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Whether your journey from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to the El Dorado International Airport (BOG) is for business or personal reasons, with the right method of transportation, the city of Bogota, Columbia has endless destinations to explore.
Once in your rental car, make a trip to el Cerro de Monserrate for a spectacular view of Bogota from above. Another ideal destination to reach by car is the Museo de Oro. The museum is home to articles from many pre-Hispanic societies, as well as almost 35,000 gold pieces.
With reliable transportation, it is also possible to spend a day of thrills at Salitre Magico, an amusement park a few miles outside of the city central.
Bogota is a very religious city, which holds many spiritual destinations. One definitely worth driving to is the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral. The entrance hall is graced by a beautifully crafted cross, and a guardian angel to protect you on your journey. There are three naves with altars that represent different phases in the life of Jesus, his birth and baptism, his life and death and his resurrection.
A nonstop flight from JFK to BOG is typically around six hours, but once you arrive there are plenty of exploration opportunities. This is a relatively big airport with a transportation hub and car rental options, so choose your mode of transportation, and leave no stone unturned.