Bogotá
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Our most recommended Bogotá Night Tours

  • Bogotá: Small-Group Night City Tour by Bus

    1. Bogotá: Small-Group Night City Tour by Bus

    Discover the best of Bogotá at night on a 5-hour guided, small-group tour visiting the city's top sightseeing spots, including three main stops: Monserrate mountain, Andrés D.C. restaurant for dinner, and the trendy Usaquén district. Sit back and relax as a knowledgeable guide presents Bogotá's history, neighborhoods, and attractions. Kick-start your tour with a visit to the iconic Cerro de Monserrate, which stands 3,152-meter high in the city center. Stop to enjoy the sun setting over the city from your high vantage point, and watch as Bogotá's city lights start to shimmer in the night. Next, head over to one of Bogotá's traditional restaurants, Andrés D.C., for a taste of delicious Colombian food before making your way to your final stop: Usaquén. Walk through the city's first district that has now turned into a hip foodie neighborhood, enjoying local tastes and flavors from the man...

  • Bogotá: Party Bus to Andres Carne De Res

    2. Bogotá: Party Bus to Andres Carne De Res

    Experience the best party place in Colombia with other travelers on this party bus trip from Bogotá to Andres Carne De Res. Take advantage of VIP entrance and drinks on board. Andres Carne De Res is one of the most famous restaurants and party places in South America. Travel by party bus with a professional driver, two professional guides, music, and party energy. Enjoy cuba libre (rum and coke) for 50 minutes during the 1-hour drive to Andres Carne Des Res in Chia. Upon arrival, avoid waiting in the ticket line with VIP entrance. Party all night in the authentic Colombian party atmosphere. At the end of the night, take the bus back to Bogotá.

  • Bogotá: Group Tejo and Beer Tour

    3. Bogotá: Group Tejo and Beer Tour

    Immerse yourself in Colombian culture on this tejo and beer tour. After meeting your guide in the historical center of the city, listen to a brief introduction to the sport and its history before heading to a Tejo field in El Chorro de Quevedo, in the center of Bogotá. Here, enjoy some delicious local beers and picadas, a traditional meat appetizer which makes the perfect accompaniment for this unique sport. Each shuffle session lasts around 20 minutes and is interspersed with good beers, good food, and good conversation. Feel free to ask your guide for recommendations or suggestions at the end of the night. 

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