BOGOTA 6 HOURS PRIVATE CITY TOUR

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This tour begins with a visit to the Gold Museum, the largest of its kind in the world for its extraordinary collection of gold pieces of pre-Columbian cultures. Immediately visit the church of San Francisco, and religious art architectural jewel dating back to the sixteenth century, the Emerald Museum (Optional), the Plaza de Bolívar, located in the bohemian district of "La Candelaria", the heart of the old part of the city, where are located the First Cathedral, the Congress building, the Presidential Palace and the City Hall. Then visit the Botero Museum, which contains a vast collection of paintings and sculptures donated by Master Fernando Botero to the people of Colombia. Of works, 85 correspond to his personal collection of world art masters such as Renoir, Van Gogh, Dali, Chagall, Claude Monet, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, Picasso, Miró and others.

** Gold Museum is closed on Mondays **

** Botero Museum is closed on Tuesdays ** 

 

GET HIGH SEASON TOUR AT A LOW SEASON PRICE NOW!

  • All reservations made between September 1st and October 30th, 2018, for tours scheduled until March 15th, 2019, will keep the low season rates. As of November 1st, high season rates will apply.
  • Subject to availability.

 

PAX 1 2 3 4 5+
Price per person US$ 170 97 70 55 Ask

 

IT INCLUDES:

  • Gold Museum fee
  • Coffee break
  • Water bottle
  • Exclusive transportation by private car
  • Professional tour  guide English / Spanish
  • ** Free: Colombian Music Album **

IT DOES NOT INCLUDE:

  • Other expenses not specified

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  • Nationality
  • Date of service
  • Where would you like to go?
  • Hotel in Bogota
  • Number of passengers

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Route

  1. Su Hotel
  2. Museo del Oro
  3. Plaza de Bolívar
  4. Palacio Presidencial
  5. Museo Botero
  6. Regreso