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Classic Steam Train til Zipaquira

Bogotá, Colombia

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Hopp ombord på et årstidsdamp (eller olje) tog for å beundre det vakre colombianske landskapet på denne helgedagstur til den naturskjønne byen Zipaquirá, med tur-og returtur fra Bogotá. Start med en avslappende togtur, med majestetisk utsikt over det colombianske landskapet underveis. Deretter tilbringe noen timer på egen hånd å utforske byen Zipaquirá, kjent for sin saltkatedral, og i nærheten Cajicá, en idyllisk colombiansk landsby, før du returnerer med tog til Bogotá. Din utflukt inkluderer en togbillett og rundturstransport fra hotell i Bogotá.
  • Full dag Zipaquirá tur med rundtur togtur fra Bogota
  • Se det naturskjønne savannelandskapet rundt Bogotá på den avslappende togreisen
  • Nyt ledig tid i byene Zipaquirá og Cajicá å utforske på egen hånd
  • Besøk den berømte Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá hvis du ønsker (egen regning)
  • Gratis hotellvalg og avgang
Det er på tide å klatre "alt ombord!" For en avslappende tur med vintre lokomotiv fra Bogotá til den colombianske byen Zipaquirá. Enten du er togleder eller bare ser etter en sjanse til å observere det colombianske livet utenfor storbyen, tilbyr denne helgedagskursen den perfekte flukten.

Start reisen med morgenopptak fra Bogotá-hotellet, på vei til byens La Sabana-stasjon, hvor du går ombord på det historiske toget for turen til Zipaquirá. Når du chug ut av stasjonen, nyt en serenade av colombiansk musikk fra bordet, eller ta en matbit på egen bekostning fra togens snackbar. Under turen, tilbringe litt tid å se ut av vinduet på det sublime landskapet i Bogotá savannen, som strekker seg til horisonten og utover.

Før du vet det, har toget din trukket inn i Zipaquirá, hvor du har fri tid til å utforske på egen hånd. Mange besøkende leder til byens berømte saltkatedral, en fantastisk underjordisk religiøs bygning skåret ut fra 250.000 tonn salt, som du kan sjekke ut på egen bekostning.

Etter stoppet i Zipaquirá, hopp tilbake på toget for turen til Cajicá, hvor du kan tilbringe litt tid på å surfe i byens spennende butikker eller nyte en lunken lunsj med autentiske colombianske spesialiteter.

Deretter klatrer du tilbake på din damp (eller olje) -kraft tog for en siste tur tilbake til Bogotá, svingete vei gjennom det vakre landskapet i Colombia. Når du kommer til stasjonen, motta et avslag på hotellet.

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Diesel Engine - not Steam - Salt Cathedral = old salt mine with crosses carved in mine galleries
, jan 2019
We were expecting Steam and go Diesel. The ride is rough and slow because it is an old railbed. Should be upgraded to welded continuous rail. Our "ticket" had a bar code which was never scanned. They needed to call to verify it before they gave you a real ticket with an assigned seat. If you get a seat near the car end, you have no view. It runs only on weekends and holidays and most passengers are Colombians. Everything in Spanish including directions. The "Cathedral" is an old salt mine where someone carved big crosses in the galleries. … pretty much all the same. Very dark as you walk by the stations of the cross downhill eventually to the gallery with an alter and mass being performed … and then on to two whole galleries of vendors selling molded salt statues and emeralds. Then you have the long climb back to sunshine. … Then the bus to lunch of which most people eat at the roasted meat restaurant food shed that the bus drops you off (good). Then walk 5 blocks to the train for the return trip. If you are a train buff, get on at the down town station because the old and repaired locomotives are on both sides just as you leave the station. GET THERE EARLY AS THE TICKET LINE IS LONG. Communication with Viator about pick up and where you are going to board the train is poor. Getting back to our hotel was fine after a number of phone calls.
Our driver did not show up at end of...
, jan 2018
Our driver did not show up at end of tour to take back to the hotel had to pay taxi back.
We were warmly greeted by our guide...
Gary M
, des 2017
We were warmly greeted by our guide. He got us to the train on time and was there to greet when we got back. The train ride was a wonderful experience of singing and laughter. The salt mines was very interesting how ever we never understood a word the guide said but the mine was impressive on its own. There was plenty of time for nice lunch in a Mexican restaurant. All in all was fun day
The train was fun but it was the...
Lynsey F
, okt 2017
The train was fun but it was the slowest train in the world. It wasn’t a steam train either. I think Sunday is steam train day. On Saturday we had a diesel. When you get to Zipaquirá buses take you on to cathedral (buy Tix on the train). After tour bus takes u back to train. Very brief at Cathedral
Enjoyable enough but if you don't...
, jul 2017
Enjoyable enough but if you don't book the Salt Cathedral tour you're going to have a lot of time on your hands. The train in the image is not the one pulling the carriages so forget that. Zipaquira main square is lovely but outside of that there's not much. Train stops for two hours at Cajica. Even less there. Maybe half an hour and you've seen all there is to see.Enjoyed the trip through the Colombian countryside, though.
We were picked up and dropped off...
, mai 2017
We were picked up and dropped off from our hotel promptly. Our drivers were very courteous, friendly and safe. We enjoyed the train ride and seeing the Colombian countryside. We hope that in the future, the tourist train company would have better instructions on meeting times/trip. We thought that we were catching the train back from Zipaquira to Cajica. We ended up rushing to the bus meeting point only to find out that we had one more hour because we were taking the bus instead of the train to Cajica.
Very well organised, picked up on time...
Gillian C
, feb 2017
Very well organised, picked up on time and all went according to the description.
This was a wonderful outing, but...
Gill d
, jan 2014
This was a wonderful outing, but because we were staying so near the station of Usaquen, we saw our 'guide' for five minutes at the beginning and end of the day. Also, he spoke no English which made communication difficult. You must have made a lot of money on our booking!
The train ride seemed much, much...
Elizabeth W
, okt 2013
The train ride seemed much, much longer than the 3 hours each way - partly due to the train never getting above about 40 MPH. The "delicious snacks" offered for purchase were standard snack machine-type things that were brought around by people working on the train. Probably what I could have really done without was the roaming musicians - however, there were a few people in my train car that really seemed to enjoy them, so it is just my taste. The Salt Cathedral was really little more than cross after cross after cross and then finally some actual sculpture - there was a nativity scene, a few angels, etc. and they were well done. When we were taken into the little town for lunch with stopped right in front of a restaurant where an attempt was made to herd everyone in to this particular restaurant. I declined and just roamed around on my own and found a different place for lunch. The instructions on getting back to the train and the time of the departure were unclear. One guide told me we would leave in 2 hours, another told me three. Upon return to Bogota the driver who was to have picked me up forgot about me and fortunately I found someone with a phone that could get reception in Bogota and they called your company and the driver did ultimately show up and get me back to my hotel.
A very good opportunity to see the...
, okt 2013
A very good opportunity to see the Colombian countryside. Zipaquira was a very interesting city. It was also very interesting to see the Salt Cathedral as this is one of the most popular tourist sites in Colombia. However, be aware that although it is called a "tourist" train, most of the tourists are local people (not foreign tourists from other countries) and most of the people operating this speak only Spanish. I can converse in Spanish, but it might be harder for someone who doesn't.

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