Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Bogotá City Sightseeing Tour with Optional Lunch and Cable Car Ride. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
Paulo Roberto Silva
Fernando was a great guy and guide...made all efforts to attend us. Tour was quite interesting and as expected. Many thanks for all.
Tour guide was very nice and also quite knowledgeable about the city.
Our guide LOUIS was fantastic!! There are not enough adjectives to describe what a perfect day he had for us. We cannot recommend this tour and Louis enough - Bogota is a wonderful city and we cannot wait to return!!
I'm glad I booked this. Bogota is a large city and I couldn't have seen everything on my own. Thanks for the help.
Perfect introduction to the city! Views from Monseratte were amazing, the Gold Museum worth the visit and the city itself is a charm. The city tour was done in a small-group so we didn't have to wait around for other people to take pictures etc. Guide was the best, thanks Claudia!
Trinidad and Tobago
Very knowledgeable staff. Walk with a jacket and it's cold at higher elevations
Very good experience. The guide was pleasing and well trained. He was late and finished early, but the experience was well worth it.
Guide, Claudia was excellent. Good knowledge of Bogota and Columbia, Excellent English speaking ability. Enthusiastic. Very good overview of city.
The 5 hour tour was OK but not great . We felt rushed through the Botero and Gold museums. The problem is that because of the horrific traffic problem in Bogota, one spends a significant portion of the five hours in traffic such that one doesn't have enough time to see the sights without being rushed. In addition, the tour guide wanted us to take a cab from our last sight (Cerro de Monserrate) to our hotel. He claimed that drop off at our hotel was not included. I knew that wasn't true and just confirmed it on your website. After I pressed him on it, he did drop us off at the hotel. Unfortunately, if you want to see the sights in Bogota, you pretty much have to take an organized tour. It is not a tourist friendly city and there is no good way to get around safely on your own. I'm glad that I signed up for a tour, even if it wasn't a great one, saw the main tourist attractions and hope that I never have to go back.