Emerging as tourist destination, Bogotá, Colombia is a growing cultural, literary and artistic hub for travellers, with over 60 museums, 60 galleries, 45 theatres and 150 cultural monuments.
Panama City is the capital of the Republic of Panama, Central America. The city sky-line of high-rise buildings contrasts with the surrounding tropical rainforest, whilst sights include the Panama Canal and numerous cathedrals, galleries and historic palaces in the city’s old quarter.
The new destinations add to an extensive list of fifteen TAP locations across North, Central and South America; 12 of which are in Brazil (Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, Salvador da Bahia, Fortaleza, Recife, Natal, Brasília, Belo Horizonte, Porto Alegre, Campinas and starting this June to Belém and Manaus), as well as Caracas, Miami and New York.
The new route expansion demonstrate TAP’s continued investment in maximising the potential of its Lisbon hub, offering convenient onward travel and opening up 79 destinations to British travellers, in 34 worldwide countries including Europe, Africa and the Americas.