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Mount Monserrate

15,642 Reviews

Mount Monserrate

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Energetic Bogotá has grabbed global headlines as a bike-friendly city, but finding the best routes can be a challenge for first-time visitors. Grab a bike to explore the city with a guide to lead the way, pedaling through La Candelaria, Plaza de Toros, and neighborhoods with colorful street art. Break up the mostly-flat route with stops at a fresh fruit market and a coffee factory.
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Kala B wrote a review Oct 27
Birmingham, Alabama40 contributions8 helpful votes
The climb up over 100 flights of stairs was well worth it! The view of Bogota was beautiful. We went before lunch so it wasn’t too crowded. Our youngest son (age 6) made the climb without difficulty. Definitely worth the time!
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Date of experience: October 2020
Qim wrote a review Sep 2020
Brighton, United Kingdom9 contributions
It’s a must if you visit bogota or if you are new in town. Authentic lift, historic buildings and all city in front of you in top of a forest. Must do.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Jay A wrote a review Sep 2020
Montrose, Colorado609 contributions58 helpful votes
Because the teleférico (cable car) was undergoing maintenance, we rode the funicular to the top of the mountain. Pilgrims generally make the trip on foot. The funicular was wonderful. The mountain is 10,341 feet (3,152 meters) above the sea level. The view of Bogotá from this vantage point is unsurpassed. For pilgrims, the 17th century church and shrine at the top are dedicated to El Señor Caído, "The Fallen Lord". Even before it became a sacred place for the Spanish colonialists, it was already revered by the indigenous Muisca people. This is a place that you should not miss when you visit Bogotá.
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Date of experience: February 2020
Éliane H wrote a review Aug 2020
3 contributions1 helpful vote
Both tramway and funicular rides are available. The walking trail up and/or down is to be advised. Excellent view of central Bogota. Nice trail on the top.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Sandy R wrote a review Jun 2020
Hong Kong, China294 contributions80 helpful votes
From City Barcelona we drove 2 hours at least, so I suggest whose stay hotel in the city, you'd better leave early. We left City around 9:30, there were some simple restaurants and cafe, food was okay but not special. - suggest you bring some water, you can buy but I felt they ripped you off. - cable car is fun experience which you don't miss. - spent 3 hours there, the view was magnificent, - the high light for me was the famous statue of Black Madonna , you have to queue for that around 20 min ? and make sure you take pictures without Flash. - it is worth to go, but you have to expect the car journey was really tiring, and with the sun that you need umbrella or sun hat. * put on sun block as well, girls may need that .
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Date of experience: July 2019
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