- Mobile Voucher accepted
- 6 hours
- 24 Hour Support
- Verified Operator
- Transportation Included
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Bogotá is one of the most dynamic cities in Latin America, has varied activities for all ages and genders at any time of day. In this Tour, we will have a panoramic tour of the city touring representative places;
1-El Barrio La Candelaria: is the Historical Center of Bogotá, 2-Museum of Gold; The collection of the Gold Museum of the Bank of the Republic has been declared National Monument and considered the most important of the world of its kind. 3-Botero Museum: The collection of art donated by the Colombian master Fernando Botero is cataloged as the most important in the history of the country.4- Bolivar Square, this area served for centuries as a scene of civil, martial and religious representations 5-Chorro de Quevedo: Some historians assert that in this site was located the first settlement ordered by Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada in the indigenous territories of Bacatá. 6-Cathedral Primada: It is located in the place that will occupy the first church raised in the Place of Bolivar in 1539 by order of the founder Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada. 7.Monserrate, symbol par excellence of Bogotá houses at its top the sanctuary of Mr. Caído de Monserrate, place of pilgrimage of nationals and foreigners
- Hotel Pick-up
- Ground Transportation
- Tour Guide
- Comfortable clothes
- Physical requirement of 7-80 years
When requesting a reservation, the user accepts the cancellation policy detailed below.
For confirmed reservations:
A refund of 100% of the price paid at the time of booking will be made if you cancel up to 7 DAYS in advance of the reserved day.
A refund of 85% of the price paid at the time of booking will be made if canceled up to 3 DAYS before the reserved day.
No refund will be made if canceled less than 72 hours before the reserved day.
- From 1 to 3 Pax Automóvil
- From 4 to 6 Pax Mini Van
- From 7 to 19 Pax Van (Master or Sprinter)
- From 20 Bus
Gold Museum remains closed on Mondays
Botero Museum remains closed on Tuesdays