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Colombia Short and Sweet:
Bogota & Cartagena
Combine the old and new worlds with a spell in each of Colombia's most magical desitnations.
•2 Nights Bogota
•3 Nights Cartagena
•All Private Ground Transfers
•Private Bogota City Tour
•Cartagena City Tour
•Daily Breakfast
Arrive Bogota:
Airport meeting and transfer to your selected Bogota hotel. Enjoy the rest of the afternoon at leisure.

(Accommodations, Bogota)

Depart from your hotel after breakfast for a tour of this capitol city.

Bogota City Tour
We begin with a trip to the well preserved historical colonial quarter of La Candelaria for photo opportunities at Plaza de Bolivar, the main square of Bogota. Here you can find many picturesque icons of the city including The Cathedral, the Congress Palace, the Cardinal's Palace, the colonial church of El Sagrario, the House of Independence, the Palace of Justice and the City Hall.

Next, visit the famous and "must see" Gold Museum where the world's greatest collection of pre-Hispanic Indian gold crafts is displayed. Finally, visit the Fernando Botero Museum which contains paintings and sculptures by this famous contemporary Colombian artist and a display of his private collection including works by Picasso, Matisse, Monet, Dali and more.

NOTE: The Gold Museum is closed on Mondays and the Botero Museum is closed on Tuesdays.

Take the rest of the day to explore or take one of your optional tours.

(Breakfast, Accommodations, Bogota)

Bogota to Cartagena:
Transfer to the airport for your flight to Cartagena. Airport greeting and transfer to your selected hotel. You have the rest of the day to to admire the colonial architecture.

(Breakfast, Bogota; Accommodations, Cartagena)

After breakfast, tour this beautiful city.

Cartagena City Tour
First, drive to the Convent of La Popa built at the beginning of the 17th century on the hill of the same name. From there a magnificent view of the city and the bay can be seen. The tour will then continue on to San Felipe's Fort, built in the 17th century to protect the city from marauding invaders. After a tour looking at the construction of this impregnable fortress, there will be a stroll to the walled colonial city with a stop at the colorful handicraft stores of Las Bovedas where the local artisans display their ware. From there, transport to the Convent of San Pedro Claver, named in honor of the Spanish born monk who was known as the "Apostles of Blacks." The tree filled courtyard of the convent houses religious and pre-Columbian artifacts.

(Breakfast, Accommodations, Cartagena)

After breakfast, experience more of the city or take one of our option tours.

(Breakfast, Accommodations, Cartagena)

Depart Cartagena:
Transfer to the airport for your return flight.

(Breakfast, Cartagena)

** Itinerary and inclusions are subject to change