Bogotá: a cosmopolitan, agile, and versatile city with a great capacity to host any national or international congress.
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Bogotá may be reached by land and by air. El Dorado International Airport, just eleven kilometers from downtown, welcomes over 300 international flights a day in its main terminal and 600 national flights between the main terminal and the Puente Aéreo, a secondary terminal for the exclusive use of the Avianca airline.
The city is connected to other capital cities and other regions in the country by a good network of trunk and secondary roads.
Various good and fast access routes connect the city to the rest of the country:
The Auopista Norte connects Bogotá to the northern and eastern areas of the country, The Autopista Sur connects Bogotá to the western and southern areas of Colombia and The Autopista Medellín and the Autopista a los Llanos Orientales are the main roads that allow fast connections to other regions in the country.