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Stop At: Cerro Monserrate, Monserrate, Bogotá, Colombia
Viewpoint located in the eastern hills of Bogotá, which has become a mandatory stop when visiting our city. The hill offers 2 types of transport to get up and down the hill, cable car and Funicular. When you reach its summit, from 3,150 meters above sea level you can enjoy a spectacular panoramic view of the entire city. You will also have the opportunity to visit the monastery of Monserrate and a crafts and food fair typical of our country. (Note: It is recommended not to visit it on Sundays, because the high percentage of visitors may cause delays that interfere with the tour itinerary and discomfort due to the long lines to go up or down the hill. ) attractiveness (s) of interest according to availability.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Barrio La Candelaria, Calle 10 # 0 15 Bogota, Colombia Llegando por avenida circunvalar preferiblemente., Bogota 111711 Colombia
Walk the cobbled and historic streets of La Candelaria, surrounded by colonial and republican style buildings that are preserved for being declared assets of historical and cultural interest. Additionally, during this tour you will have the opportunity to know the following tourist attractions of great importance in the area:
- Quevedo's fountain.
- Botero Museum (It does not open on Tuesdays).
- Casa de la Moneda Museum (It does not open on Tuesdays).
- Colon Theater.
- Church of La Candelaria.
- Our Lady of Carmen Church.
- Luis angel arango library.
- Gabriel García Márquez Cultural Center.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Plaza de Bolivar, Between Carreras 7 and 8 at Calle 10, Bogota Colombia
Main square of Bogotá and Colombia, declared a National Monument in 1995. This square is surrounded by the main buildings of the city where the main religious attractions and headquarters of the most important political organs of the country are located (The Palace of Justice, The National Capitol , The Primate Cathedral of Colombia, The House of the Ecclesiastical Cabildo, The Chapel of the Tabernacle, the Archbishop's Palace and the Liévano Palace).
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Museo del oro, Bogota, Colombia
It is considered the world's largest museum of its kind, with 50,000 objects exhibited in its archaeological collection among pieces of gold, stone objects, ceramics, precious stones and textiles belonging to different indigenous cultures that lived in different regions of Colombia. (Note: it DOES NOT open on Mondays, it will be replaced by the visit to another attraction of interest according to availability).
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Centro Internacional, Avenida 26, entre Carreras 7-10, Bogota Colombia
Strategic location for the financial sector located in the downtown area of Bogotá where high-rise buildings are located, mainly offices such as the well-known Torre Colpatria. During the tour of this sector you will have the opportunity to observe the bullring of La Santamaría, the National Museum and the Planetarium of Bogotá.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Barrio Teusaquillo, Bogota, Colombia
Neighborhoods with unique architectural characteristics in Bogotá for their English and Spanish style (Mediterranean and Modern) where the high class capital lived in the middle of the last century.
Duration: 20 minutes
Stop At: Cafe de la fonda, Cl. 24 ##19-96, Bogotá, Colombia
Family business of coffee culture where in addition to enjoying a delicious cup of 100% Colombian coffee, you will learn about the process of roasting the grain and the different areas in Colombia where it is grown.
Duration: 40 minutes