On this half-day tour, visit Bogota restaurants, bakeries, markets, and street fairs to get an enticing and scrumptious peek at Colombia’s food culture.
Begin your Colombia food tour at the iconic Pastelería Florida, a traditional bakery in operation for nearly 80 years. Here, you’ll get your first taste of the Andes, with a traditional Andean breakfast and aguapanela — a hot, sugary drink enjoyed throughout parts of South America and the Caribbean.
After breakfast, you’ll head to the Septimazo district, known for its diversity and bustling street markets. Here you’ll find artists, singers, food carts, and handicrafts from across Colombia. Walk the streets and explore how the city has grown organically around this bustling melting-pot of flavors, sounds, and colors. Stop at several food stalls to amaze your palate.
From Septimazo, head to the Paloquemao food market, one of the biggest and oldest markets in Bogota. Here, agricultural goods from across the country are bought and sold, and you’ll experience the full diversity of Colombia’s gastronomy. Walk along fish and meat counters, abundant fruit and vegetable stands, and a gorgeous flower market.
Pick out a cut of meat or a surprising new food to cook up for dinner, and you won’t be disappointed! Paloquemao isn’t a typical tourist destination. But amid the bustling daily life and the smells, sights, and sounds, you’ll live a true Colombian experience.
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