afield to the seafront condominiums to the north of the city or in Castillogrande and Bocagrande, there are plenty of taxis that will take you where you need to go within Cartagena. Taxi meters are not used to calculate the cost, but most registered taxis have a chart that explains […]

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Bus, Bogotá.

Bus (Bogotá) – launched in 2000, the TransMilenio is a bus rapid transit system that serves the Colombian capital. The TransMilenio consists of 12 bus lines covering 112 km. Using a contactless Smart card (MIFARE), the typical (peak) fare is COL$1,800 (about US0.90 cents); COL$1,500 for off-peak travel. Each of the 12 bus lines is […]