Theater & Concerts in Bogota

Top Concerts & Shows in Bogota, Colombia

Concerts & Shows in Bogota

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  • James K
    3 contributions
    This was an amazing trip. Learned the true meaning of El dorado. The lagoon and berries were awesome and the guide was terrific. The salt cathedral was amazing.
    Written August 18, 2022
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  • Jordan_McAlister
    Manhattan, KS422 contributions
    We had a really lovely time on this day trip from Bogotá. We were eager to see some of the historic towns and the countryside surrounding Colombia's capital, and this option did not disappoint. Be forewarned that this is a long day trip, beginning at sunrise and extending to well after sunset.

    Lorena, our tour guide, and Miguel, our driver, were super kind and helpful to us at every step. They're working very hard at an over 12-hour day, and deserve high praise. ¡Muchas gracias, amigos!
    Written March 3, 2022
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  • Laura W
    Germany3 contributions
    We had a great experience just the three of us going to the Tatacoa Desert. The guide was very nice, informative and very helpful with all questions/problems concerning our Colombia trip. We booked the trip in English - and her English was very good. Since we had to get back earlier to Bogotá on the second day, they were more than willing to accommodate that wish! Altogether a nice trip!
    Written August 21, 2018
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  • Amanda F
    3 contributions
    This was a wonderful tour. Amel was a fantastic guide, who taught us about Colombian salt history and ensured we had a great time.
    Written September 18, 2022
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  • Debbie H
    Denver, CO33 contributions
    Cows and countryside scenery and Villa de Leyva, oh my! This is a full day tour. Expect to be gone at least thirteen hours, especially with bogota traffic. Cindy and John were so sweet. There was a miscommunication about pick up time but they kindly waited for us to stumble downstairs. Cindy, our guide was very personable and chatted with us the whole three hours out. We stopped for coffee and cheese arepas, the start of a cheesy day. The countryside is beautiful and cows and sheep are everywhere. You eventually descend to the arid dessert that surrounds villa de leyva and get a very quick intro to the city. About fifteen minutes to forty five minutes. It is a cute town but many things weren’t yet open on a weekday morning. Which also means we weren’t pushing through hoards of people. Then it was onward to the 16th century monastery without resident cats who are just looking for love. Cool,old building and stories that remind me of Spanish missions in California. Almost everything is in Spanish but the guide will give you the gist and you can ask questions. After that whisked to one of three Colombian vineyards. You get a tour in Spanish that your guide translates and then tastings. Then you are whisked to the artisan town for a Colombian lunch…..ajiasco… and maybe some quick shopping. Then about a four hour or longer drive back to bogota when if you are like my husband, you can nap! It’s a lot in one day but for people wanting to check a lot off list and not stay overnight in villa de leyva, it is a good option.
    Written September 24, 2022
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  • Bruin23
    Dover, NH14 contributions
    Can't say enough good things about this experience. It was hands down our favorite activity during our stay in Bogota. The company is very responsive via WhatsApp. We were promptly picked up at our AirBnB and our driver was great. Our guide was amazing as well. The farms we visited were tiny and the owners were very personable despite the language barrier. It was amazing seeing some of our favorite foods go from plant to finished product in front of ours. It gives you a lot of perspective on products you might take for granted. I highly recommend this tour, it is well worth the money!!!

    I noticed a recent review complaining about the amount of driving, lunch, and lack of engagement by the guide among other things. The downside of the tour is definitely the amount of driving so be prepared to deal with this anytime you leave the city. We were "lucky" with traffic according to our driver and still spent the bulk of our time in the car. Bogota's traffic is horrible. I recommend a mid-week tour to alleviate traffic a little. It's just something you have to deal with for this type of experience. Our vehicle was modern and handled well on all the roads. The mountain roads can be really bumpy, so keep that in mind. We took anti-nausea medicine before we left. I'd recommend the same if you are prone to car sickness at all.

    Our guide was completely engaged with us the whole time. I can only speak of my experience. Every guide is different, but ours was great.

    The food for lunch was nothing fancy. But as a traveler I want to try the foods the locals eat. This is definitely what we got. It's hard to believe there were even restaurants in these remote areas.
    Written September 19, 2022
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  • Liska J
    Los Angeles, CA6 contributions
    Tomas was the most knowledgeable guide I’ve probably ever encountered. He was gracious and patient with all of my questions (and I had a lot). My expectations were far exceeded.From religious history to Colombian history and art history, he knew it all. If you have only a few days to get to know Bogotá I highly recommend you seek him out and take this tour.
    Written May 4, 2022
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  • Bill S
    1 contribution
    This was a fun, albeit tough, hike. The guides were well informed and helpful. The morning was well organized. We started in Parque 93 and drove to the Parque Nacional. Luckily they had some extra pairs of rain boots to loan us. But don't take a chance and bring your own! We hiked up from 2800m to about 3500m and got some really great views, up in the clouds. After we went back to the farm and were served an awesome local meal!.
    Written September 8, 2022
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  • Ekin
    Sydney, Australia2 contributions
    A friend and I did the Bogotá and Salt Cathedral tour that included beautiful Montserrate and the charming town of Zipaquirá, with a private driver and wonderful guide Jhon Fredy.
    Jhon Fredy was the perfect guide to this amazing city- he is so knowledgeable, friendly and warm and made our trip even more incredible. Don’t miss this tour!
    Written November 1, 2019
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  • B d A
    Athens, Greece817 contributions
    Bolivar Plaza appears clumsy compared. This was clean salubrious and with poised theatricity, retaining its ingredients. It added to the overblown Salt Cathedral saga. Spanish Colonial style, colourful and with the town fragrant and in a good scale. Worth walking, enjoying the poetic simplicity. The open, undulating surface wise square, provides space and foregone time pervades it
    Written July 24, 2022
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  • Miguel V
    Hiroshima, Japan1 contribution
    I had a wonderful experience thanked to the tourists guidance as she was very passionate and very enthusiastic while explaining about the Mine. I am very happy about the trip.
    Written August 21, 2022
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  • Fabio_Caraffini
    Leicester, UK32 contributions
    A very amazing place from the natural pint of view and for its history, which relates to the legend of Eldorado and to the subsequent search of gold of the Spanish
    Written February 23, 2020
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  • Dan F
    2 contributions
    The páramo is unlike anything we’ve seen before and we can thank Andes Ecotours for leading us to this wild and otherworldly landscape. The mountaintop weather was severe the day that we went, with rain and clouds racing across the high plain, but our knowledgable and sure-footed guides led us steadily through. This is not an interpretive hike with frequent stops for explanations. Instead, we hiked two miles up and across high plains lush with mosses, colorful low flowers, succulents and the inimitable frailejón plants. We stopped to rest occasionally, which was when our guides took the opportunity to explain the surroundings. Returning to the high mountain farm where we started, we were treated to a hot aguapanela tea and offered a place to change our wet and muddy clothes. We definitely suggest that you consider wearing the high rubber boots that the company can arrange with a couple of days’ notice. Despite the high altitude, the terrain is wet and boggy, especially when the clouds roll in. It makes for some slippery sections, but it’s also what makes the landscape so magical. Sumapaz is a protected landscape that is hard to get to, but we were well served by Andes EcoTours on our unforgettable trek.
    Written September 20, 2022
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