Bogotá launches a new portal to promote tourism

Bogotá launches a new portal to promote tourism Bogotá launches a new portal to promote tourism
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The District Tourism Institute (IDT) is launching its new portal for promoting tourism in the city

This project brings together the best offers, plans, programs, products and services of great tourist, cultural and historical interest, for residents and visitors in Bogotá.

In addition, the entity also presented its new institutional portal, which collects the work and management carried out by the entity, with a space for the community to know, understand and appropriate the work done in this sector. This portal also has access to these contents in Colombian Sign Language (LSC); and it is part of the actions developed by the IDT to contribute to the construction of a more inclusive city.

“Every day we work to position the capital as the first tourist destination in the country, and for this reason, it is a pleasure for us to deliver these two new portals to Bogotá, which will gather all the tourist information of our city, and offer residents and visitors an inclusive and interactive space to know and enjoy the attractions that we have,” said Karol Fajardo Mariño, director of the District Institute of Tourism.

For the construction of the page, projection and research sessions were held, based on the benchmarking of websites of iconic cities in the world, such as Mexico City, Miami, Tokyo or New York, which provided new guidelines and a clearer horizon for the project, providing more elements for international consultation.


In the sections and contents of this portal, navigators will find information of interest related to:


• Attractions with 70 tourist areas

• Exploration of the city by zones

• Approaches to the capital by plans and products

• Useful information for travelers

• Tourist Information Points (PIT)

• Data on how to get around Bogotá

• Information available to Download for tourists

• Access to the Plan Bogotá platform


Browse these new portals now and start sightseeing Bogotá!


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