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Bogotá: Walking Tour in La Candelaria with Refreshments

1. Bogotá: Walking Tour in La Candelaria with Refreshments

Walk through Bogotá’s electric downtown neighborhood of La Candelaria with a local guide. Have your camera ready for the unique mix of architectural styles and historic sites that make the district a renowned cultural melting pot. Savor the local culinary culture with fresh fruit and coffee. Discover how the old mixes with the new and explore the Baroque, Art Deco, and colonial houses of La Candelaria. Walk through historic alleys filled with street art before heading over to the vibrant La Concordia market to mingle with the locals.  Taste refreshing traditional fruits and see the less touristy side of the area. Follow your guide past the Gold Museum and head through to Bolivar Square to learn about Colombia’s complex and resilient history. Finish the tour with some of the best coffee around and learn about how it's produced.

Bogota: Food Discovery Tour

2. Bogota: Food Discovery Tour

Explore the unique flavors of different Colombian regions on this food tour of Bogota. Go to 7 places within the La Candelaria neighborhood and sample a variety of traditional food and drinks. Visit the local market and stop by multiple family-owned businesses to try aborrajado, ajiaco, and other special dishes. Meet with some of the best professional baristas in the region. In a single afternoon, get to learn about Colombian culture through its food and history. This tour accommodates both vegetarian and vegan preferences. Be prepared to tuck into lunch and dinner so make sure with an empty belly.

Bogotá: Guided 5-Hour Coffee Farm Tour

3. Bogotá: Guided 5-Hour Coffee Farm Tour

Join us on our Coffee Farm experience as we set out from the center of the city and head an hour and a half deeper into the mountains of Bogotá! We will start the day by enjoying a traditional Colombian breakfast together and then go to meet our local farmers. We will discuss what it means to be an organic coffee farm and what the daily tasks of a farmer look like. Walk around the farm and take in the more than 8,000 coffee plants. We’ll learn how to hand-pick coffee and process it, and then afterward we will enjoy a delicious cup of coffee prepared in a unique way. If the weather and season permit, we will even get to plant our own coffee! We wrap up the tour with local cuisine for lunch and began the trip back to the city, making brief stops to take pictures of the Paramos ecosystems and the picturesque Bogotá city skyline. Total duration: 7-8 hours.

Bogotá: 3-Hour Private Tour of La Candelaria

4. Bogotá: 3-Hour Private Tour of La Candelaria

Discover what Bogotá’s Candelaria neighbourhood has hidden away. Inscribed in graffiti and mixed in the drinks, you’ll discover Bogotá’s colonial and indigenous past, the roots of Colombian history. Explore the Chorro de Quevedo Square before continuing on to La Concordia Marketplace where you'll taste local fruits and juices. Visit Santander Square, located in between old and new Bogotá, and admire the skyscrapers on 7th Avenue, among them the impressive Avianca building. Visit the Simón Bolívar Square where you'll hear the stories of the intricate relationship between the state, drug trade, and guerrillas. Finally, visit a local café to learn about coffee culture and brewing from an expert.   Open to groups of any size, this private group tour offers hotel pick up, drop-off, and transfers in an air-conditioned car.

Bogota: Colombian Coffee Tasting

5. Bogota: Colombian Coffee Tasting

Upon arrival at the café, meet with your guide who will introduce you to Colombian coffee. Learn about the history of coffee in Colombia, which is known worldwide for its balanced rich and nutty taste. Learn how to taste and recognize different coffee flavors. Conduct an acidity test and an aroma test, and learn about the many different coffee brewing techniques. Taste some interesting products made from the humble coffee bean. Finally, brew and taste your own perfect cup of coffee to complete the experience.

Tequendama Falls and Coffee Hacienda Day Trip from Bogotá

6. Tequendama Falls and Coffee Hacienda Day Trip from Bogotá

Benefit from pickup at your accommodation in Bogotá, and then drive by private vehicle to the notable waterfall of Tequendama Falls on the Bogotá River. Located about 32 kilometers southwest of the city center, the waterfall has the dubious reputation of being the largest wastewater falls in the world. Hear about programs to reduce pollution in the river and to help improve the quality of life for the inhabitants of Bogotá through electricity generation. Learn how the luxury El Salto hotel, founded in 1928 and forced to close, reopened as a museum following renovations by the Institute of Natural Sciences of the National University of Colombia. Make your way to the town of Fusagasugá to visit a coffee plantation. Learn more about coffee production in the area at the Hacienda Coloma and fall in love with the beautiful gardens and coffee plants.

Bogotá to Hacienda Coloma Coffee Tour

7. Bogotá to Hacienda Coloma Coffee Tour

Learn every step about the cultivation and production of coffee at the Hacienda Coloma in the town of Fusagasugá. Hear how coffee is produced, from the seedbed of the coffee plant to the plantations and the washing to the drying process. Explore the threshing and roasting procedure, and then enjoy a good cup of the same coffee prepared in a traditional way. Journey back to Bogotá via San Miguel to check out the impressive landscapes and nursery gardens. Enjoy a delicious lunch in the town of Sibaté, before returning to your accommodation.

Bogotá: Candelaria Tour with Cacao and Coffee Workshop

8. Bogotá: Candelaria Tour with Cacao and Coffee Workshop

The historical district of Bogota, commonly known as La Candelaria, is one of the most famous neighborhoods in the city. It is renowned for its breathtaking colonial streets, Baroque catholic temples, and colorful houses. Throughout history, it has been a political, religious and economic center, with many deep secrets to tell. On the other hand, cacao is the Colombian product of the moment. Its production and exportation has sky rocketed over the past few years due to its mind-blowing quality. Coffee from this region is well known around the world for its magnificent aromas and soft flavors. This tour combines the best of both worlds, with a walking tour and a cacao and coffee workshop. You will receive an intimate view of the country on this epic journey, which acquaints you with all of your favorite sites, churches, and stories. You’ll explore the most atmospheric and lesser-seen paths in La Candelaria. Throughout your walking tour, you will stop at a local shop where a professional barista will be waiting for you. There, you will have the opportunity to experience and unleash the true flavors of Colombian coffee and cacao. You will begin by trying 2 different brewing methods of specialty coffee, followed by two origins of cacao and ending with an ancestral beverage. Before you leave, your barista will guide you step by step as you create your own piece of latte art.

Bogota: Food Tasting Tour and Coffee Workshop

9. Bogota: Food Tasting Tour and Coffee Workshop

Greet your guide at the Market Square district perseverance and start your food tour, carefully planned to give you insight into every corner of Bogota cuisine. First, head to a small local market where you'll try several different types of exotic fruits (some you've likely never heard of, let alone tasted!). Next, visit a local joint to sample cheesy melt-in-the-mouth corn arepas. For carnivores, there's no happier place than our next stop: a small hole-in-the-wall eatery, where you'll indulge in lechona — roasted and stuffed suckling pig with crunchy golden skin. At the next tucked-away restaurant, experience modern twists, including innovative takes on local ajiaco soup, gourmet ceviche accompanied and aguadiente (local firewater) cocktails. Walk down the streets of Old Town Bogota while your local guide recounts the city's stories and history. Famous among locals, the next stop is a bakery, which has been producing fine snacks served with aguapanela (panela water) since the 1930s. Continue through the streets of central Bogota and stop to try golden buñuelos, a deep-fried doughnut-like pastry paired with a local oatmeal smoothie called avena. Then, eat mouthwatering beef empanadas served with slices of lime and zingy local salsa. After, jump into one last restaurant, which has been serving hungry locals for almost two centuries. Here, try steamy leaf-wrapped chicken tamales with frothy hot chocolate.  Sign off the tour with a coffee workshop, where you'll learn the ins and outs of coffee production from three different areas of Colombia, see various methods of steeping, sample three different coffees and discover why the country produces and roasts some of the finest beans in the world.

Bogotá: Colombian Breakfast Discovery Tour

10. Bogotá: Colombian Breakfast Discovery Tour

Breakfast is considered the most important meal for Colombians, with many locals living by the expression "Eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper". Throughout this experience you will encounter 5 different traditional restaurants, each offering specialties of the regional breakfasts of this exotic country. This tour will involve you being delighted by delicious food whilst having the historical background of each plate explained to you. All of the restaurants chosen are a mix of local and traditional, and contain authentic rich family atmospheres. The tour is located in the center of Bogotá, with all the spots being within walking distance of one another. You will try traditional plates from various areas including the Bogotá region, Caribbean region, Antioquia region, and Pacific Coast region.

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What people are saying about Bogotá

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 24 reviews

It was our guides first time doing an English tour and he did brilliantly. He had excellent knowledge and showed us some very interesting sites around the city, not forgetting his very good English. Perfect way to start a trip if you’ve never been to Colombia before.

What a wonderful experience. Valentina was amazing. Very patient and genuinely loved what she did. It was honestly one of the highlights of our trip and a great opportunity to experience amazing coffee!

The tour was excellent! With fruit, beer, and coffee tasting. We walked along Candelaria and learned about the history of Bogota. Very fun and informative. Miguel was a fantastic tour guide.

Lunch was super tasty, the tour guide was super cool and the ladies walking us around were lovely! Defo worth to do if you’d like to get out of Bogota.

The tour was amazing! Very in depth knowledge from the tour guide & the farmers. The food was amazing and experience was unmatched. Would recommend