The impressive and color-coded map allows visitors to locate over 10,000 addresses in Colombia’s largest city, its major transport routes, major tourist attractions, hotels, hospitals, schools and more.
Bogota’s street map also provides the opening hours, contact information and other details about the various attractions and businesses. Even better, all the data is updated regularly, providing users with the latest information.
The interactive map has already proved popular with approximately 14,000 hits per day and 425,104 views per month.
Internet giant Google began a related project in Bogota in late June, when it started photographing the streets of the capital for its famous Street View program.
The projects are part of a more general effort to increase tourism in Bogota. Approximately 4,563,000 tourists have already made their way to the city in the first six months of 2012.