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Bogotá City Sightseeing Tour with Optional Lunch and Cable Car Ride

Bogotá City Sightseeing Tour with Optional Lunch and Cable Car Ride - Bogotá, Colombia
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Duration: 8 hours
Location: Bogotá, Colombia

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$40.00

Explore the city of Bogotá on this guided sightseeing tour to some of the most famous attractions in the city! Walk through the cobblestone streets of La Candelaria, Bogotá’s historic district, and see La Catedral Primera (Prime Cathedral). Choose the 5-hour tour to include a visit to the Museo de Oro (Gold Museum) and a ride on the cable car to Mt Monserrate, or select the 8-hour tour to include the same, plus lunch and visits to even more sites like the district of Usaquén.

While in Bogotá, take a city sightseeing tour to discover the best of this beautiful Colombian city! After pickup from your Bogotá hotel, begin your city tour in La Candelaria, the historic neighborhood of Bogotá ... More info ›

Explore the city of Bogotá on this guided sightseeing tour to some of the most famous attractions in the city! Walk through the cobblestone streets of La Candelaria, Bogotá’s historic district, and see La Catedral Primera (Prime Cathedral). Choose the 5-hour tour to include a visit to the Museo de Oro (Gold Museum) and a ride on the cable car to Mt Monserrate, or select the 8-hour tour to include the same, plus lunch and visits to even more sites like the district of Usaquén.

While in Bogotá, take a city sightseeing tour to discover the best of this beautiful Colombian city! After pickup from your Bogotá hotel, begin your city tour in La Candelaria, the historic neighborhood of Bogotá. Admire the colonial architecture of the neighborhood as you walk along cobblestone streets.

Then follow your guide to Plaza de Bolívar (Bolívar Plaza), home to some of the most historical buildings in Bogotá. As you walk around the plaza, see La Catedral Primera (Prime Cathedral), the Presidential Palace and the Capitolio Nacional (National Capitol). As your tour continues, make your way to Museo de Botero (Botero’s Museum), where you’ll see more than 100 works of art by famous artist Fernando Botero, as well as many other paintings from artists around the world.

5-hour tour:
Choose the 5-hour city tour to visit everything mentioned above, as well as the Museo de Oro (Gold Museum), home of the world’s largest pre-Hispanic collections of gold works. Then, ride a scenic cable car up Mt Monserrate, home of the Monserrate Sanctuary, a famous pilgrimage site. Admire stunning panoramic views of Bogotá from the top of the mountain before being transported back to your hotel.

8-hour tour:
For the ultimate in Bogota sightseeing, take the 8-hour tour to include everything mentioned above, as well as an authentic Colombian lunch at a local restaurant and visits to more interesting sites like Quinta de Bolivar, home of Simon Bolivar, a 19th-century liberator of the Andean countries. Head to the north end of Bogotá, where you’ll see the International Center, the financial district of Bogotá and Parque 93. Then visit one of the most picturesque sections of Bogotá, Usaquén. Admire the colorful colonial architecture of the neighborhood, which is home to many restaurants and bars. After exploring Usaquén, you’ll be transported back to your hotel.

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Bogotá by Night City Tour

Bogotá by Night City Tour - Bogota, Colombia
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Bogota, Colombia

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$26.00

Bogotá is a city with many faces and personalities. The one every visitor should experience is the charming Bogotá by night ... More info ›

Bogotá is a city with many faces and personalities. The one every visitor should experience is the charming Bogotá by night. After pickup from your Bogota hotel the tour starts at the La Calera lookout where you will be able to see the magnificent lights of the city turning on as night falls over the capital. There, warm up with a local drink called 'Canelazo', and get ready to head downtown.

After pickup from your hotel, drive along Avenida Circunvalar lining the East Hills all the way into the trendy neighborhood of La Macarena, the place of Bogotá’s art scene with an offering of bars, restaurants, and small handicraft shops. From there, head down to the Centro Internacional, where you'll see the remarkable contrast between the colonial architecture of the National Museum and Colpatria, the tallest building in Bogotá.
Then walk along the bustling Carrera Séptima, a main road in the city center that transforms during rush hour. Conclude the walk at Plaza de Bolívar, home to the most important administrative buildings in the city.
The tour will finish with hotel drop-off, or at a restaurant or bar of your choice.

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Colombian Coffee Tour from Bogotá

Colombian Coffee Tour from Bogotá - Bogota, Colombia
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Bogota, Colombia

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$70.00

Visit an authentic Colombian coffee plantation on this day trip from Bogotá. In the town of Fusagasugá, learn about the history of coffee-making in Colombia and see the coffee-making process in action as you're lead through the Hacienda Coloma Coffee Plantation by your expert guide.

Get a true Colombian coffee experience on this tour from Bogotá! After pickup from your hotel, you'll be driven to the small town of Fusagasugá, located approximately 1.5 hours southwest of Bogotá ... More info ›

Visit an authentic Colombian coffee plantation on this day trip from Bogotá. In the town of Fusagasugá, learn about the history of coffee-making in Colombia and see the coffee-making process in action as you're lead through the Hacienda Coloma Coffee Plantation by your expert guide.

Get a true Colombian coffee experience on this tour from Bogotá! After pickup from your hotel, you'll be driven to the small town of Fusagasugá, located approximately 1.5 hours southwest of Bogotá.
Take a tour of the Hacienda Coloma Coffee Plantation, nestled in the lush rolling hills of the Colombian countryside. Your expert guide will teach you about how Colombian coffee is made, and you’ll see the processing of coffee up close. Take in picturesque views of the coffee plants and sample fresh coffee!
After exploring the plantation, stop for lunch at the nearby market square, where numerous exotic fruits are sold. You'll then be taken back to your Bogotá hotel.

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Cartagena City Tour

Cartagena City Tour - Cartagena, Colombia
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Cartagena, Colombia

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$57.34

Enjoy a guided city tour of Cartagena and explore Colombia's most-visited city! Cartagena is known for its laid-back Caribbean vibe mixed with astonishing colonial architecture. See what all the buzz is about on a guided sightseeing tour of the city that includes entrance fees to Cartagena's museums.

The charm of Cartagena goes beyond the intriguing streets of the walled city ... More info ›

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Enjoy a guided city tour of Cartagena and explore Colombia's most-visited city! Cartagena is known for its laid-back Caribbean vibe mixed with astonishing colonial architecture. See what all the buzz is about on a guided sightseeing tour of the city that includes entrance fees to Cartagena's museums.

The charm of Cartagena goes beyond the intriguing streets of the walled city. On this tour, you will not only visit these, but the most significant treasures of the city accompanied by an expert guide. On our Grand City Tour of Cartagena, you will enjoy the magic of the streets, churches, architecture, and squares of the old Cartagena. As you walk through the streets, be amazed by the contrast between the wealth and magnificence of the city and the warmth and the discreet charm of its neighborhoods.
 
After picking you up at your hotel, we will go to Isla de Manga, where we will have the chance to enjoy the architecture of the Republican houses and Cartagena’s Moorish style that dates back to the early twentieth century. After, we will continue to Cerro de la Popa where we will not only visit an antique monastery but where we will enjoy a stunning panoramic view of the city. We will then visit the Castillo de San Felipe de Barajas, the largest military architectural structure left by the Spanish in America.
 
After a lunch stop at Plaza Fernández de Madrid, we will walk through cobblestone streets and colonial houses in the Walled City. We will visit the famous Plaza del Comercio, and after walking further into the old city to Plaza de Bolivar. We will visit Naval Museum, where you will be able to understand Cartagena from its geography through cartography and pirates' history. Finally, we will go to the San Pedro Claver church, which was built in the second half of the 17th century.

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Villa de Leyva Day Trip from Bogotá

Villa de Leyva Day Trip from Bogotá - Bogota, Colombia
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Duration: 11 hours
Location: Bogota, Colombia

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$54.00

Discover the charming colonial architecture and cobblestone streets of Villa De Leyva, one of Colombia’s magical villages, on an 11-hour day trip departing from Bogotá. Explore i fascinating history, how it’s been beautifully preserved and the variety of sights including Boyacá Bridge, El Infiernito (Litte hell), the blue ponds and Ráquira.

You will hardly find a place in Colombia that takes architectonic preservation as serious as Villa de Leyva ... More info ›

Discover the charming colonial architecture and cobblestone streets of Villa De Leyva, one of Colombia’s magical villages, on an 11-hour day trip departing from Bogotá. Explore i fascinating history, how it’s been beautifully preserved and the variety of sights including Boyacá Bridge, El Infiernito (Litte hell), the blue ponds and Ráquira.

You will hardly find a place in Colombia that takes architectonic preservation as serious as Villa de Leyva. This small village located in the department of Boyacá and it’s a 3-hour drive from Bogotá. Spanish colonizers founded the village in 1572, visiting it gives the sensation of going back in time and in 1954 it was declared a national monument. 
Get a closer look at the colonial history of Colombia’s and the fascinating towns outside of Bogotá on an 11-hour daytrip to Villa de Leyva. This mellow area’s exceptional architecture, great artisan craft shopping and historical richness offer the perfect combination.
Get started with a 7 am pickup at the hotel, proceeding north towards Villa de Leyva. Enjoy of a historical stop at the Boyacá Bridge, where the battle of Boyacá took place in the 19th century which helped secure Colombia’s independence from the Spaniards. Afterwards you’ll arrive to Villa de Leyva where you can take your time to admire the striking architecture of this area and learn the history around it thanks to a professional guide. Go to El Infiernito (Little Hell) and marvel in an ancient Muisca observatory and how they used to calculate the optimal time for harvest and then visit the blue pond, a water reservoir created by farmers. The water’s color has turned into a surprisingly vivid blue that contrasts beautifully with the arid vegetation.
Finish your visit to Villa de Leyva with an authentic Colombian lunch and (at your own expense) before proceeding to Raquirá, a small village nearby, famous for its amazing craftsmanship of woodworking, pottery, basketry and more. Have the opportunity to do some souvenir shopping and the then proceed to go back to Bogotá where you’ll be taken back to your hotel.
Optional: Change any of the activities above for the Casa de Terracota, which is a house made of clay measuring 500 m², considered the largest piece of pottery in the world. Designed and built by architect Octavio Mendoza, this house is baked in the same manner as pottery makers when they produce vases, dishes and other decorative objects.

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Half-Day Guided Tour of Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral from Bogotá

Half-Day Guided Tour of Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral from Bogotá - Bogotá, Colombia
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Duration: 5 hours
Location: Bogotá, Colombia

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$60.00

The Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral is not like other churches. Descend hundreds of feet underground to explore this unique creation which was carved into the walls and ceiling of an abandoned salt mine ... More info ›

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The Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral is not like other churches. Descend hundreds of feet underground to explore this unique creation which was carved into the walls and ceiling of an abandoned salt mine. Explore the dimly lit tunnels along wide pathways as a bilingual guide explains the history and significance of the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral. This half-day cultural tour is perfect for the whole family.

After pickup from your hotel, head out of Bogotá to the nearby town of Zipaquirá, home of the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral, in private transportation. Descend more than 650 feet (200 meters) below the surface of the earth and admire this impressive piece of Colombian architecture. Learn from your bilingual guide how the salt cathedral began along a 24 foot (75 meter) section of the mine in 1954 before being closed for safety reasons. After a full refurbishment and expansion, the Zipaquirá Salt Cathedral was reopened in 1991. Highlights include the stations of the cross, the dome, and the three naves all carved out of the salty walls and ceiling of the abandoned salt mine. Return above ground and walk around the mountain town of Zipaquirá before transferring back to your Bogotá hotel.

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