|“Bogotá ” Colombia’s beating heart and capital city has a lot to offer those willing to explore it. Long regarded as unsafe for tourists, Bogota is developing a new reputation as one of the most exciting and culturally diverse cities in Latin America. The friendly locals and wonderful culinary scene only add to the intoxicating atmosphere that this city exudes.|
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|DAY 2||Private Sightseeing Tour in Bogotá – On this private evening tour of Bogotá, you’ll see the Colombian capital illuminated in all of its glory. The city’s attractions look resplendent by night, so you’re sure to be impressed by landmarks such as La Catedral Primada, La Candelaria (Historic Old Town) and Plaza de Bolivar. Ascend to the summit of Mount Monserrat for panoramic vistas and then conclude your tour with a delicious Colombian dinner in a local restaurant.
|DAY 3||Private Tour of Lake Guatavitá from Bogotá – Escape the bustle of Bogotá and explore storied and sacred Lake Guatavitá during a private full-day tour that illuminates the local legend of El Dorado, the Muisca indians, and the area’s flora and fauna.
|DAY 4||Bogotá Food and Local Markets Tour – Savor the gastronomic delights of Bogotá on this 4.5-hour, small-group, food tour of Colombia’s culinary capital, led by a guide. Discover the country’s artisanal food traditions at Pastelería Florida, a famous bakery, then get lost in a labyrinth of delicious street food on the famous Septimazo avenue. You’ll also have a chance to sample regional culinary delights at Palo Quemado, one of Colombia’s largest markets.
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