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After being collected from your hotel, you will be taken to the Zona Rosa; a unique area that offers great restaurants, cafes and clubs. It is also considered as one of the most exclusive shopping areas of the city, assembling the best international and national fashion designer’s boutiques. There will be time to walk, visit the area and take some pictures.

Afterwards, we will visit La Plaza de Andrés. This square is reminiscent of a typical marketplace, divided as it is in six big stations; each one specialised in different kinds of food. You can find breakfast and soups, calentados (typical Colombian breakfast), sandwiches, chicken specials, arepas, fried plantains, meat specials, salad bar, bakery products, juices and fruits.

Afterwards, you will be able to enjoy a delicious beer, made by a local brewery company called Bogotá Beer Company. This brewery produces beers inspired by the classic European style, which are made from malted barley, water and hops. This neighbourhood bar offers different types, such as cream ale, pale ale, kölsch, lager, witbier, English porter and IPA, among others. The tour continues to the 93rd Street Park, a lovely place to walk around and a great place to find excellent restaurants and nightlife.

We end with a visit to Usaquén. This ancient village was founded in the XVI century, however Usaquén has since been swallowed up by the expanding city of Bogotá. Located in the northeast, this old colonial district conserves its essence and style and throughout the years. You will have the opportunity to walk through the narrow cobbled streets and observe the beautiful houses, with exceptional architectural value and multicoloured facades. You will have a chance to taste one of Colombia’s typical sweets, the roscón - a sweet bread with filling inside. You will find roscones with peaches, English cream, passion fruit and chocolate chips, cinnamon, baileys cream, hazelnut cream and strawberries, apple with nuts, and many more.

What to do in Bogota
Some of our favourite things to do in Bogota

Bogota Culinary Tour

The city of Bogotá brings together the whole country's cuisine for locals and visitors to taste and enjoy.

Central Bogota & Cerro Monserrate

Explore the colonial sights and world class museums of central Bogota and survey the city from up high on Monseratte Hill.

Coffee Plantation Tour

Head to a picturesque coffee farm to experience first-hand the processes behind Colombia's most famous export.

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