Seeing Bogota by night is priceless, definitely a vibrant city. A tour that will thrill you and stimulate all your senses! Enjoy a sunset in the Eastern enclosures from La Calera (2,800 mts at sea level, closer to the sky). Let yourself be surprised by an experience in this metropolis that has a lot to tell, with gastronomy, bars, pubs and discos of international level, you will know the places preferred by the capitalists to go out with friends to eat and go "rumba".



Monday to Saturday (no holidays)

Meeting Points

  • 18:00 pm- Parque de la 93 Carrera 11A #93A-10 In front of Juan Valdez Café
  • Stop at the meeting point "Parque de la 93" at 6:00 pm 
  • Zona T y la Calera visit (1 to 1,5 hours)
  • Panoramic tour in Chapinero, Candelaria, Park Way, San Felipe, Usaquen (90 minutes)
  • Artisanal beer + typical snacks and traditional beverages, under availability. (1 to 1,5 hours)
  • Stop at a local pub with Tejo
  • Stop at the meeting point "Parque de la 93" near 10:30 pm

Note: Times can change depending on traffic, people quantity in the attraction, or any other novelty that can happen on the road.



  • At each meeting point, you will see the VAN with the name of BOGOTÁ CITY BUS and a driver with a red jacket.
  • Please arrive at each meeting point 10 minutes before the indicated time, otherwise, you may miss the tour.
  • Considering that it is a group tour, you must comply with the established itinerary.
  • Wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
  • Use sunscreen to avoid possible burns.
  • Try to bring your own water bottle and avoid using plastic bottles to help the planet.
  • Bring extra money in case you want to buy souvenirs or extra food.
  • To cancel or change a tour date, it must be done 24 hours before. Otherwise, the money will not be refunded
  • If a place is closed, it will be changed to a similar one.

It includes

  • Shared round-trip transportation from and to the starting point
  • Live guide (Spanish or English)
  • Entrance and canelazo in La Calera, areas such as La Macarena, Candelaria, ParkWay, San Felipe, Usaquén, Chapinero. All in panoramic view
  • Entrance to an iconic place in the city recognized for its traditional Colombian games such as tejo and Rana. 
  • You will enjoy a craft beer.
  • Visit the famous Zona T (you will be able to see countless bars, and party places and you will know where the famous Andrés DC restaurant is located.
  • Visit the Parque de la 93 where you can discover a wide variety of restaurants.
  • Medical assistance card

Does not include

  • Pickup or return in your hotel
  • Lunch or snacks
  • Entry ticket to Andrés Carne de Res
  • Tips
  • No specified expenses

Extras of the service

  • Certificates with Check-In Seal
  • Compliance with Sustainability Standards for tourism
  • Audio Guide
  • BioSecurity Kit (car or personal)
  • Bogota Map
    A side 
    B side


The maximum is 18 people per car, If there are more people, other cars are sent.

Daily Departures from 1 pax.

On the tour, there is a snack with typical food from Bogotá and Colombia, but a (strong) dinner is not included. you may order in a separate bill. 

Normally we leave from the two indicated points, but paying an extra of U$10 up to 4 people we can pick them up. (In Bogotá, the airport does NOT apply)

Children under 4 years old do not pay. Please notify in advance because for children under 2 years of age we have a special car seat and we must also count the space.

Yes, you can celebrate. You can inform us to help you. Another option is to give him this beautiful experience.

Yes, this tour can be taken by a person with a reduced disability, but you must notify us in advance to prepare everything. 

All people have assistance insurance with the purchase of the tour. That is why you must register your passport number and personal data so that we have the traceability of the policy.

Other tours that may interest you






Salt mine

24 de julio de 2022 | 0 Comments

The history of the Salt Cathedral of Zipaquirá goes back to 1930 when in that same mine, the workers built an improvised chapel in one of the tunnels to be able to pray. But in 1992 it was closed because it was considered unsafe, which led to the inauguration of a new church in 1995 …

Salt mine Read More »

Concerts in BogotÁ

24 de julio de 2022 | 0 Comments

Bogotá is a city known for being awake 24 hours a day, there is always movement and it has a busy schedule throughout the year. This allows many people to visit the capital for business and events. This year has been one of the busiest in terms of events since the pandemic arrived and some …

Concerts in BogotÁ Read More »

Summer Festival

23 de julio de 2022 | 0 Comments

This year Bogotá reopens its doors to the summer festival from August 5 to 15 to celebrate its 25 years. 66 activities and 22 locations will be carried out around sports, identified with the color fuchsia; recreation, identified with the color yellow; the economy, identified with the gray color; the great events, identified with the …

Summer Festival Read More »

The 3 best coffees in Bogota

21 de julio de 2022 | 0 Comments

In the 20th century, coffee allowed Colombia access to imports; enter capitalism; develop river routes on the Magdalena River, the country’s main river, thus generating many jobs. In addition to this, since coffee plays a very important role in the culture and in the daily life of Colombians; We bring you the 3 best places …

The 3 best coffees in Bogota Read More »

What to do in Guatavita?

28 de junio de 2022 | 0 Comments

Information This municipality is aThis municipality is an ‘architectural complex’ that is more than 45 years old. Which was built with the purpose of replacing the old municipality that was buried in the water by the Tominé reservoir. In addition, it was the religious capital of the Muisca people and goldsmith production. This reservoir generates …

What to do in Guatavita? Read More »

What to do in Zipaquirá?

28 de junio de 2022 | 0 Comments

Information Zipaquirá is known as one of the oldest cities in Colombia, its temperature and climate constantly vary from hour to hour. This is one of the largest salt exploitation sites in the country, which is why it is called the ‘Salin Capital of Colombia’. There are celebrations such as the Zipaquirá Salinero Cultural Festival, …

What to do in Zipaquirá? Read More »

What to do in Fusagasugá?

28 de junio de 2022 | 0 Comments

Information Fusagasugá, also known as ‘Garden City of Colombia’, is the third most populous municipality in Cundinamarca. Festivals are held there such as: Expofusa, which is a great festival that was born in order to highlight elements such as gastronomy, livestock and culture of the region, which allows promoting small and medium-sized companies from the …

What to do in Fusagasugá? Read More »

bogotá night

26 de mayo de 2022 | 0 Comments

bogotá fusagasuga

26 de mayo de 2022 | 0 Comments


26 de mayo de 2022 | 2 Comments
Scroll to Top