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Overnight flight from London (regional connections available) to Bogotá with Avianca. (N)Day 2: Villa de Leyva
Early morning arrival and transfer by road to Villa de Leyva, one of Colombia’s finest colonial towns. En route stop at Tunja and Boyacá bridge, the site of the turning point in Colombia’s struggle for independence. Stay 2 nights at the Posada de San Antonio. Afternoon at leisure. (B)Day 3: Villa de Leyva
Full-day tour of this beautiful town of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses. Visit the nearby 120-million-year-old kronosaurus fossil and the Dominican convent. (B)Day 4: Bogotá
Transfer by road back to Bogotá, stopping at Zipaquirá en route to see the remarkable salt cathedral, built inside an old salt mine. Stay at the Novotel Bogotá Parque 93 for 2 nights. (B)Day 5: Bogotá
Morning visit to Paloquemao market with its array of flowers and exotic fruits. Continue with a walking tour of the historic La Candelaria district, see Botero’s art collection and visit the Gold Museum, featuring one of the world’s most complete collections of ancient gold artefacts. Afternoon at leisure or optional cable-car ride to Monserrat hill for panoramic views. (B)Day 6: Fly to Pereira
Fly to Pereira in the coffee region, declared a world heritage site by Unesco. Visit a local coffee farm to learn about the growing and production of high quality coffee beans. Afternoon at leisure and stay for 2 nights at the Hacienda San José, an old colonial-style house with delightful gardens. (B)Day 7: Coffee region
Today explore the verdant Cocora valley, famous for its wax palm trees – the tallest in the world. Take a walk into the cloud forest and visit the traditional villages of Filandia and Salento. (B, L)Day 8: Medellín
Travel by road to Medellín (journey time approximately 5-6 hours), stopping at a scenic lookout for views over the Cauca river. Stay for 2 nights at the Hotel Poblado Alejandria. (B)Day 9: Medellín
A full-day tour to learn about the cultural and social transformation projects of the city. Visit Cerro Nutibara hill for panoramic views, the curved sculptures by local artist Fernando Botero and the gigantic outdoor escalators. Lunch is at Via Cocina, a community project providing healthy food training for low-income local residents. (B, L)Days 10-11: Fly to Cartagena
Transfer to the airport and fly to the beautiful Caribbean city of Cartagena. Stay at the Hotel Santa Catalina for 2 nights. Discover the old town on a walking tour, visit the impregnable Spanish fort, San Felipe and the charming neighbourhood of Getsemani, and see San Pedro Claver church with fine stained-glass windows. (B)Days 12-13: Fly to London via Bogotá
Morning at leisure in the historic city or an optional visit to the national aviary. Overnight flight to London via Bogotá with Avianca. (B) (N)Meal basis
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast, L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.Important Information
Morning at leisure in the historic city or an optional visit to the national aviary. Overnight flight to London via Bogotá with Avianca. (B) (N)Locally escorted tour
This tour is lead in each destination en route by a local tour guide.Standard tour
This tour is based in 3- and 4-star accommodation.Private & tailor-made travel
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Situated in the Parque de la 93 district, the Novotel Bogotá Parque 93, (formerly Atton Bogotá 93) is located close to Parque 93 and a wide range of cafes, restaurants and shops. This modern hotel features spacious and stylish public areas and bright, comfortable rooms.Features: 139 rooms, restaurants, gym, Wi-Fi.<br>Room amenities: Air-conditioning, television, safe, hairdryer, minibar, iron & ironing board.
Hotel Santa Catalina is located in the heart of Cartagena's old walled town. Blending colonial and modern design, it features exposed brickwork, contemporary decor and light, airy rooms. Enjoy views over the historic centre from the roof terraces, bar and swimming pool.Features: 39 rooms, restaurant, roof-top bar & swimming pool.<br>Room amenities: Air conditioning, Wi-Fi, television.
Located on a hillside in the upmarket and quiet residential neighbourhood of El Poblado, the modern Hotel Poblado Alejandria features 91 comfortable air-conditioned rooms, a restaurant with shaded outdoor patio, a fitness centre and complimentary wireless internet access. A small rooftop sun terrace offers panoramic views of Medellín, while shops and restaurants are just a short taxi ride away.
Posada de San Antonio is located on the Parque Nariño, close to the central plaza. Created from three adjoining 19th-century mansions, this charming property offers cobbled plant-filled inner courtyards and cosy public areas decorated with antiques, wooden furniture and sofas. The spacious and comfortable rooms have en suite bathrooms, a minibar and television, and there is a restaurant serving Colombian and international cuisine.
Hotel Kartaxa is a small property located in the old town of Cartagena near to the city's walls. The rooms and the communal areas have been designed by local artists and feature modern amenities. The hotel has a roof terrace with views of the city as well as a small pool in its courtyard.Features: 26 rooms, restaurant, small swimming pool.<br>Room amenities: Minibar, Wi-Fi, television.
Built in 1888, Hacienda San José is one of the oldest and best-preserved houses in the coffee region around Pereira. The three centuries of history are reflected in the hacienda's traditional construction and fine period furniture of the rooms and social areas. The hotel features eight bedrooms with cable television, a swimming pool, a jacuzzi, and a restaurant serving typical Colombian and international cuisine.
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*Itinerary: Note that for the 06 Feb 2014* departure date only the itinerary is different to the regular 2014 tour, with a visit to the countryside in Mai Chai and an extra night in Hanoi, and one less night in Hoi An.
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