Colombian cuisine features dishes and ingredients unfamiliar to many visitors, even foodies. This small-group experience unlocks the secrets of some of the most complex and nuanced fare in South America. In the company of two food-obsessed guides, you'll embark on a feasting extravaganza through the streets of the old town and afterward take part in a coffee workshop to get familiar with some of the finest beans in the world.
Food is a language of its own. There is a lot of cultures that is communicated through cooking and sharing a meal. And there is a lot to learn about people in what they eat daily.If you are eager to learn about Colombia and have an empty stomach, join us in our downtown food tour! From local snacks to hearty meals, Bogotá has a lot of history and culture packed in its food.This 2-hour food tour will begin in La Candelaria, in downtown Bogotá. After a brief introduction on the nuances of the local cuisine from our guide, the group will be taken to its first eating spot. Here you will have your first taste of food with what we call Abre Bocas(mouth openers): snacks or tea-time foods. You will have Pandebonos, Arepas, and Empanadas. All are popular around the country, but Bogotá has its own twist on the three of them.
Aimed at the LGBT Community, but open to everyone, this is a language exchange held in Latin America's Largest Gay Club. Whether you want to practice your Spanish, English, network with other LGBT Members, or simply come hang out, you can join us every Wednesday for Bogota's 1st LGBT Language Exchange - Wednesday Slay. We look forward to seeing you there.This is a free event. You do not have to purchase a ticket to join us. The $5 fee goes to a local organization that promotes the prevention of HIV/AIDS in Colombia's LGBT Community. Theatron offers Food & Drinks for very reasonable prices inside the event.
Andres Carne de Res Chia, located 32 km (20 mi) from Bogota, is considered one of the most successful restaurants in Colombian history. Besides the amazing typical food, it is also known for its crazy decoration and the great Colombian party! This service includes round trip Private Transportation, countryside knowledgeable Driver, and reservation managing. Please keep in mind that the restaurant is closed all Mondays and Tuesdays.
Dance and party the night away on this nightlife excursion in Bogotá. Your tour includes a dance lesson with a professional so you can keep up with salsa, cumbia, bachata, and merengue along with the locals, plus tastings of favorite liquors like rum or aguardiente. All transportation is also included for safe transit all night long.
There is nothing that can define a city better than its urban food and markets, and this tour will take you on a visit to all the most important ones in Bogota. Historically, markets have been an intersection for farmers and citizens, they are the place where the country side and the industrial world meet. In this particular city, markets developed as the place there the history of Bogota was woven. You will visit La Plaza de la Perseverancia, a market that dates back to 1910, when the city was only beginning. After this, you will follow to the Paloquemao Market, the most important place for exchange in the city nowadays. This tour will help you understand both history and the cultural significance these places have had for the Bogota.
The experience is about discover Chapinero district through our colombian food. If you tried the Colombian Regional Cuisine experience, this one is located especifcly in the north of the city, what means high gourmet dishes with a fancy touch but never let behind the most important thing, colombian regional food authenticity. Chapinero has been the economical center of the city, attracting well multicultural people, trendy shops, party and high cuisine. In our flexible experience, we will try the most important soups in the Andes region (Ajiaco, Sancocho, Mondongo, frijolada), a typical gourmet picada a classic Tamal from Tolimas region, fried plantain with cheese and a kind of guava jam (Aborrajado) from Cali the salsa Capital, Typical veggies from Colombia in the most gourmet way! and how forget our carribean coast with a delicious fish. Finally we will try a cup of colombian coffe . The idea is you get in touch with a new district more local and try high quality colombian cuisine.
Feast your senses on the culinary culture of Bogotá on a private full-day tour of the Colombian capital. In one of Bogotá’s most traditional restaurants, you’ll sample 'tamales' and ‘arepas’, two typical Colombian snacks. Then, you’ll immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of Plaza de Mercado, a market replete with exotic fruits and vegetable native to Colombia. Receive undivided attention from your private guide as you bargain with vendors, rub shoulders with locals and learn about the country’s cuisine. Lunch and round-trip transport from your Bogotá hotel is included.
win- win for every one. designed with a chef and a nutricionist so each fruit can potencialice the flavor of the next one + special our to understand the economic and political context of colombia and worlds diversity + social compromised- years of working with the comerciants understanding their needs and making the best for every one. now days giving english lessons to the community. SO MUCH MORE THAN JUST A FOOD TOUR
Learn about the chocolate-making process during a visit to popular South American retailer Republica Del Cacao. Before sampling the sweet treat, hear about the history of chocolate making and sourcing, as well as the different types and flavors. Plus, use your free time to explore the area around the chocolate shop, which is located in the shopping and restaurant district.
Visit both Chocolate & Coffee farms in the same day from Bogotá. This tour is one of a kind! Learn about the history, politics and the economy of coffee growing. Participate in the full process of coffee production (harvesting, peeling, drying, roasting & grinding). Tour a working cocoa farm and learn about what it takes to make delicious chocolate. Taste some of the finest quality coffee grown in Colombia. Learn about real local families that live off coffee & chocolate production. Eat a traditional campesino lunch prepared by farmers (available for purchase)
Get a taste for all Bogotá has to offer during this 3-hour comprehensive walking tour. Step into Bogotá history by visiting attraction-laden public plazas like La Candelaria’s ‘El Chorro de Quevedo,’ and Bolivar Square. Then see modern side of the Colombian capital, savoring a few tastes of the local cuisine and home-grown coffee. Finish your day with a ‘bang’ by playing ‘Tejo,’ a game that involves throwing metal discs at targets packed with tiny gunpowder charges. A guide, food and drink, and game fees are covered.
Sample some of Colombia’s tastiest artisanal food during a 3-hour gourmet eating excursion in Bogotá’s La Macarena area. Explore the many gastronomic delights of this creative, bohemian and food-focused area, stopping by three of La Macarena's top eateries to savor a variety of Colombian cuisine. At each tasting a culinary expert will share details about the dish, accompanied by your choice of juice, beer, wine or cocktail. A guide, local taxes, all food and drink and round-trip hotel transport is included.