Cundinamarca

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Cundinamarca is a department of Colombia.

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Cities[edit]

Botero's museum at Banco de la República
  • Bogotá — the national capital, surrounded by, but not technically part of the Cundinamarca Department.
  • Funza — a friendly, but otherwise non-notable suburb of Bogotá.
  • Fusagasuga — famous for its spring-like weather and its flowers (especially orchid plantations).
  • Girardot — tropical climate only 3 hours from Bogota makes that town a popular destination.
  • Suesca — a popular week end destination for bogotanos. Excellent rock climbing.
  • Zipaquirá — at 40 km north of Bogotá, and known for its Salt Cathedral.

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Some of the roads outside Bogota are quite basic and 4WD can be an advantage.

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Salt Mines of Zipaquira and Nemocon

Lake at Guatavita

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