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$125 Day Trips & Excursions

Villa de Leyva Private Full-Day Trip from Bogota with Lunch

Once your bilingual guide has met at your hotel, tour embarks on a personalized journey by private car just a couple of hours away towards Villa de Leyva. Share spectacular sceneries of the country side and learn tips from your local guide as you are headed to the first stop at the Boyaca colonial bridge where Colombian independence took place in late 16th century. There is enough time to walk around and take photos but just get ready because the trip has only started and you are next headed to cozy Villa de Leyva. Once at the massive square at Villa de Leyva, you are free to walk around and take amazing photos of such impressive architecture. There are bathrooms and cafeterias so we recommend bringing Colombian pesos since not every store takes credit cards. Next stop, still at Villa de Leyva, there is the popular Terracota House where the largest piece of porcelain on earth is displayed. Discover an amazing piece of art that is constantly being built. Moving right along the tour drives you to the fascinating Dinosaur village where replicas of the most spectacular dinosaurs are displayed in real life scale. Learn from locals and understand the unattended potential of Latin American fossils from more than 65 million years ago. By now you are probably hungry, so let us treat you for some tasty traditional meals right next at Sutamarchan village, where some of the most delicious authentic dishes can be enjoyed. Finally the tour stops at colorful Raquira village where vibrant facades and authentic artwork is the daily basis. Wander around this cozy town and obtain unique pieces of art among natives who are friendly enough to interact with.The tour end with your hotel drop-off in Bogota.