Top Cities to Visit in Colombia
Cheap round-trip flights to Colombia
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From jungles to beaches and ancient ruins to modern cities, Colombia has something for everyone. Book yourself flights to Colombia and you can explore the country’s spectacular coastline, explore its vibrant towns and discover one of the South America’s most exciting cultures.
When to Book Flights to Colombia
Peak season in Colombia runs from December to March. The driest months in the country, this is the perfect time for a beach break or city escape. However, as the winter months are the most expensive time to book flights to Colombia, you might want to consider planning your trip for a less popular time of year.
The wet season in Colombia varies across the country. The Andes experience the heaviest rainfall from May to July and October to December while coastal regions have the wettest weather in September and October.
How to Find the Best Flight Deals to Colombia
The more flexible you are when booking flights to Colombia, the easier it will be to find a great deal. As flights to Colombia can vary in price from day to day, moving the dates of your trip can be a great way to save money. Use the ‘Show flexible dates’ link on the Expedia results page to find the most affordable day to fly.
If you’re flexible about where you fly from and to, click the ‘Nearby airports’ link on the results page. This will give you a list of alternative terminals within easy reach. You can then search for flights from these airports using Expedia.
UK Departures to Colombia
- London to Medellin– 15 hours 15 minutes (no direct flights)
- London to Bogota– 11 hours 10 minutes
- London to Cali– 13 hours 55 minutes (no direct flights)
- London to Barranquilla– 14 hours 25 minutes (no direct flights)
Main Airports in Colombia
The busiest airport in Colombia is Bogota’s El Dorado International. Tens of millions of passengers pass through its terminals every year and flights depart from the airport for destinations across North, South and Central America and selected cities in Europe.
The country’s second busiest airport is José María Córdova International. Located 12 miles from Medellin, it offers nonstop services to a wide choice of national and international destinations. Other major airports in Colombia include Alfonso Bonilla Aragón International in Cali and Ernesto Cortissoz Internationalin Barranquilla.
Which Airlines Fly to Colombia?
Airlines offering direct and connecting flights to Colombia from the UK include:
How to Get to and Around Colombia
Internal flights are the quickest and most convenient way to get around Colombia. Most cities have their own airport and services are generally regular and affordable. Another good way to get around is by bus. Long distance routes connect most parts of the country although levels of comfort can vary between services.
What Are the Must-sees in Colombia?
Colombia is packed full of fascinating places to visit. One of the country’s most vibrant cities is Medellin. Once the most dangerous city in the world, it’s now a fantastic place to soak up the culture, history and atmosphere of Colombia.
If you want to see a different side of the country, head to the small town of Leticia. Located in the heart of the Colombian Amazon, on the banks of the eponymous river, it’s the perfect place to get close to nature.
Tips and Tricks for Traveling in Colombia
British nationals can enter Colombia for up to 90 days without a visa.