Valeria is our youngest guide! She is from La Guajira and she has had the chance to live in many parts of Colombia and the world, however, her love for Bogota, its inhabitants, cultural offer, history, evolution and even its chaotic transportation system, lead her to live in this wonderful city. Get ready to know this city from the perspective of someone who has revealed all its secrets for pleasure and who will transmit you the passion that she feels for Bogota and for being Colombian.
Valeria’s Bogota Tip!
I invite you to the flea market in Usaquén, it opens every Sunday from 8:00 to 18:00. There you can know, appreciate and buy the handicrafts we have to offer you and then eat in one of the very good restaurants you will find in the zone.
Alexis studies Economics at the National University of Colombia, although he was born in a different city, Ibagué, Bogotá became the home he doesn’t want to leave, either hiking through high mountains or venturing into new neighborhoods. He loves to share with others the excitement of exploring unknown places, he is passionate about culture and history, get ready to discover with his stories what makes Colombia a unique culture.
The city also has nature, I recommend you to explore the ecological paths the city has in its eastern hills, the San Francisco – Vicachá trail (200 meters south of the Monserrate cable car station), open on weekends and the La Vieja trail (71st street, Av Circunvalar) which opens every day except Mondays.