Ciclovía/Juan Felipe Rubio If there is one activity that unites Bogotanos, it’s cycling. From those who choose sustainable transport to reach work along the capital’s 590-km network of public bike paths, to those who take advantage of the Sunday Ciclovía that connects public parks, historic sites, cultural landmarks, as well as neighborhoods each with unique architectural identities.
Best of all, whether out for a leisurely ride or workout, among Bogotá’s most lauded attractions is its gastronomic diversity, from street food to restaurants ranked among Latin America’s best. With cycling deeply embedded in Bogotá’s inclusive culture, the district’s Institute of Tourism (IDT) has launched an innovative way to promote cycling for both residents and tourists in Bogotá, and the greater Bogotá region.
The latest addition to the city’s expanding tourism portfolio brings together the cycling community’s most recognized tour operators, travel agents, hotels, and cycling-related services to offer visitors a unique opportunity to explore Bogotá on two wheels.
The portfolio was designed for both amateur and advanced riders, and tours run the gamut from exploring Bogotá’s urban grid to touring the capital region, and for the most adventurous, the mountain trails of Guecha and Nemocón. The cycling tour operators count on bilingual staff and the highest safety standards to make sure your experience of Bogotá “is an unforgettable experience of a lifetime,” affirms IDT’s director Andrés Clavijo.
With a peloton of cycling professionals drawing on their expertise to convert Bogotá into a world-class destination for cycling enthusiasts, as well as a comprehensive listing of […]
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