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Bogota: Bicycle City Tour

1. Bogota: Bicycle City Tour

See Colombia’s capital city from a unique perspective on this cycling tour of Bogota. Ride your bike to traditional food markets, a coffee factory, the bullfighting stadium, the Central Cemetery, the historical center and through Bogota's many plazas, parks, and neighborhoods. The exact route varies depending on the day, weather, and whether or not there are special events going on in the city, but you’re always guaranteed and eclectic mix of fun and culture. Gain an insider’s view of Bogota and Columbia as you meet local people and visit sites off the beaten path. The terrain is mostly flat, and there are plenty of stops, but this is an urban tour so expect some traffic and a decent level of exercise.

Bogotá: E-Bike Hightlights Tour, The Essential Experience

2. Bogotá: E-Bike Hightlights Tour, The Essential Experience

13 Kilometers / 14 Landmarks / 4 Hours of Exploration Join us for an exciting adventure through Bogotá's top attractions and hidden gems. From the popular Chorro de Quevedo to the impressive Botero Museum, and the historic Bolivar Plaza to the lively Bogotá Time Square, each stop reveals a unique side of the city's character. We'll also visit impressive architectural wonders like the towering Colpatria Building, explore vibrant neighborhoods like La Soledad and the Parkway area, and treat you to a local coffee shop experience that offers a fresh perspective on this famous drink. Throughout the tour, our electric bikes will effortlessly transport you from one landmark to another, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the city's charm while enjoying a comfortable ride. Our knowledgeable guide, fluent in both English and Spanish, will share fascinating insights about each site, providing a deeper understanding of Bogotá's past, present, and future. Itinerary: - Chorro de Quevedo - Botero Museum and around - Gabriel García Marquez Plaza - Bolivar Plaza - Bogtá’s Time Square - Colpatria Building, the tallest in Colombia - La Soledad neighborhood - Parkway area - Local Coffee Shop - House of Peace - Perseverance plaza - “The beautiful street” - National Museum - Bavaria’s Park

Bogotá: Shared Bike Tour with Refreshments

3. Bogotá: Shared Bike Tour with Refreshments

Join this guided bike trip for a perfect way to get a comprehensive perspective of the city. This is the best option if you're looking to cover more ground than you would by feet. Plus, being led by a local, you'll get a much deeper insight into the history and culture of Bogotá. Receive your bike and helmet, then head over to the three founding plazas in La Candelaria to understand how the city has changed over time. Then, you will cycle along the iconic 7th avenue, originally a salt road in indigenous times. Stop by the National Park and take in the half forest-reservoir, half-cultural hub. Afterward, ride along the bike roads to the Parkway Boulevard, a natural path full of trees, before crossing El Dorado Avenue and going back to La Candelaria. Cycle through hidden neighborhoods where graffiti has become a way of facing social issues. On top of that, you will taste traditional snacks and drinks in local places and finish the day by having a rewarding tree-planting experience.

Bogotá Private Bike Tour with Transportation

4. Bogotá Private Bike Tour with Transportation

Walking just doesn't do justice to a city as big and varied as Bogotá, so hop on and join us in this bike tour through Bogotá’s history, development and culture. Bogotá is packed full of history. That’s why this 4-hour private tour is designed to show a bigger face of this massive city and its more than 500 years of history. This trip will start when our local guide picks you up at the hotel. You will be headed to La Candelaria and Chorro de Quevedo Square in downtown. You will ride the bikes there and begin the adventure. First you will visit the city’s founding three plazas to understand how the city has changed over time and learn how each place has symbolically transformed over time. Then, join us at Seventh Avenue, the commercial lifeline that connects north and south. It was originally an important salt road in indigenous times, it now gathers Colombians of all walks of life in trade, culture, politics, and protests. We’ll then go to Independence Park: the oldest in the city. Around it, Bogotá’s cosmopolitanism can be better explored through the adjacent Planetarium, Santamaría Bullring, Modern Art Museum and surrounding neighborhoods. Science, art, history, and culture clash and mingle in this often-controversial space. Then, visit the National Park, half forest-reservoir, half-cultural hub and rest while tasting some fruits and exotic flavors. Once ready to continue you will get to Parkway, Bogotá’s first boulevard and another of its cultural and artistic hubs. From there you will be getting back to downtown. Challenge yourself by trying something different this time. We will be waiting for you!

Bogota: Guided Bike Tour

5. Bogota: Guided Bike Tour

The Best Bogotá Bike Tour is a fun and easy way to explore and learn about the city. With a bilingual local tour guide, you’ll visit the most interesting sites in the city and take in some of its best-kept secrets. You’ll see the city’s historical places and museums, its political and administrative center, and also some spots that tourists never see. Your guide will relate what it was like living through the time of the armed conflict. You’ll also learn about the country’s safety evolution, and hear about political and social developments. Places that you’ll visit during the tour include the city’s Colonial and Republican districts (La Candelaria and Teusaquillo).

Biking in Full Color: Urban Art Bike Tour

6. Biking in Full Color: Urban Art Bike Tour

Our Graffiti Bike Tour offers a unique experience using the city bike lanes or in the renowned Ciclovía Sundays, a special city event that allows cyclists more bike routes and cultural activities on Sunday mornings. As you ride through the city, you'll experience the contrasts between four neighborhoods, discover politically charged and meaningful street art, and enjoy storytelling that provides deeper insights into Colombia. This tour is the perfect way to experience Bogotá as the capital of graffiti and bicycles it truly is. And Colombia's post-conflict as a social lab for peace and social innovation. This 3-hour artistic experience starts in La Candelaria. It covers 13 km of bike trails, passing through four diverse neighborhoods (Centro, Teusaquillo, Santa Fe, La Macarena), with a stop at a coffee factory and some of the city's most giant murals. It combines elements of architecture, urbanization, and history to complete the learning experience. Throughout this tour with multiple stops, you'll immerse yourself in the world of urban art, discovering impressive murals and creative expressions that reflect the cultural diversity, history, and social struggles of Colombia. What truly sets our product apart is the combination of our guide's passion for street art, who is also a renowned urban artist, and the unparalleled experience of exploring a thoughtful selection of colorful murals and graffiti by bike. Our tour stands out for the use of bicycles as a sustainable and agile means of transportation, allowing you to easily move between different stops. Additionally, our guide will share profound knowledge about each artwork's history, techniques, and meanings, providing an enriching perspective of Bogotá's street art scene and its commitment to social change. Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of Bogotá's street art as you explore the city by bike and discover its rich culture and creativity. Join our Bogotá Street Art Bike Tour and let yourself be amazed by the murals and graffiti adorning the streets of this lively city full of artistic expression!

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 98 reviews

It was a great way to see a ton of Bogota - and actually super long, 5+ hours! The highlight for me was tasting all of the local Colombian fruits @ the local market. Also visited the park, coffee roaster, tons of street art. I still give 5 stars for value and recommendation - but I will say… I love riding bikes and have done tons of bike tours - but the length of the ride + my bike was on its last legs - chain grinding and popping off made for quite a workout, I was wiped by the end.

This is truly a great way to see Bogota. Longtime guide Mike will take you to places you could never cover on foot and his knowledge of the history and culture of Colombia is a great bonus. This is a time-saving way to spend a half day getting a feel for the city and it's various neighborhoods. Bring some Colombian pesos to purchase fruit drinks, roasted corn or a coffee along the way, no snacks or drinks are included and the street vendors don't take credit cards.

We had a great time with our guide Mike. He had a lot of insights about Colombia’s history and politics. He told us back stories to the significance of the graffiti street art in general. We ate so many fruits that we had never seen before.

Nice Tour, with two great stops (fruit market and coffee roastery. Great and fun guide!

Very nice! Recommend doing this on Sundays because then you can cycle on the highways