Bogota City Pass: Access to over 20 Top Tours & Attractions

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The Bogotá City Pass is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility. Save up to 50% off admission to over 20 top tours and attractions including Cerro de Monserrate, Gold Museum, Salt Cathedral, Guatavita Lagoon, Coffee Farm, Emerald Worshop, La Candelaria and many more. The Bogota City Pass attractions you can select include: - Airport Pick up - Airport Drop off - Panoramic City tour (5 hours) - Gold Museum & Candelaria Tour (3.5 hours) - Night City tour with Monserrate & Andrés DC (5 hours) - Salt Cathedral tour (7 hours) - Guatavita Lagoon & Salt Cathedral Tour (10 hours) - Villa de Leyva Tour - Coffee Farm Tour (12 hours) - Coffee farm tour (7 hours) - Coffee Premium in Candelaria - Local cocktail - Bike tour in Candelaria - Lunch: Ajiaco Typical Food - Typical Juice - Emerald Workshop - Entrance Fee MUSA Museum - Entrance Fee Trajes Museum - Tapas Local Food - Discounts in souvenir shop

Itinerary Details

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Transfer Airport Pick Up Our transfer service between the airport and your hotel is the best way to start and end your stay in our charming capital. We have at your disposal comfortable vehicles, tourism specialists and a team of professional drivers who have extensive experience in tourist transport services, all of the necessary amenities so you feel completely comfortable and safe during the tour.

Duration: 1 hour

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Airport Transfer Drop Off

Duration: 1 hour

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Bogotá City tour - Learn more about our culture and customs in the Colombian capital, be part of our panoramic tour where you can have a closer look at the community, discovering each tradition in the different tourist areas full of history, feeling, culture and hope. Get to know the main and most important places of the city, parks, historical squares and live unforgettable gastronomic experiences. Come to the nightlife of the capital taking advantage of the different spaces that will generate a unique experience. In addition, you will have the opportunity to meet people from different parts of the country and interact in different spaces that will make your stay unforgettable. Do not miss our tour, fall in love with our country and live the moment as something unique

Duration: 5 hour

Stop At: Catedral de Sal de Zipaquira

Salt Cathedral Tour - Through the savannah of Bogotá towards the municipality of Zipaquirá. On this tour you will have the opportunity to walk 180 meters underground and feel like a miner, discovering each of the corners and corridors of this salt mine. For two hours you will enter in this construction made entirely of Salt. While you walk through the Cathedral of Salt you will see the Via Crucis, the dome, the three central naves, where the largest cross in the world is located underground, among other attractions of this place. Declared the number one attraction in Colombia and the largest salt rock reserve in the world. The mine has thousands of years of cultural and historical exploration beginning in pre-Colombian, Colonial and Republican times to the present day, leaving beautiful sculptures carved by miners and sculptors.

Duration: 6 hour

Stop At: Mount Monserrate

Night City tour With Monserrate - Bogotá also lives at night. A different look at the Colombian capital, the lights and the flavor of the city is also enjoyed at night. A panoramic tour of the city of Bogotá, discovering different faces of the city, you will know the main tourist and representative places of the capital. While the night awakes, we will visit a charming place to try a house specialty cocktail. Then we will go to enjoy the best view of the city from the Cerro de Monserrate at a height of 3,152 meters above sea level. A night city tour visiting the traditional places and knowing the local flavor of the night.

Duration: 5 hour

Stop At: Gold Museum (Museo del Oro)

Gold Museum & La Candelaria Tour - Every street has a story with its architecture, gastronomy, culture and traditions. Enjoy your experience with local guides who will show you museums, buildings, monuments, art and restaurants of this emblematic 200 years old place. Let yourself go while you learn about Pre-Hispanic culture in the Gold Museum (close on Mondays) the museum has the biggest archaeologic collection in South America that counts with more than 34.000 pieces from Muisca, Tayrona and more native cultures. The tour will end in La Candelaria, where you’ll be able to explore all the places you liked the most by your own. *If for some reason the Gold Museum is closed, we’ll change it for other museum.

Duration: 4 hour

Stop At: Laguna de Guatavita

Guatavita Lagoon and Salt Cathedral Tour - This tour is one of the must-see in your visit in Bogotá and surroundings, a day that you will enjoy to the fullest. We visit the Guatavita Lagoon source of inspiration of El Dorado Legend, a place with a unique energy and a very special landscape. There you can discover the importance for our ancestors and their curiosities. Later, we will go to the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá, the first wonder of Colombia. A salt mine where history and religion are combined. There you will find the largest cross in the world underground and some sculptures hand-carved by artists. This one-day tour to La Laguna de Guatavita and Salt Cathedral, will be an excursion where you will meet and share a part of our culture.

Duration: 10 hour

Stop At: Hacienda Coloma

Coffee Farm Tour - The tour start from the south of Bogotá towards a coffee farm in the municipality of Fusagasugá. On the way we will make a stop at the Salto del Tequendama viewpoint, a mythical place. At the coffee farm, you will learn about the whole process first-hand: planting, harvesting, processing, curing, tasting, roasting and grinding. Everything you have to know about the flagship product our Colombian coffee. While you discover the importance of coffee, you will enjoy the landscapes and the green of the Colombian countryside. A tropical climate that you will love. Finally, you will taste and enjoy exotic fruits in a very local way. A plan to discover the flavors of our region.

Duration: 7 hour

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Coffee Premium - Enjoy a cup of Colombian coffee in the middle of one of the main attractions of the city, the Chorro de Quevedo. Delight in the aromas and flavors of the smoothest coffee in the world.

Duration: 30 minutes

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Villa de Leyva tour - In Villa de Leyva let yourself be dazzled by one of the most beautiful towns in Colombia, characterized by its colonial architecture and historical importance. Near the town you will enjoy attractions such as the Paleontological Museum, the Terracotta House or the Sol Muisca Museum. Enjoy the beauty of its cobbled streets and the white of the houses in La Plaza Mayor. During the tour to Villa de Leyva you will also enjoy a visit to the town of Raquirá, considered the artisan capital of Colombia

Duration: 12 hour

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Bike Tours in Candelaria - A different way to discover the historic center of the city, a bike tour through La Candelaria. You will get to know the main places while enjoying the climate and the traditional architecture of the area.

Duration: 4 hour

Stop At: Plaza de Mercado La Perseverancia

Ajiaco Lunch - Ajiaco is one of the typical dishes of the city. Enjoy this delicious dish in a traditional market place, a place where you will delight yourself with the flavors, smells and aromas of the ingredients of Colombian food. A good lunch to continue your journey through Bogotá.

Duration: 1 hour

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Emerald mini workshop - The emerald is the most representative gemstone of Colombia. It is considered as one of the most expensive and complex minerals because the formation process in Colombia is quite different compared with other regions around the world. This process, makes the Colombian emerald recognized internationally as a unique jewel thanks to its quality and intense color.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Entrance Fee MUSA Museum - The MUSA house is the largest and most diverse collection of pre-Columbian ceramic pieces in Colombia, which are exhibited at its headquarters in Bogotá and Cali. Due to the size of the collection, as well as its vast cultural, geographical and chronological range, the museum is considered one of the most important custodians of the pre-Hispanic material culture of the country. It is also a vital space that invites the study, admiration and care of the cultural heritage of Colombians.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Museo de Trajes Regionales

Entrance Fee - The Museum is a meeting place around the theme of the Costume and dialogue between the past, present and future of the costume in Colombia. The Museum has rooms where different themes are presented: the Pre-Hispanic costume of America before Columbus; the traditional peasant costumes used until approximately 1950, which speak of the colonial regime, the ethnic and cultural miscegenation of the population; costumes of living indigenous communities; European costume present in the process of miscegenation; also rooms where various looms and other tools, materials, techniques and trades related to clothing are presented. Through the Temporary Exhibitions, a space has been opened for fashion designers, visual artists, researchers, among others to become in this way a space for dialogue.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Plaza de Mercado La Perseverancia

A stop to enjoy a colombian fresh fruit juice. In this fruit paradise you will find unique flavors, a refreshing drink you can take while enjoying a beautiful view.

Duration: 15 minutes

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Colombian Tapas - Small gastronomy tastings in a very authentic place.

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Artesanias de Colombiana Doris Ortiz

Tinto Colombiano - Discount

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Barrio La Candelaria

Cocktails - To start a quiet night enjoying the nightlife of the city of Bogota. Enjoy a typical cocktail with a lot of flavor. You will also have one place available to spend a friendly time in the area.

Duration: 15 minutes
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