Come with us and enjoy an unforgettable morning in Bogota's Old Town and try some of Colombia's tradicional drinks and snacks. Colombia's gastronomy is a mix of three cuisines: the local pre-hispanic tradition, the Spanish and the African. On our Free Drinks and Bites Tour of Bogota you will discover a cuisine which everything it lacks in fame it makes up in taste!

Soak in the ambience of La Aldea, an alternative cultural center in which you'll be able to try tropical fruits unique to Colombia and even make your own juice. On our next stop we will take you to the Museum of Chicha where you'll taste the famous indigenous beverage made of corn, water and sugar cane. Chicha nearly disappeared in the 50's due to the irruption of beer, but is now again as popular as ever.

After that we will enjoy a typical Colombian empanada, the classic in Bogota is the one filled with potatoes, corn and meat, however there will be plenty to choose from. Next we will try traditional Colombian cheese bread with a homegrown coffee if it's not too late for you. Finally we will eat delicious arepas, Colombia's signature dish who's origin is curiously disputed by Colombia and neighboring Venezuela. Finish off the experience with a cup of delicious coffee and try the Colombian version of one of the most renowned beverages in the world.

So do not hesitate, join our Free Food Tour Bogota and enjoy a relaxed evening amongst travelers as you eat and drink the best this wonderful city has to offer!

*On our Free Food Tour Bogota you decide how much you eat and how much you spend. Forget about paying an expensive ticket for a food tour and being given food that you may not like or are unable to eat because of dietary restrictions. You decide what you eat with the help of our guides and if you get an item from each place it'll only cost you around 6USD to 7USD in total, even less if you're sharing! You are of course absolutely welcome to come along even if you don't want to eat anything but want to learn about the area and Bogota's fascinating food culture.