Innovation city tour

Cultural & Theme Tours in West of Bogotá

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Tour description provided by Viator

We will pick you up at your lodging in a comfortable car with a/c, to head to downtown, where we will start at San Antonio's square, where was blown up in 1995 one of the sculptures of Botero. Then we will visit Malaga Saloon, one of the oldest bars in the city that keeps the Tango traditions and a lot of pictures from the old Medellín.  We will ride the newest transportation system that we have in the city, Tram and cable car which are designed to approach people living in the hillsides to downtown, where you will see why Medellín was chosen in 2013 as the most innovative city in the world, after that we will walk through the street art in Buenos Aires, also we will invite you to try "Salpicón" mix of fruits with ice cream, before going to the Memory museum, a place full of testimonials from the victims of the armed conflict in Colombia, then we go back to the tram to go downtown and go back to your place with an entire perspective from the city and the country.
During this experience you will see the real city, the real people that conform Medellín, we will talk about the dark past we had, our present and the hopeful future, while we walk through the streets being witness of how Medellín has evolved during the last two decades, we will visit places full of history and stories. Beginning at San Antonio's square where a bomb in a sculpture by Botero killed innocent people and the way the city fought against that with art.  Then we will go to an old tango Bar bringing back to the memory, Carlos Gardel, the most important tango singer ever, who died in an airplane accident in Medellín. After that we will see the innovation, we are going to ride the tram and the cable car that takes us to the hillsides of the city where we will enjoy a breathtaking view. Later we will walk through the traditional neighborhood call Buenos Aires and will see the street art of the sector made by locals, also I'll invite you to try "Salpicón" it is a mix of fruits with ice cream.Then we continue walking to the Memory museum, a place full of testimonials from the victims of the armed conflict in Colombia to understand better the reality of the country.At the end we go back to the car to head to your hotel.

What’s included

  • Fuel surcharge
  • Local taxes
  • Food tasting
  • Driver/guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Private tour
  • Transport by private vehicle
  • Snacks

What’s not included

  • Food and drinks
  • Gratuities
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