Stroll through some of the main tourist attractions in Bogotá, while you learn about history, urban art, and the local culture. You can choose your bike and meet the local guide, who will ask you some questions about your tastes and interests, in order to make the tour more personal.
The tour starts in the center of the city. Discover the vibrant and charming neighborhood of La Candelaria, the oldest neighborhood of the Colombian capital. Here you can admire the contrast of the colorful colonial houses and the dynamic street art. Make a short stop at the Chorro de Quevedo, where you will have a better understanding of the history of Colombia. Then, you will pedal until you reach the Plaza de Bolívar, where the most important administrative and governmental buildings of the country are located.
Afterward, you will ride on Seventh Avenue, which is one of the main avenues of Bogotá, available only for pedestrians and cyclists. You will make a stop in the National Park to try a refreshing drink prepared with tropical fruits. Finally, you will make a stop at a local coffee roaster, where you will experience the last part of the coffee production process, which is roasting. You will learn why Colombian coffee has its deserved reputation by trying different coffees prepared by a specialized barista. At the end of the tour, you will return to your hotel.