Cerro de Monserrate2017-03-22
Cerro de Monserrate is one of the most important cultural heritages of the Colombian capital. This place is a religious sanctuary located at 3,152 meters above sea level, from where you can see the city of Bogotá, and also became a point of pilgrimage route to the chapel where the fallen Lord, work of Pedro de Lugo and Albarracín.
Besides being a center of reflection, Cerro de Monserrate is also an epicenter of culture and gastronomy.
To the hill can be accessed by Cable Car (a modality bicable with two cabins carrying 40 passengers each) and Funicular (small train that ascends the hill through its steep surface), two means of transport where a travel lasts approximately Five minutes, and that is certainly one of the most recognized tourist attractions in Bogota.