• Location: Bogotá, Colombia
  • Duration: 3 hours (approx.)
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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, local transport, food and drink and game fees are covered.

Highlights

  • Discover all that Bogotá has to offer during a walking tour of the city's many highlights
  • Admire the Colombian capital's main landmarks like the cathedral and Palace of Justice at Bolivar Square
  • See the colonial side of Bogotá at 'El Chorro de Quevedo' plaza in La Candelaria
  • Sample exotic fruits, local coffee and tasty Colombian cuisine in the city's modern neighborhoods
  • Play an (literally) explosive game of 'Tejo,' throwing metal discs at a target packed with tiny gunpowder charges
  • Great introduction to the city for first-time visitors

What You Can Expect

Full Bogotá Experience

Food tasting

Customer Reviews

GOPALAKRISHNAN V

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

Excellent tour of the city seeing the main sights, along with local food-tasting, all led by excellent and friendly locals.

Kiki USA

5 star rating: Highly Recommended December 2017

My friends and I truly had an amazing time hanging out with Dave while he showed us around the city.
He made us feel like we were walking around with a friend as we learned about Bogota's history.
I got to try empanadas for the first time and they were soooo good! As we walked through the square, there are locals all around selling their artwork and showcasing their talent. We stopped at the spot where an older man and woman were dancing the tango and Dave asked them if my cousin could salsa with the older man. They switched the music and allowed my cousin to salsa in the street.
It was so much fun!
Afterwards we were able to take a Colombian drink called Canelazo. It's made with sugar cane, liquor, cinnamon and other spices. It was delicious and warmed us up as it was chilly during our tour.
We were able to taste local coffee and see street art before we made our way back home.
We had so much fun in the square that we didn't have time to play the game Tejo but it didn't put a damper on the tour at all.
This tour is a must do and you HAVE to request Dave as he was the best!!
Thank you Dave for making our Bogota experience so memorable!

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