Bogotá Night City Tour
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Stop At: La Calera, Cundinamarca, Colombia
Bogotá is a city with many faces and personalities. The one every visitor should experience is the charming face of Bogotá at night. Your tour starts at the La Calera lookout, where you will be able to see the magnificent city lights turning on as night falls over the capital. There, you will warm your hands with a comforting canelazo (Hot alcoholic beverage), and get ready to head downtown.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Centro Internacional, Avenida 26, entre Carreras 7-10, Bogota Colombia
You will be driven along ‘Avenida Circunvalar’ lining the East Hills into the trendy neighborhood of ‘La Macarena’. The place of Bogotá’s bohemian and art scene, that has an interesting nightlife with bars, restaurants, and small handicraft shops. From there, you will go down to ‘Centro Internacional’, where you will experience the remarkable contrast between the colonial architecture of the National Museum, and the Colpatria Tower- the second tallest building in Bogotá which displays unique illumination.
Duration: 40 minutes
Stop At: Avenida Carrera 7, Bogota Colombia
Then, you will walk along the bustling ‘Carrera Séptima’, the main road in downtown that transforms into a bazaar of diversity during rush hour. You'll conclude the walk at ‘Plaza de Bolívar’ - a place that hosts the most important administrative buildings in the city - and at night becomes a place for civic integration.
The tour will finish at your drop-off location or a restaurant or bar of choice.
Duration: 45 minutes
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Professional guide in your preferred language
- Canelazo drink at La Calera
- Local snack
- Entry/Admission - La Calera
- Food and drinks, unless specified
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- A minimum of 2 people per booking is required
- This tour includes an insurance. Please send Passport number by the time of booking to make the insurance effective
- Tour order may be modified due to weather factors or traffic situations according to the location of your hotel.
- Wheelchair accessible
- Near public transportation
- Most travelers can participate
I have provided feedback but seem to keep getting requests.... Maybe because I keep giving it low ratings. I The guide (which in my opinion) makes the trip was very distracted. He was in the phone multiple times (4) with someone. He left us alone for some time in a museum.
Very nice way to see Bogota!
We decided to do this excursion and also went for mostly of the same places at the daily sightseeing which was louzy. This one was very pleasant and we went for the same places with a different perspective - The guide was a very pleasant gentlemen, friendly, and has made the whole difference. Since he knows almost everybody at Candelaria District, we have visited some hotels close to Teatro Colon in depth . The Candelaria district at night is calm, and we could walk with not any security issue. I recommend it .