BOGOTÁ TO THE LETTER
DAY 1 BOGOTÁ
Reception and transfer from El Dorado International Airport to the chosen hotel. Accommodation.
DAY 2 BOGOTÁ (City tour with Monserrate)
Breakfast at the hotel. Then a representative of ours will pick you up at your hotel to go to the historic center of Bogotá, where a pedestrian route begins through the Plaza de Bolívar and the nearby streets, where you can see buildings like the National Capitol, center of the legislative life of the country ; The House of the Communards: The House of Nariño, seat of the Presidency of the Republic and panoramic visit of the Church Museum of Santa Clara. You will enter the Gold Museum, where there are some 34,000 goldsmith pieces from different pre-Hispanic cultures and then you will go to the Casa Museo Quinta de Bolívar, where the Liberator Simón Bolívar lived. The route continues from the 2,600 meters above sea level of the city to 3,152 to which is the sanctuary where the image of the Fallen Lord of Monserrate is venerated. From there you can see the best panorama of Bogotá. Return to the hotel and lodging.
*Notes: -The Gold Museum and The Quinta de Bolívar House Museum are closed on Mondays, so you can visit the Botero Museum and the Casa de la Moneda Museum.
Duration: Approximately 05 hours. Monday to Saturday starts at 09.00 hrs. Domingo does not operate.
DAY 3 BOGOTÁ (Catedral de Sal de Zipaquirá Tour)
Breakfast at the hotel. At the agreed time a representative will contact you at your hotel to start a tour of the Bogotá savanna until you reach Zipaquirá, whose name means "city of our Father" in the Chibcha language. In pre-Columbian times, saline springs were exploited in this region to produce "loaves of salt", a strong currency used by the Muiscas to trade. Over time, the technology changed and they began to open tunnels to extract more salt. In these ancient underground galleries, the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá, 180 meters below the surface, is erected. There is a small chapel of the miners in homage and the Virgin, Our Lady of the Rosary of Guasá (this word means "mine" in Chibcha). At the end of the visit I return to Bogotá, to the hotel and lodging.
*Notes: Monday to Friday starts at 2:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday starts at 09:00 hrs. This tour is not recommended for seniors or with mobility restrictions.
Duration: Approximately 4 hours.
DAY 4 BOGOTÁ
Breakfast at the hotel. At the indicated time, transfer to the airport to take a flight to your city of origin.
-Transfers Airport-Hotel-Airport in regular service.
-Accommodation 3 nights with breakfast.
-Visit the City with Monserrate in regular service.
-Tour Zipaquira and Salt Cathedral in regular service.