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Free Historic Bogota's Downtown Walking Tour (La Candelaria)

Free Historic Bogota's Downtown Walking Tour (La Candelaria)

Discover the places that have shaped the history of the city, and the country! In this a walking tour in La Candelaria, you’ll visit the beautiful historic center of Bogota, where you’ll learn about the history of the city while exploring it. Get in touch with the local culture, seeing the history come to life with stories from past and present. We’ll make sure to give you all the recommendations you may need to continue exploring Bogota on your own, whether you want to see all the museums, or eat in the best restaurants. This is a fun and informative walking tour full of curious facts about history, culture, gastronomy, architecture, places to visit, art and cultural offerings. Important info: this Tour is a shared experience called "Free Walking Tour" and our job is based on tips, which means that you are the one who decides how much your Guides deserve for their work. We suggest $50,000 COP per person which we consider is a fair value for your Freelance Guide considering the cost of a regular Walking Tour. This voluntary tip that you give to your guide is their way of making a living and maintaining this exciting job.

Free Colombian Conflict Tour: War, Drug Trafficking & Peace

Free Colombian Conflict Tour: War, Drug Trafficking & Peace

Colombia, known as one of the happiest countries on earth, is also one of the most unequal. Globally is also famous for its bad reputation for various negative situations, such as being a huge drug producer, assassinations of political leaders, and violent conflicts between different armed groups. Today this has changed, and while on this tour, you will understand the causes, the development, and the present days of the Colombian conflict. Join us for a real and interactive experience through some remarkable places and scars of the past. Learn about the development of Colombia's conflict in Bogota that changed our history, its ties to drug cartels, the violence he imposed on the country and "You know who" behind it. Travel through the history of the Colombian armed conflict! Important info: this Tour is a shared experience called "Free Walking Tour" and our job is based on tips, which means that you are the one who decides how much your Guides deserve for their work. We suggest $50,000 COP per person which we consider is a fair value for your Freelance Guide considering the cost of a regular Walking Tour. This voluntary tip that you give to your guide is their way of making a living and maintaining this exciting job.

Free Local Street Food Tour Bogota

Free Local Street Food Tour Bogota

Join a local guide and explore different shops to experience Bogota and Colombia in a delicious way on this walking tour. Discover the country's cultural mix with authentic food in non-touristy places, and choose the foods you want to try. Meet your guide, then begin your walk, stopping off to eat as you go. Get closer to Colombian culture and uncover the secrets of the country's heritage with your guide. Enjoy local hotspots for food tastings (food and drinks not included). Get to know empanadas, sweet corn with butter, hot chocolate with cheese, and more. Learn about the fascinating stories behind these meals, try all the food you want, and make friends on the way. Find veggie options available and pay only for what you eat (around 9-10 USD). Important info: this Tour is a shared experience called "Free Walking Tour" and our job is based on tips, which means that you are the one who decides how much your Guides deserve for their work. We suggest $50,000 COP per person which we consider is a fair value for your Freelance Guide considering the cost of a regular Walking Tour. This voluntary tip that you give to your guide is their way of making a living and maintaining this exciting job.

GhosTour La Candelaria Bogotá

GhosTour La Candelaria Bogotá

**Wed/Frid ´Sat 7:30 pm Tour Itinerary:** Meeting point,(Cacao Magola) (cr 2 #11-45 La Candelaria) welcome with a typical drink, and presentation by the professional guide. The first visit is at the grand sculpture of our heroine Policarpa Sala Variedad (La Pola), Concordia Square, Quevedo Fountain, Michone Complex, Ghost Street, La Salle University, visit to José Reimundo Rusi's house, House of the Entombed (Trinidad), 10th Street visit, visit to the house of Viceroy Juan Semano and Viceroy Espelta, ending at the La Bruja restaurant, enjoying a hot "canelazo." , visiting the dressing room of Carmen, Colon Theater, 10th Street, Quevedo Fountain, and ending in a colonial house with a hot drink to calm the nerves.

Bogotá: City Centre & Old Town La Candelaria Selfguided Walk

Bogotá: City Centre & Old Town La Candelaria Selfguided Walk

Get to know Bogotá in a relaxed way. Start the self-guided tour whenever you like and spend a varied and enjoyable time in this exciting and fascinating city. The tour takes you to some of the city's most important sights, including the Gold Museum, the imposing Bogotá Cathedral, the Palace of Justice and the Capitol. You will also experience the lively atmosphere of the old town "La Candelaria", with its narrow cobbled streets, colourful colonial houses and fascinating mix of art, culture and history, enriched by street artists, cosy cafés, art galleries and souvenir shops. Get to know the best local delicacies from street vendors and get insider tips for traditional restaurants and markets. At the tour stops, there are entertaining tasks to solve and fun questions to answer. Who knows, for example, what ... but no, we won't tell you yet! Plan a leisurely 3.5 hours for this 3.5 km walk so that you can take your time to look at everything and have time for small breaks here and there. The tour ends 500 metres from the starting point. The tour is a great way to get outside and discover new things with family, friends or on your own. It's like being shown Bogotá by a good friend who knows the city like the back of his hand and has many exciting stories and anecdotes to tell. You can start the tour at any time and as often as you like in the browser of a smartphone. On site or even from the comfort of your sofa. Enjoy your time in Bogotá! *** Good to know *** You will receive the link to start the tour in an email directly after booking.

Bogota: La Candelaria Highlights Walking Tour

Bogota: La Candelaria Highlights Walking Tour

Start by visiting the main landmarks in La Candelaria and discover the stories hidden behind them. Meet the group at Plazoleta del Rosario and continue through the 7th street and visit: • Bolivar Square: Capitol, Justice Palace, City Hall and Main Cathedral of Bogota. • Teatro Colón. • Chorro de Quevedo. Then, step aside from the touristic area and visit locals favorite 4 hidden gems: • A baroque church, keeper of the most curious stories in our history. • A counter-monument build by the victims of Colombian conflict. • Virgen del Carmen Sanctuary. • A local coffee shop. • A cool spot for your insta-pictures. Get to see the most touristic neighborhood through the eyes of locals, as you listen cool stories about history, culture, current social and political situation and personal anecdotes.

Bogota : Must-See Sites Walking Tour With a Guide

Bogota : Must-See Sites Walking Tour With a Guide

Embark on an exclusive journey through Bogotá's historic La Candelaria with your local guide. Begin at the charming Chorro de Quevedo Square, where you'll uncover hidden gems of the district. Stroll through the old streets of La Candelaria, engaging with locals and learning about the neighborhood's eclectic mix of colonial architecture and modern street art. Visit a chicha bar to taste the traditional local alcoholic beverage and hear about its cultural significance. Explore a vibrant local market to sample unique Colombian fruits, then dive into the world of Colombian coffee at a cozy café. Continue your tour at Plaza del Rosario and Plaza Simón Bolivar, where your guide will share intriguing stories about Bogotá's history, including the intersections of state, guerrillas, and drug trafficking. This tour ensures an unforgettable and immersive experience, uncovering the rich tapestry of Bogotá's most fascinating district.

Walking Tour La Candelaria

Walking Tour La Candelaria

Join us on a walk through the historic center of La Candelaria, where you can discover the magic of the architecture of this emblematic neighborhood of Bogotá, there the city really began, we will also find a mixture of colonial deco and modern art also telling the history of the first inhabitants of this city; the indigenous Muiscas, passing through its cobbled streets, old and colorful with graffiti and hostels, then coming to our history of violence by political parties, which would give as resulted in the birth of guerrilla groups in Colombia, which later led to the creation of paramilitary groups, all of this with the help of money from drug trafficking, which as a result of all this impact negative we would end up in a conflict of more than 50 years, also You will learn the history of the emerald mafia, as well as the richness of our natural resources and wide variety of fruits and therefore of course our coffee; the softest in the world. We will end our tour knowing a little about our coffee tradition and tasting a delicious cup of Colombian coffee.

Candelaria Unveiled: Cool-tural Heritage Walking Tour

Candelaria Unveiled: Cool-tural Heritage Walking Tour

Our tour blends history, art, adventure, and the best tips to ensure you enjoy your visit to Bogotá to the fullest with the company of the best local and professional guides! During the tour, we'll explore (among other places 😉) the following sites: Plazoleta de la Concordia: A place that combines art, culture, and tradition. Here, you'll find a farmer's market and craft shops. Callejón del Embudo: A cobblestone street shaped like a funnel, which used to be the edge of the ancient Quebrada de San Bruno. Chorro de Quevedo: The place where Bogotá was founded in 1538 by the Spanish conquistador Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada. Casa de 'La Pola': The residence of Policarpa Salavarrieta, heroine of the liberation campaign. Palacio San Carlos: The former official residence of the President of Colombia. Iglesia San Ignacio: A Catholic religious temple built in the 17th century. Plaza de Bolívar: The heart of Bogotá, surrounded by iconic buildings such as the Palace of Justice and the National Capitol. Manzana Cultural: A place that houses three of the most important museums, including the Botero Museum. If you're looking for an experience that blends the ancient with the modern, the cultural with the adventurous, this is your trip! Get ready to be amazed and immerse yourself in a unique experience.

Teatro Colón: Our most recommended tours and activities

Free Historic Bogota's Downtown Walking Tour (La Candelaria)

Free Historic Bogota's Downtown Walking Tour (La Candelaria)

Discover the places that have shaped the history of the city, and the country! In this a walking tour in La Candelaria, you’ll visit the beautiful historic center of Bogota, where you’ll learn about the history of the city while exploring it. Get in touch with the local culture, seeing the history come to life with stories from past and present. We’ll make sure to give you all the recommendations you may need to continue exploring Bogota on your own, whether you want to see all the museums, or eat in the best restaurants. This is a fun and informative walking tour full of curious facts about history, culture, gastronomy, architecture, places to visit, art and cultural offerings. Important info: this Tour is a shared experience called "Free Walking Tour" and our job is based on tips, which means that you are the one who decides how much your Guides deserve for their work. We suggest $50,000 COP per person which we consider is a fair value for your Freelance Guide considering the cost of a regular Walking Tour. This voluntary tip that you give to your guide is their way of making a living and maintaining this exciting job.

Free Colombian Conflict Tour: War, Drug Trafficking & Peace

Free Colombian Conflict Tour: War, Drug Trafficking & Peace

Colombia, known as one of the happiest countries on earth, is also one of the most unequal. Globally is also famous for its bad reputation for various negative situations, such as being a huge drug producer, assassinations of political leaders, and violent conflicts between different armed groups. Today this has changed, and while on this tour, you will understand the causes, the development, and the present days of the Colombian conflict. Join us for a real and interactive experience through some remarkable places and scars of the past. Learn about the development of Colombia's conflict in Bogota that changed our history, its ties to drug cartels, the violence he imposed on the country and "You know who" behind it. Travel through the history of the Colombian armed conflict! Important info: this Tour is a shared experience called "Free Walking Tour" and our job is based on tips, which means that you are the one who decides how much your Guides deserve for their work. We suggest $50,000 COP per person which we consider is a fair value for your Freelance Guide considering the cost of a regular Walking Tour. This voluntary tip that you give to your guide is their way of making a living and maintaining this exciting job.

Free Local Street Food Tour Bogota

Free Local Street Food Tour Bogota

Join a local guide and explore different shops to experience Bogota and Colombia in a delicious way on this walking tour. Discover the country's cultural mix with authentic food in non-touristy places, and choose the foods you want to try. Meet your guide, then begin your walk, stopping off to eat as you go. Get closer to Colombian culture and uncover the secrets of the country's heritage with your guide. Enjoy local hotspots for food tastings (food and drinks not included). Get to know empanadas, sweet corn with butter, hot chocolate with cheese, and more. Learn about the fascinating stories behind these meals, try all the food you want, and make friends on the way. Find veggie options available and pay only for what you eat (around 9-10 USD). Important info: this Tour is a shared experience called "Free Walking Tour" and our job is based on tips, which means that you are the one who decides how much your Guides deserve for their work. We suggest $50,000 COP per person which we consider is a fair value for your Freelance Guide considering the cost of a regular Walking Tour. This voluntary tip that you give to your guide is their way of making a living and maintaining this exciting job.

GhosTour La Candelaria Bogotá

GhosTour La Candelaria Bogotá

**Wed/Frid ´Sat 7:30 pm Tour Itinerary:** Meeting point,(Cacao Magola) (cr 2 #11-45 La Candelaria) welcome with a typical drink, and presentation by the professional guide. The first visit is at the grand sculpture of our heroine Policarpa Sala Variedad (La Pola), Concordia Square, Quevedo Fountain, Michone Complex, Ghost Street, La Salle University, visit to José Reimundo Rusi's house, House of the Entombed (Trinidad), 10th Street visit, visit to the house of Viceroy Juan Semano and Viceroy Espelta, ending at the La Bruja restaurant, enjoying a hot "canelazo." , visiting the dressing room of Carmen, Colon Theater, 10th Street, Quevedo Fountain, and ending in a colonial house with a hot drink to calm the nerves.

Bogotá: City Centre & Old Town La Candelaria Selfguided Walk

Bogotá: City Centre & Old Town La Candelaria Selfguided Walk

Get to know Bogotá in a relaxed way. Start the self-guided tour whenever you like and spend a varied and enjoyable time in this exciting and fascinating city. The tour takes you to some of the city's most important sights, including the Gold Museum, the imposing Bogotá Cathedral, the Palace of Justice and the Capitol. You will also experience the lively atmosphere of the old town "La Candelaria", with its narrow cobbled streets, colourful colonial houses and fascinating mix of art, culture and history, enriched by street artists, cosy cafés, art galleries and souvenir shops. Get to know the best local delicacies from street vendors and get insider tips for traditional restaurants and markets. At the tour stops, there are entertaining tasks to solve and fun questions to answer. Who knows, for example, what ... but no, we won't tell you yet! Plan a leisurely 3.5 hours for this 3.5 km walk so that you can take your time to look at everything and have time for small breaks here and there. The tour ends 500 metres from the starting point. The tour is a great way to get outside and discover new things with family, friends or on your own. It's like being shown Bogotá by a good friend who knows the city like the back of his hand and has many exciting stories and anecdotes to tell. You can start the tour at any time and as often as you like in the browser of a smartphone. On site or even from the comfort of your sofa. Enjoy your time in Bogotá! *** Good to know *** You will receive the link to start the tour in an email directly after booking.

Bogota: La Candelaria Highlights Walking Tour

Bogota: La Candelaria Highlights Walking Tour

Start by visiting the main landmarks in La Candelaria and discover the stories hidden behind them. Meet the group at Plazoleta del Rosario and continue through the 7th street and visit: • Bolivar Square: Capitol, Justice Palace, City Hall and Main Cathedral of Bogota. • Teatro Colón. • Chorro de Quevedo. Then, step aside from the touristic area and visit locals favorite 4 hidden gems: • A baroque church, keeper of the most curious stories in our history. • A counter-monument build by the victims of Colombian conflict. • Virgen del Carmen Sanctuary. • A local coffee shop. • A cool spot for your insta-pictures. Get to see the most touristic neighborhood through the eyes of locals, as you listen cool stories about history, culture, current social and political situation and personal anecdotes.

Bogota : Must-See Sites Walking Tour With a Guide

Bogota : Must-See Sites Walking Tour With a Guide

Embark on an exclusive journey through Bogotá's historic La Candelaria with your local guide. Begin at the charming Chorro de Quevedo Square, where you'll uncover hidden gems of the district. Stroll through the old streets of La Candelaria, engaging with locals and learning about the neighborhood's eclectic mix of colonial architecture and modern street art. Visit a chicha bar to taste the traditional local alcoholic beverage and hear about its cultural significance. Explore a vibrant local market to sample unique Colombian fruits, then dive into the world of Colombian coffee at a cozy café. Continue your tour at Plaza del Rosario and Plaza Simón Bolivar, where your guide will share intriguing stories about Bogotá's history, including the intersections of state, guerrillas, and drug trafficking. This tour ensures an unforgettable and immersive experience, uncovering the rich tapestry of Bogotá's most fascinating district.

Walking Tour La Candelaria

Walking Tour La Candelaria

Join us on a walk through the historic center of La Candelaria, where you can discover the magic of the architecture of this emblematic neighborhood of Bogotá, there the city really began, we will also find a mixture of colonial deco and modern art also telling the history of the first inhabitants of this city; the indigenous Muiscas, passing through its cobbled streets, old and colorful with graffiti and hostels, then coming to our history of violence by political parties, which would give as resulted in the birth of guerrilla groups in Colombia, which later led to the creation of paramilitary groups, all of this with the help of money from drug trafficking, which as a result of all this impact negative we would end up in a conflict of more than 50 years, also You will learn the history of the emerald mafia, as well as the richness of our natural resources and wide variety of fruits and therefore of course our coffee; the softest in the world. We will end our tour knowing a little about our coffee tradition and tasting a delicious cup of Colombian coffee.

Candelaria Unveiled: Cool-tural Heritage Walking Tour

Candelaria Unveiled: Cool-tural Heritage Walking Tour

Our tour blends history, art, adventure, and the best tips to ensure you enjoy your visit to Bogotá to the fullest with the company of the best local and professional guides! During the tour, we'll explore (among other places 😉) the following sites: Plazoleta de la Concordia: A place that combines art, culture, and tradition. Here, you'll find a farmer's market and craft shops. Callejón del Embudo: A cobblestone street shaped like a funnel, which used to be the edge of the ancient Quebrada de San Bruno. Chorro de Quevedo: The place where Bogotá was founded in 1538 by the Spanish conquistador Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada. Casa de 'La Pola': The residence of Policarpa Salavarrieta, heroine of the liberation campaign. Palacio San Carlos: The former official residence of the President of Colombia. Iglesia San Ignacio: A Catholic religious temple built in the 17th century. Plaza de Bolívar: The heart of Bogotá, surrounded by iconic buildings such as the Palace of Justice and the National Capitol. Manzana Cultural: A place that houses three of the most important museums, including the Botero Museum. If you're looking for an experience that blends the ancient with the modern, the cultural with the adventurous, this is your trip! Get ready to be amazed and immerse yourself in a unique experience.

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I was born and raised in Bogota and can attest that all the information provided by the guide in such an engaging way was 100% My guide was Luz and she was incredible! Very knowledgeable and extremely engaging. I also was a tour guide at some point in my life, so I know what it takes to give a good tour. Luz was great! The tour was very complete, informative, interesting and fun! I recommend 100% Beyond Bogota for a good tour of La Candelaria and other places in Colombia

A very pleasant and very informative first contact with the city. Julia was a very knowledgeable guide, always ready to answer further questions and she managed to impulse an immediate and positive group atmosphere. The time flew!

Camilo delivered a potent class on contemporary Colombian history. The tour takes you through political and cultural landmarks with an elegant and detailed narration of events. Super worth it.

Camilo was very knowledgeable and excited to share his Bogota with the whole group. Excellent tour!

I like the passion Eric the guide will tell us the stories..