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Aerial Tour of Bogotá


Colombia - The Best of Bogota


Bogota is the capital of Colombia and one of the largest cities in South America, with a metro population of about 10 million.  In this drone video, contributor and pilot Worldmoments gives us an aerial guided tour of this metropolis, which was founded in the 16th century by Spanish conquistadors.  The city sits on a plateau within the Andes Mountains system.  Highlights of the video include footage of La Candelaria, La Candelaria, El Chorro de Quevedo, Centro Cultural García Marquez, and more.

Bogota Drone Tour



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Here's an awesome aerial mini-tour of the Colombian capital city, Bogota.  The video opens with a great shot looking toward Estadio El Campín (sometimes called El Campín), the country's great football stadium.  At about the :15 mark, you'll see the Fallen Lord Shrine atop the great mountain Monserrate that overlooks the city.  Following some more shots from the mountains surrounding the city, you'll head back to town for more shots of the stadium, the Moviestar indoor arena, finishing with some shots of the downtown skyscrapers.

The Fallen Lord Church


Ciudad de los Vientos


One of Colombia's most iconic views is from the Fallen Lord Church atop Mount Monserrate, a 3.1k meter (10.3k ft) peak which overlooks the great capital city of Bogota in the central part of the country.  The mountain itself was considered sacred land going to pre-Columbus times.  La.drones used a DJI Phantom 3 Professional drone to create this amazing video of Bogota, with an epic opening shot from atop the mountain, which forms the southern part of the great valley in which the city is situated. 

Urban Art in Bogotá


The Biggest Mural in Bogotá


Bogotá, Colombia is one of the largest cities in South America, and can also make a good claim to being the street art capital of the continent.  One of the biggest murals in the city is in the neighborhood of Los Puentes where its inhabitants turned the walls of their houses into a giant work of art.  They painted all their houses and stairways to create the biggest mural in the entire city!  See this amazing artwork built by this community in this stunning aerial footage by top contributor and drone pilot la.drones.

Colpatria Tower


Colpatria tower


Contributor FabianBPhoto created this beautiful night drone video of Bogota's Colpatria Tower, one of the tallest buildings in South America.  Completed in 1979, it was the tallest building in this South American country for over 35 years before being topped by the BD Bacatá tower in 2016.  Colpatria Tower has 50 stories, and reaches a height of just under 200 meters (about 680 feet).  It houses the headquarters of Colpatria Bank, one of the largest banking organizations in the country. 

Colpatria Tower




New AirVuz contributor theandron07 brings us this excellent drone video from the great Colombian capital of Bogotá.  The "star" of the show is the Colpatria Tower, which is a 50 story office tower in the heart of the city's central business district.  Standing 643 ft. tall (196 m), it was Colombia's tallest building when it was completed in 1979.  While there are now (as of early 2022) three taller buildings in the country, Colpatria Tower is still perhaps the most recognizable due to a 36 color lighting system installed in 1998.  

Bogotá and Guatavita


Bogotà & Guatavita


Contributor and pilot Stefranceschi used a DJI Mavic Pro drone to create this amazing aerial view of the Colombian capital city Bogota as well as the nearby town of Guatavita.  Bogota highlights include shots of the Barrio La Colina and the Estadio Nemesio Camacho.  The latter is the main football (soccer) stadium in the Colombian capital city.  Completed in 1938, in current configuration it seats just over 36k spectators.   The stadium is home to the Independiente Santa Fe and Millonarios teams.

Skyscrapers, Stadiums, and More


Bogotá from above


Contributor TheHiveAirFilms used a DJI Phantom 3 drone to create this amazing aerial tour of Bogotá, the Colombian capital city.  Watch the video to see the droneviews of the BD Bacatá towers, Torre Colpatria, and  Centro de Comercio Internacional, the tallest towers in Bogota and some of the highest in South America.  You'll also get some amazing bird's eye views of the city's old town, football stadiums, and public squares, all part of the scenery of this highly cosmopolitan city.  

Drone Tour of Bogotá


Bogotá Colombia from Above

Drones Sky...

Drones Sky Zoom fotografía y video aéreo created this beautiful tour-by-drone of Bogota, Colombia.  The reel includes shots of Basílica de Nuestra Señora de Lourdes, the Sanctuary of Monserrate, Monumento a Los Héroes, Monumentos a las Banderas, Cerro de Guadeloupe statue, Plaza de Toros La Santamaria, Estadio Nemesio Camacho El Campin, and more.  It ends with an epic shot of the brightly colored lights of Torre Colpatria, for over four decades the city's tallest skyscraper.  

Flying over Bogotá


Bogotá, Colombia Travel Reel


Mooreproductions created this awesome travel video of the great Colombian capital city Bogotá, which was shot using a combination of drones and ground cameras.  You'll get an aerial view of the city's impressive skyscrapers (some of the tallest in South America), its colonial-era churches, and the magnificent Monserrate mountain looming over the city.  You'll also get to see some of the city's legendary street murals, and some of the inhabitants of this gigantic metropolis of over 10 million souls.  

Bogota's Chorro de Quevado Neighborhood


Chorro de Cavado


AirVuz contributor and drone pilot FabianBPhoto was hired to create an aerial tour of the recently revitalized Chorro de Quevado neighborhood of Bogotá, Colombia.  The neighborhood is believed (by some) to be the site where modern day Bogotá was founded.  It's situated in the La Candelaria district, to the southeast of the more modern parts of the city.  With its own unique set of colors, the square blends in beautifully with the surrounding parts of the city, one of the world's most colorful.  

Christmas in Snowy Bogotá


Cold and cheerful Christmas in Bogota


The Colombian capital city of Bogotá has a surprisingly temperate climate given its location so close to the equator.  The reason, quite simply, is elevation.  Situated in a plateau in the Andes Mountains region, this metropolis has a base elevation of 2.65k meters (just under 8.7k ft.) above sea level.  While that's not quite as high as Quito or La Paz, it's high enough to produce snow in the winter months.  Exhibit A is this amazing drone video from Rodrigosv, showing a snowy Bogotá at Christmastime. 



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