This tour is an alternative way of learning about the country's history, urban events and iconic characters while enjoying the sightseeing of some of the most representative places in Bogotá.
You'll start at El Chorro de Quevedo, where you'll see some of the first urban art interventions in La Candelaria neighborhood. You'll walk through the historic center of the city, appreciating pieces of different artists in alleys, colorful streets, facades of colonial houses, ancient buildings, squares, and walls.
Then, you'll walk along Avenida El Dorado, one of the avenues of the city exclusively destined to accommodate the largest pieces of urban art in the city, a landmark that pleases both locals and tourists. This route will show you the work of the best exponents of the street art, who supported by the mayoralty, are working on infrastructure projects embellishing huge walls, abandoned buildings, and bridges.
Finally, you'll arrive at the Central Cemetery of Bogotá, where you'll walk through the traditional sector of Teusaquillo, which hosts various theatres, cultural and artistic spaces. Here, you'll learn more about the experience of urban artists and community work.