Bogota tours, things to do and tickets
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The route, of about 12 kilometers, is mostly flat, and the tour is casual, with frequent stops.
• Historical landmarks in downtown Bogota
• Tick off top attractions including Botero Museum, Gold Museum and Monserrate hill (chosen according to length options)
• A thorough lesson on Colombian recent history: armed conflict, state and peace process
• Local experiences of traditional food tasting: chicha, fruits, sweets and coffee
• A day full of contrasts, experiences and memories of Bogotá
This is a shared tour, it is a fun and informative tour full of fun facts about history, culture, gastronomy, architecture, places to visit, art and cultural offer.
This Tour is part of a shared experience called "Free Walking Tour" and the value you just paid through Viator is the same suggested tip per person for the guide's work. This amount that you already paid in advance will go directly to your guide (minus the commission). In this way, at the end of the Tour, the guide will not ask you for any extra contribution. We hope you have fun and learn with us!
La Candelaria is a creative hot-spot of Bogotá. There’s nothing like it anywhere else in this sprawling city. Art-deco and colonial houses, with baroque churches behind them; the old and the new intermingled in this free walking tour Bogotá.
Join one of our guides in the heart of Bogotá and discover what this neighborhood has hidden away. Inscribed in graffiti and mixed in the drinks, you’ll discover Bogotá’s colonial and indigenous past, the roots of Colombian history.
A confluence of culture and conflict can be felt all around, as you follow a trail of graffiti through old city streets. Learn about the impact of Colombian drug trafficking, emerald mafia, and how all lines up with its +50 year old armed conflict. State, drugs, war, guerrillas, trade: a volatile mixture that has often blinded us to the better side of Colombia.
In this experience you will discover the unique flavors of the different Colombian regions. We will go to 7 places in total within the La Candelaria neighborhood and sample a variety of traditional foods. We will visit multiple family-owned businesses to try authentic dishes and interact with locals. In a single afternoon, you will be able to learn more about the Colombian culture through its food and history. This tour is accomodating for both vegetarian and vegan preferences , please just let your guide know. We will eat plenty of samples over the course of the tour so please make sure you come hungry!
**We are constantly changing the venues we visit to accomodate whatever is going on in the city, so the photos and attractions listed may not be the same as the day you do the tour.**
**Please make sure you bring good walking shoes, an umbrella, and water. Make sure you give yourself enough time with the traffic to arrive at the starting point.**
We recommend that you wear comfortable clothing for the hike up to the Guatavita lagoon, which includes steps.
*This tour begins and ends in Parque de la 93.
*The arrival times of this tour depend on the traffic.
*Seats are assigned in order of arrival
*The itinerary is developed regardless of weather conditions
*At the moment (2021+) Guatavita does not have guides in English, you can take the tour in Spanish.
As with graffiti everywhere else, Bogotá’s history with the art has often been tense. But great art can overcome negative labels. Right now, no one would call it vandalism. It has struggled but has earned its place and the city is better for it. The mixture of social and political commentary with a twist of local and foreign styles make Bogotá’s graffiti truly a sight to behold.
Join us in this tour not only of Colombia’s history as told by art but a tour of Bogotá as a curated museum of amazing artists!
This tour will give you an enticing introduction to Colombia's capital. You will be able to take in the artsy and colorful streets and alleys we walk through while we talk about a variety of topics, visit the most important spots in the city, and interact with locals.
Join us on the oldest walking tour in the city! Duration: 2 to 3 hours.
The Salt Cathedral, located
180 meters underground, it will give you an experience away from
the everyday. Initially, it was a mine where the workers created a small chapel. However, they never imagined that it would become an unmissable attraction for visitors.
Each step in the Cathedral will surprise you, from the Stations of the Cross to the Coru, a balcony where you can appreciate the largest underground cross in the world, which measures 16 meters high by 10 meters wide.