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Whether in the city or in the countryside, a private tour offers you a different perspective... MORE
• Cerro de Monserrate: Ascent to the Sanctuary by cableway or funicular, at the top of the mountain at 3150 meters (10350 feet) above sea level, to admire the best view of the city and part of the Sabana de Bogotá. Visit the church of the Fallen Lord of Monserrate.
• Coffee break: How about a cup of the best coffee in the world, at a Juan Valdés store?
• Gold Museum: One of the 20 best museums in the world according to TripAdvisor, offers visitors a glimpse of these lands before the conquest by the Spanish. A journey is full of stories of shamans, conquerors, legends, mysteries, and traditions.
• Emerald Museum (optional): The finest emeralds in the world come from the high mountains of the province of Boyacá, about 2 hours from Bogotá, which makes this city the natural market for these precious stones. Learn about the extraction process through a grotto that replicates the tunnels inside the mine and witness how these stones become some of the most appreciated jewels in the world.
• Plaza del Chorro de Quevedo: It is worth visiting the site of the foundation of Bogotá, on August 6, 1538, and walk the first street in the city.
• La Candelaria: The oldest neighborhood in the city, with its cobblestone streets and constructions made since the 16th century, offers a charming panorama.
• Lunch Included in a typical restaurant.
• Colonial Churches: They contain treasures of colonial art in their buildings, sculptures, and paintings.
• Institutional Sector: Plaza de Bolívar, the National Capitol, headquarters of the Congress, the Primada Cathedral, the Palace of Justice, the Mayor of Bogotá, the Archbishop's Palace and the College of San Bartolomé (1604), La Casa de Nariño ( Presidential Palace), the Palace of San Carlos ... There is much to see in La Candelaria
• Botero Museum, which exhibits the great collection of sculpture and painting donated by the master Fernando Botero to the People of Colombia. This exhibition includes works of his own authorship as well as the great masters of universal art: Renoir, Van Gogh, Dalí, Chagall, Claude Monet, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, Picasso, Miró, and others.
• Gold Museum closed on Mondays
• Botero Museum closed on Tuesdays
• Restrictions in Monserrate on Sundays, due to possible excess of visitors.
• Some of these trips are done by walking.
• Although a route that allows us to optimize the route is followed, it may vary depending on the weather conditions or the preferences of the visitors.
• Subject to availability.
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To get a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the start of the experience.
Confirmation will be received at the time of booking
It is advisable to bring a warm jacket
A moderate amount of walking is required
Due to uneven surfaces, this route is not recommended for people with walking disabilities or who use a wheelchair.
Subject to favorable weather conditions. The schedule of the visit could be adjusted to the weather conditions.
Children must be accompanied by an adult
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