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Hop On Hop Off Bogotá - Panoramic city bus

Hop On Hop Off Bogotá - Panoramic city bus

Get a picture of Bogota with a 3 days hop-on hop-off bus ticket. Discover traditional neighborhoods such as La Candelaria, Centro Internacional and Monserrate, as well as more modern ones, such as Zona G, Zona T y parque de la 93 . Benefit from an included host coordinator and an audio guide to learn more about the places you pass through. With your ticket, hop on and off at any of the 12 stops on the bus route during a period of 3 days. The main stop is in the center of the city, and as the tour progresses, you will see emblematic buildings, historical places, cultural spaces, and the different neighborhoods of Bogotá. The bus will stop at certain stops to connect you with other activities, experiencies (some included), tourist attractions and local shops. You can stay on the bus for the entire tour (recommended) and enjoy the colorful views and informative guides, or use the bus as a great way to get to your next attraction. You're sure to have a fun time and you might learn something amazing about this great city. If you get tired of sightseeing, the open top buses are a good place to rest and still see a large part of the city. Enjoy discounts and exclusive benefits. Cachaco version: allows 2 days in Bogota and the other at Zipaquirá

Bogota: Guided Street Food Tour with 10+ tastings

Bogota: Guided Street Food Tour with 10+ tastings

Bogotá is a city with a rich and diverse culinary history. From traditional Colombian dishes to international fare, there is something for everyone to enjoy. And no better way to experience the best of Bogotá's food scene than on a Street Food Tour. On this tour, you will get to sample a variety of delicious dishes from all over the city. You will also learn about the history and culture of Bogotá's food, and meet some of the people who make it all possible. This is the best way for you to discover the gastronomy of Bogotá. Enjoy a tour in one of the most colorful neighborhoods in the city and have the best experiences of your trip. A street food tour is a great way to experience the best of Bogotá's food scene. If you are looking for a unique and delicious way to experience Bogotá, then this Street Food Tour is the perfect option for you. These are the general stops: 1. Pandebono, Traditional bread for breakfast or snacks. 2. Buñuelo, Fried cheese ball. A meal served especially on holidays. 3. Empanada, Salty cake that is eaten every day in Bogotá. 4. Orange Ice Coffee, made with Colombian Coffee. 5. Roscón Resobado, Sweet toasted bread, typical of colombian bakary. 6. Lechona, Rice with pork. 7. Refajo, Colombian drink with beer. 8. Ajiaco, the most traditional dish from Bogotá. 9. Exotic Fruit, The diversity of climates in Colombia creates the environment to have a great variety of fruits. 10. Oblea, a nice sweet dessert.

Bogota Walking Tour Teusaquillo a different part of the city

Bogota Walking Tour Teusaquillo a different part of the city

If you want to get out of the mainstream tourism, this tour of Teusaquillo will give you a glimpse of the local life here. We visit one of the most vibrant, beautiful, and diverse districts in Bogota. We will walk through a mixture of history, architecture, food (Arepas, coffee, chicha, and beer), culture, street art, and some of the most authentic independent projects. You will know the modern history of the country and its political formation. The buildings are going to tell us the history of the country from its independence in 1819 until the peace agreement in 2016.

Bogota: Private Tour to National Museum with a Guide

Bogota: Private Tour to National Museum with a Guide

Your bilingual private guide will collect you personally at your hotel or any other destination you suggest for pick up, times are flexible so please inquire. Once at the museum, guide will explain how the museum has been divided into 4 sections: art, history, archeology and ethnography. You can take your time and take as many photos as you wish, as you are explained how this phenomenal piece of architecture used to be a prison in the early 19th century. There are bathrooms, cafeterias and souvenir shops so please bring Colombian pesos because not all stores take credit cards. At the end of tour your private guide will escort you back to your hotel.

Grand City Tour

Grand City Tour

Welcome to Bogota! Today, we're going to embark on an exciting full day city tour that will take you through the vibrant heart of Colombia's capital city. From the historic landmarks and cultural hotspots to the bustling streets and local markets, we've got a packed itinerary designed to showcase the best of what Bogota has to offer. So sit back, relax, and get ready for an unforgettable day of exploration and discovery!

National Museum of Colombia: Our most recommended tours and activities

Hop On Hop Off Bogotá - Panoramic city bus

Hop On Hop Off Bogotá - Panoramic city bus

Get a picture of Bogota with a 3 days hop-on hop-off bus ticket. Discover traditional neighborhoods such as La Candelaria, Centro Internacional and Monserrate, as well as more modern ones, such as Zona G, Zona T y parque de la 93 . Benefit from an included host coordinator and an audio guide to learn more about the places you pass through. With your ticket, hop on and off at any of the 12 stops on the bus route during a period of 3 days. The main stop is in the center of the city, and as the tour progresses, you will see emblematic buildings, historical places, cultural spaces, and the different neighborhoods of Bogotá. The bus will stop at certain stops to connect you with other activities, experiencies (some included), tourist attractions and local shops. You can stay on the bus for the entire tour (recommended) and enjoy the colorful views and informative guides, or use the bus as a great way to get to your next attraction. You're sure to have a fun time and you might learn something amazing about this great city. If you get tired of sightseeing, the open top buses are a good place to rest and still see a large part of the city. Enjoy discounts and exclusive benefits. Cachaco version: allows 2 days in Bogota and the other at Zipaquirá

Bogota: Guided Street Food Tour with 10+ tastings

Bogota: Guided Street Food Tour with 10+ tastings

Bogotá is a city with a rich and diverse culinary history. From traditional Colombian dishes to international fare, there is something for everyone to enjoy. And no better way to experience the best of Bogotá's food scene than on a Street Food Tour. On this tour, you will get to sample a variety of delicious dishes from all over the city. You will also learn about the history and culture of Bogotá's food, and meet some of the people who make it all possible. This is the best way for you to discover the gastronomy of Bogotá. Enjoy a tour in one of the most colorful neighborhoods in the city and have the best experiences of your trip. A street food tour is a great way to experience the best of Bogotá's food scene. If you are looking for a unique and delicious way to experience Bogotá, then this Street Food Tour is the perfect option for you. These are the general stops: 1. Pandebono, Traditional bread for breakfast or snacks. 2. Buñuelo, Fried cheese ball. A meal served especially on holidays. 3. Empanada, Salty cake that is eaten every day in Bogotá. 4. Orange Ice Coffee, made with Colombian Coffee. 5. Roscón Resobado, Sweet toasted bread, typical of colombian bakary. 6. Lechona, Rice with pork. 7. Refajo, Colombian drink with beer. 8. Ajiaco, the most traditional dish from Bogotá. 9. Exotic Fruit, The diversity of climates in Colombia creates the environment to have a great variety of fruits. 10. Oblea, a nice sweet dessert.

Bogota Walking Tour Teusaquillo a different part of the city

Bogota Walking Tour Teusaquillo a different part of the city

If you want to get out of the mainstream tourism, this tour of Teusaquillo will give you a glimpse of the local life here. We visit one of the most vibrant, beautiful, and diverse districts in Bogota. We will walk through a mixture of history, architecture, food (Arepas, coffee, chicha, and beer), culture, street art, and some of the most authentic independent projects. You will know the modern history of the country and its political formation. The buildings are going to tell us the history of the country from its independence in 1819 until the peace agreement in 2016.

Bogota: Private Tour to National Museum with a Guide

Bogota: Private Tour to National Museum with a Guide

Your bilingual private guide will collect you personally at your hotel or any other destination you suggest for pick up, times are flexible so please inquire. Once at the museum, guide will explain how the museum has been divided into 4 sections: art, history, archeology and ethnography. You can take your time and take as many photos as you wish, as you are explained how this phenomenal piece of architecture used to be a prison in the early 19th century. There are bathrooms, cafeterias and souvenir shops so please bring Colombian pesos because not all stores take credit cards. At the end of tour your private guide will escort you back to your hotel.

Grand City Tour

Grand City Tour

Welcome to Bogota! Today, we're going to embark on an exciting full day city tour that will take you through the vibrant heart of Colombia's capital city. From the historic landmarks and cultural hotspots to the bustling streets and local markets, we've got a packed itinerary designed to showcase the best of what Bogota has to offer. So sit back, relax, and get ready for an unforgettable day of exploration and discovery!

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