We will go through the savannah of Bogotá towards Zipaquirá 40 km away; a town of high indigenous value dominated in ancient times by the ancient Muisca chieftain: Zipa. We enter the Salt Cathedral, an architectural work built inside the salt mines, 180 meters deep, which houses myths and legends of the region and the miners. It is a unique place that has become a religious center and is one of the most famous Catholic sanctuaries in the country that commemorates the Viacrucis of Jesus Christ, attracting pilgrims and tourists. At the end of the visit there is a brief stop in Zipaquirá Square to freely explore its most representative streets.
Salt Cathedral in Zipaquirá
- Entrance to the salt cathedral for a foreign passenger.