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Roaming Around The City’s Inner Circles

Posted on November 13, 2009 | Fascinating CitiesNo Comment

Public Transport:
Bogota TransMilenio

The cheap and best transport of the city, the buses voyage through each and every part of the city. The bus service is not at all behind from its counterparts exists in the developed countries.  There are two bus systems i.e, the traditional system and Trasmilenio.

It took more than 30 years just to bring the buses on roads and the most astonishing thing about the transport is that it contains separate lanes and rest of the traffic doesn’t disturbs its movement. Actually, the entire transport system in the city was revolutionized with the beginning of bus system that was operated by TransMilenio.


If you feel bored by plighting with a bus for many times, than taxis is the best option. As soon as you step in the city, you will witness the yellow taxis queuing to welcome their passengers. The taxis are not very expensive and follow meter system. The stickers are attached so to felicitate the passengers with fare system of day and nighttime.


Cars are also available escort you towards your destination. A visitor doesn’t have to hunt for the cars as the transport bogota bicyclecan be found from outside the airport.


If you feel like going to your favorite places by yourself, so what could be a better option other than hiring a bike. The city is famous for its wide bicycle network and the proper day to drive a bike is Sunday on traffic-less roads of the city.


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