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Bogota: Daily Group Tour of the Salt Cathedral Zipaquira

1. Bogota: Daily Group Tour of the Salt Cathedral Zipaquira

Travel for 2 hours north of Bogotá to the city of Zipaquirá, where you will visit the renowned Salt Cathedral. Known as a must-visit in Colombia, it is a monument of faith that has become an architectural piece like no other.  Explore the Roman Catholic church built in the ancient hollows of a salt mine, 180 meters below ground. Marvel at the cathedral’s architecture built within the mine’s remaining caverns and tunnels.  You will have 2 hours inside the Cathedral to visit all the sights as the audio guide explains about the process of salt formation, the architecture, and the mining process within every detail. Inside the mine, there are different pieces of stonework and sculpture that, due to their size and illumination, make this spectacular wonder an engineering jewel, famous around the world. You may also visit the light show at the very end of the tunnels before returning to Bogotá.

Bogotá: El Paraíso Favela Tour with Cable Car

2. Bogotá: El Paraíso Favela Tour with Cable Car

Go on a guided walking tour through Bogatá’s El Paraíso favela district. Hop on a cable car, meet with community leaders, learn about the local life, and see technicolor graffiti-filled walls.  Start your journey with either hotel pickup, or a bus transfer, accompanied by your guide. Arrive at the cable car station and begin your ride up the hill to El Paraiso. Takin in the panoramic views as your soar over the city. Gaze down at the colorful houses, and get a bird's eye view of the harsh living realities faced by the residents.  After your ascent, head off on a walking tour with your local guide to get a feel for the neighborhood. Wander the bustling avenues, spotting street art among the neon-painted houses and narrow boulevards. Meet local community leaders in charge of the New Life Foundation, learning about the positive changes that are being put into place to help revitalize this vibrant, yet underserved district. Continue to the best spot for panoramic views over the entire city, then try a traditional Colombian snack to get a feel for local culinary culture. Afterwards, head back down on the cable car, having seen a glimpse into one of Bogotá's most notorious favelas.

Bogotá: Guided Walking Tour of Monserrate Hill

3. Bogotá: Guided Walking Tour of Monserrate Hill

Meet your guide at the base of the mountain. Begin making your way up the mountain. Listen as your guide tells you about how Monserrate became a place of pilgrimage. Uncover how it became a tourist destination due to its exceptional viewpoints of the city. Walk along the Stations of the Cross Path on Via Crucis. See religious artwork as you learn about local flora and fauna. Flip a coin in a wishing well and be a part of a local tradition that has been going for decades. Stop at a viewpoint to take photos of sweeping views of the city. Hear about local superstitions, sayings, and interesting facts about the hill. Visit the Basilica of the Fallen Lord of Monserrate at the top of the hill. Admire the architecture of this 17th-century neocolonial church. Find out about the importance of Catholicism to the Colombian identity. Return to your meeting point at the end of the tour.

Bogotá: City Tour with Monserrate Hill

4. Bogotá: City Tour with Monserrate Hill

A staff member from the company will meet you at the hotel to take you on a tour around the historic center of the city. From here your first stop will be to Plaza de Bolivar, where you will walk along the streets and take a close look at the most important buildings of the city. You will explore buildings such as the National Capitol, which is the center of the country's legislative life; Casa de los Comuneros; Casa de Nariño, which is the Presidential house; and the Santa Clara Church Museum. The tour also includes a visit to the Gold Museum, which exhibits about 34,000 pieces of metalwork from various Hispanic cultures. The tour will then continue to the iconic symbol of Bogota, the Monserrate Hill, which rises up to 3,152 meters above sea level. Once having ascended to the top of the hill, you will visit the sanctuary where you will find the statue of the Lord of Miracles. This peak will provide you with the best platform to enjoy the views of Bogota.

Bogota El Dorado Airport (BOG): Avianca Lounge Entry

5. Bogota El Dorado Airport (BOG): Avianca Lounge Entry

Avoid the crowds and chaos of the public departure lounge and relax in style before your flight from Bogota El Dorado International Airport (BOG). Have access to unlimited high-speed Wi-Fi and dine on delicious food and beverages. Enjoy a 3-hour stay, then make yourself comfortable in one of the Avianca lounges located on the Departure Level of the International Terminal or Domestic Terminal. In the lounge, enjoy the opportunity to unwind before your flight and relax on the comfortable seating as you watch the TV, or read one of the many international newspapers and magazines. You can also make use of the lounges' unlimited high-speed Wi-Fi, and dine on an array of freshly prepared seasonal food as well as drinks.

Bogotá: Craft Beer Tour with Tasting

6. Bogotá: Craft Beer Tour with Tasting

To kick the tour off, play a traditional Colombian game of Tapazo to warm you up and get to know the other members of the group. Next, head towards an old house where the first beer brewed by a Colombian was produced. Learn about the three periods that Colombia has passed through, Colonial, Republican, and Modern, and how this has influenced the production and culture surrounding beer within the country. After your intro to the history of Colombian beer, visit a local Huitaca brewery and enjoy a pint of tropical beer. Continue to taste the flavors of the region at two more local craft beer spots, Manigua and Medellin. The next stop on the tour is a trendy Bogotá bar that brews their own beer. This is the perfect opportunity to see a mini-brewery in action and to mingle with some of the locals as they enjoy a cooling beer after work. The last destination of the tour is most certainly a treat, with one of the biggest selections of craft beers in Bogotá, there’s sure to be a beer for everyone’s tastes.

Bogotá: City Tour with Monserrate Skip-The-Line Ticket

7. Bogotá: City Tour with Monserrate Skip-The-Line Ticket

Spend a memorable day on a Bogotá private city tour. Visit Monserrate, Gold Museum, Plaza de Bolivar, Botero Museum, and La Candelaria as you learn more about Bogota's past and present. After pickup from your hotel, visit Monserrate which overlooks the entire city. Nestled in the Andean Mountains range, enjoy the beauty of nature, the sprawling city views, and the tranquil atmosphere of the Church. After visiting the hill, walk through the cobbed-stone roads of La Candelaria to uncover the city's colonial heritage and be dazzled by the beauty of Bogota's architecture. While walking around the old town, visit Colombia's finest art collection at the Botero Museum, named after the world-famous Colombian painter Fernando Botero. Next, learn more about Colombia's history with a visit to Bolivar Plaza. Pass by the Presidential Palace, Congress Building, City Mayor Building, and Justice Palace as you learn about Colombia's often turbulent history. Finally, enjoy a guided visit to the Gold Museum, home of the most impressive pre-Colombian goldsmith masterpieces. At the end of the experience, you will be dropped off back at your hotel.

Bogotá: Panoramic City Tour

8. Bogotá: Panoramic City Tour

In this City tour we will visit the entire city to get to know the most important areas of Bogotá. We will start at Parque la 93, then we go to see El Campín, the place where soccer matches are played and great concerts are held. We will arrive at La Candelaria where we can appreciate the historic center of Bogotá with old streets and houses and a lot of Colombian history can be told. We will pass by through the front of Monserrate. We will continue our tour to go to the international center where we will see different buildings; among them the National Museum, the Colpatria tower and the Planetarium. We will continue to the northern part of Bogotá where we will pass by through the Chapinero neighborhood, then through the financial center and the gastronomic area called Quinta Camacho. Passing through these areas, we will visit one of the most popular areas -especially at night- which is called the T zone. After that we will go to the Usaquén area, today is one of the most beautiful.

Bogotá: Villa de Leyva Full-Day Tour with Meals

9. Bogotá: Villa de Leyva Full-Day Tour with Meals

Discover Villa de Leyva on a full-day guided tour. See some of the most well-preserved colonial structures in Colombia, and admire the town's vibrant culture, historical sights, and striking natural beauty. Start your adventure at the breathtaking Sisga Dam. Then, head north to Raquira, a small town known for its traditional pottery. Next, take a short drive to Villa de Leyva’s Square: the largest entirely cobbled square in South America. Visit the Paleontological Museum and marvel at the fossils taken from the valley where Villa de Leyva is located. Learn their fascinating history dating back to the Cretaceous era. Stop for a quick break at a traditional restaurant and enjoy a local breakfast. Once ready, continue towards the hills to the Pozos Azules. Admire the blue-green reflection of the sky in these mineral-rich pools. Next stop: the Terracotta House. See the house made entirely out of clay and famously called "the largest piece of pottery in the world." Take some time to explore the quaint streets at your own pace before stopping once more for a delicious lunch.

Bogota: 3-Hour Andres Carne de Res Experience with Transfer

10. Bogota: 3-Hour Andres Carne de Res Experience with Transfer

The Restaurant Andrés Carne de Res opened its doors for the first time on June 19 in 1982 in a small ranch, with only 6 tables. Around one hour away from Bogotá, today it is known as one of the largest restaurants in Latin America. Enjoy an interesting visit to one of the most iconic restaurants in Colombia to taste the best roast beef, the best music to dance to, and the most pleasant atmosphere you can find, backed by the detailed and personal attention you will receive from your guide and servers. The service to Andrés Carne de Res includes transfers to the restaurant and back to the hostel, and a chauffeur who will wait for you as you dine.

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4.9 / 5

based on 53 reviews

Thank you so much for the experience! Francisco was was an informed & sympathetic guide. The public bus to the cable car was a crush but worth it to see what Colombian commuters deal with. A fascinating place to visit.

Really interesting trip with excellent guides (Francisco and Jhon). Travelled by bus so saw a lot of the city. Learnt a lot about the El Paraíso area. The cable car was great and the views from the top were amazing.

..an excellent trip..the cathedral is just amazing..transport was faultless..and they kindly dropped me back near my hotel..a perfect trip..

This tour is great! We booked last minute and are so glad we did! Francisco and John were both wonderful. Definitely worth the trip!

Francisco was an excellent companion all throughout the tour with a lot of knowledge and sensitivity for the area . Thanks a lot .