BOGOTA RELIGIOUS TOUR

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Visit some of the most spectacular architectural temples in Colombia, and understand how Religion is embraced by the Colombian society along history. Walk along fascinating paths filled with fancy facades as you are guided around the most significant religious icons in Colombia. At the end of the journey you will be amazed by the impressive architecture while learning about what faith means for locals and its influence in the native´s folklore.

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This fascinating half day tour starts when you are picked up at your hotel by your private bilingual guide, heading towards downtown for a first stop at Bogota´s very first chapel named after San Francisco. Perfect place to understand important aspects of culture and religion that were imposed over prehispanic communities. A pleasant walk down the street leads us to Bolivar´s square, one of the main founders of our nation, where nowadays sits the Prime Cathedral.

Third stop takes us through cobblestone roads to arrive at Del Carmen Chapel, where great gothic architecture can be appreciated so you can understand the many symbols displayed throughout its facades. Finally, your tour guide will drive you away from the Centro towards a blue collar area to appreciate an iconic temple such as the Divino Niño, where natives manifest their faith and love in particular ways.

Aspectos importantes

Price Per Person: Usd 75 Dollars (Minimum 2 persons) *  Only USD 145 for single travellers

 

 

Places:  Iglesia de San Francisco, Prime Cathedral, Iglesia del Carmen, Iglesia del Divino Niño.

 

Departures: 365 Days Of The Year, Daily Departures 7 Days A Week at 9 AM AND 2 PM

*flexible start time, please inquire.

 

Duration: 4 TO 5 HOURS

 

Included: HOTEL pick up and drop off - private car with bilingual driver and ac - traveler‘s insurance - local taxes - fully narrated tour.    

Not included: alcoholic drinks - tips to driver/guide

Ruta

  1. Bogotá