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Walking sometimes is not enough and Bogotá is just too big! The city has grown and changed in all kinds of ways around the downtown area, and it is not just the next block over. A bike tour will allow you to discover exactly how the city has developped! So why not complement your visit with a thorough tour of a bigger face of this old city?
New meanings are ascribed to old places all the time. Visit the city’s three founding plazas to understand how it has transformed through history. From its indigenous beginnings, to Spanish colonialism, independence and modern times, learn how each place has symbolically changed Bogotá. We guarantee you’ll be surprised!
Visit Seventh Avenue next, the commercial lifeline that connects north and south. From ancient imperial salt trade road to protests-bearing asphalt, Seventh Avenue gathers Colombians of all walks of life in trade, culture, politics and protests.
We’ll then go to the Independence Park: oldest in the city. Bogotá’s cosmopolitanism can explored through the adjacent Planetarium, Santamaria Bullring, Modern Art Museum and the 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 and science hub. A typical weekend gathering spot for Bogotá’s denizens, where we will discuss broader changes in Colombia as a whole.
We will then make our way back through the Parkway, part of La Soledad Neighborhood. Bogotá’s first boulevard and another of its cultural and artistic hubs where. Here artists celebrate the White Night, a gathering of artists that fills the boulevard with sculptures, performances, paintings and more.
The tour will have its last stop back in Seventh Avenue, where we will have a snack to replenish our energy. You’ll then be taken back to your hotel, hostel or place of convenience. Maybe you want to explore some more on your own!