Bogota 4-Hour Gastronomic Wonders Tour
Get to know and taste Colombia’s gastronomic delights in half a day on a tour that takes you to several venues in Bogota. At each stop you’ll experience a different taste, ensuring you have a chance to appreciate the diversity the country has to offer.
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- Enjoy breakfast at Pasteleria Florida, an artisan bakery that’s been open for 78 years
- Explore Bogota’s Paloquemado Market and taste exotic foods you didn’t even know existed
- Visit several locations to experience the diversity of Colombia’s gastronomy
DescriptionOn this 4-hour gastronomy tour you’ll start the day off in the best of ways, with breakfast at a traditional bakery. Pasteleria Florida is an artisan bakery that’s been around for over 70 years. Taste a traditional aguapanela and other foods that are common in the Andean region. Next you’ll walk through the center of the capital to the Septimazo, a sort of street fair, compete with vendors, street singers, artists and more. Continue along streets that have witnessed the history of the capital, and stop at a variety of food stalls to sample the wares. Visit the colorful Paloquemado Market, one of the largest and oldest food markets in Bogotá. This place isn’t limited to fruits and vegetables; you’ll also find meat, fish, herbs, handcrafted goods, and a flower market as well.
IncludesPrivate hotel transfers Transportation between various tour sites Designated meals and snacks at the venues visited Expert guide in your preferred language (Spanish, English, Portuguese, French)
- Let your guide know if you have any food allergies. Comfortable casual wear is recommended.
Easy cancellationCancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund
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