Excursión de un día a Villa de Leyva desde Bogotá

Villa de Leyva, Colombia

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12 horas (aprox.)
Recogida en el hotel incluida
Entrada para dispositivos móviles
Idiomas disponibles: Español y 4 más

Descripción general

Visite la Villa de Leyva de Colombia en este viaje de 11 horas desde Bogotá. Descubra la fascinante historia de este pueblo hermosamente conservado mientras explora su gran cantidad de atracciones, como El Infiernito (Litte Hell), el Puente de Boyacá, los estanques azules y el cercano pueblo de Raquirá, un punto de acceso para los recuerdos hechos a mano. Su viaje de un día incluye el transporte de ida y vuelta desde su hotel de Bogotá, junto con un guía y todos los costos de entrada.
  • Excursión de un día a Villa de Leyva desde Bogotá
  • Ver las vivas aguas ceruleas de los estanques azules.
  • En El Infiernito, aprende cómo los muiscas planearon sus cosechas.
  • Parada en el puente de Boyacá, donde tuvo lugar la batalla de Boyacá en el siglo XIX.
  • Visita Raquira, un pueblo cercano famoso por sus artesanías.
  • Recogida en el hotel y traslado de cortesía
Vea de cerca la historia colonial de Colombia y las fascinantes ciudades a las afueras de Bogotá en este viaje de 11 horas a Villa de Leyva. La arquitectura excepcional, las excelentes tiendas y la gran cantidad de atracciones históricas de esta apacible zona ofrecen la visión perfecta de la gran región de Bogotá.
Comience el día con una recogida a las 7 am en su hotel de Bogotá, dirigiéndose hacia el norte hacia Villa de Leyva. En ruta, deténgase en el Puente de Boyacá, sitio de la famosa Batalla de Boyacá, que ayudó a asegurar la independencia colombiana de los españoles.
Pronto llegará a Villa de Leyva propiamente dicho. Tómese su tiempo para investigar la impresionante arquitectura de la zona y escuche mientras su guía comparte una visión general de la historia del municipio. Te detendrás para ver la plaza principal de la ciudad, la Plaza de Mayor, y luego tendrás la oportunidad de visitar las tiendas y restaurantes locales de la zona.
Deténgase en El Infiernito (Little Hell), donde podrá admirar un antiguo observatorio Muisca. Aprenda cómo se utilizaron para calcular el tiempo óptimo para la cosecha y luego visite el reservorio de agua creado por los agricultores, llamado el estanque azul, lleno de vívidas aguas cerúleo. Continúe con un auténtico almuerzo colombiano y (a su cargo).
Termine su día en Raquirá, donde tendrá la oportunidad de navegar por una gran cantidad de tiendas de artesanía que ofrecen de todo, desde cerámica hasta tallados en madera, joyería y cestas, para recoger el recuerdo perfecto de su día. Luego retorne a su transporte para el viaje de regreso a su hotel de Bogotá.


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Jaime B
, jun 2013

Fue una experiencia muy grata y emocionante, Julio César, el guía, sabe mucho de la historia colonial y reciente de la región, fue impresionante saber que en lo que ahora son los andes antes era mar, ver el fósil en Villa de Leyva fue impresionante. Recomiendo este viaje pero si tienen la oportunidad de tomar el recorrido de 3 días no lo duden.

Cheryl M
, may 2018

My husband and I took the Villa de Leyva trip on a Wednesday in April. We were told it could be cold and rainy, but the weather was perfect, sunny and 70 or so. The tour was indeed customized for us. We were picked up promptly at 7am the traffic leaving Bogota was horrible that time of day and we were later told its because of so many students going that direction to the universities at that time.
Our first stop was to sample the local specialty of arepa made with corn flour and local cheese very delicious. Next we went to the village of Chiquinquirá to visit a cathedral renown for a miracle concerning an image of the Virgin Mary. We then drove on to Raquira to do a little souvenir shopping and to have a traditional lunch at a restaurant on the main square. The town is very picturesque and has many shops that sell pottery made of the local red clay.
After lunch we stopped at El Infiernito Little Hell, a title given to the area by the Spanish colonists due to a number of phallic pillars at the site. It was a religious worship site for the indigenous people. It is now an archeological dig site belonging to a university. The site served the indigenous as a burial ground and observatory, helping them to create a calendar.
We arrived in Villa de Leyva about 2:00 and walked around the village, taking note of the fossils which the Spanish colonists incorporated into their buildings and pavements as decoration. We also stopped for a hot chocolate at the Museum of Chocolate an unexpected, but delicious, experience.
Our guide was very knowledgeable and explained the background of all the sites on the tour as well as information on the lifestyle of the farm people. The farmers have their own cultural practices, music and way of dressing.
It was a very full day and we felt that we were able to see a much more diverse side of Colombia by going on this tour.

Margaret D
, ene 2017

This is a great trip and a way to visit an area that few people who visit Bogota get to see as it is a long one. It took 3 1/2 hours of driving through very interesting countryside to get to our first stop which was Todo Raquira, a very picturesque old Colonial town. Then to the pre-Columbian astronomical Muisca Observatory and next to Villa de Leyva, a very well-preserved Spanish colonial town. A great lunch was had in Villa de Leyva. My tour guide was very knowledgeable and a great companion. This wasn't a private tour, but I was the only one on it. We had torrential rain going back to Bogota, which was handled expertly by our driver.

Manuel U
, sep 2014

This is a beautiful town and the landscapes you watch while getting there are breathtaking. I gave it 4 stars because the driver was like a "maniac on wheels". At some point when I saw him passing 4 cars in a curved two lanes highway I started to think "That's it". I am glad we came back alive.

Antonino P
, jul 2014

Too far away from Bogota for a day trip

Laura S
, may 2014

Villa de Leyva is definitely an enchanting village with an amazingly big plaza, it is worth seeing. However my tour guide, even if a very nice young man, was not prepared at all. He barely said few words about this place and if you pay for a private tour as I did you surely except much more information.

Ellen H. D
, feb 2013

We cannot rate this your highly. Although our guide (Haiti) spoke English, she did not have a strong command of the language. It was very difficult to understand many of her words. She often didn't understand what we were asking (with repeated attempts, rephrased differently). See e-mail sent.

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