Thousands of tourists will travel during these days through the main roads of the country seeking to reach tourist destinations either to walk or to have a time of reflection.
In this sense, the majority of municipalities in the country have prepared special schedules in such a way that visitors have suitable spaces for the different purposes they seek.
In the case of the Savannah Center of Cundinamarca, travelers will be able to reach destinations such as Zipaquirá, Chía, Gachancipá, Tocancipá, Tenjo, Tabioamong others, where the municipal authorities have turned to have religious, tourist and gastronomic offers.
In this emblematic municipality there will be a traditional salt cathedral open to the public and with a different programming.
Procession of the Encounters in the Diocesan Cathedral, a tour led by the Association of Nazarenes of Zipaquirá, are some of the activities that are planned.
According to the information released by the Mayor’s Office, they will have the calls “Privileged Fairs” and an Evening Mass, as well as vigils and religious events to remember Jesus.
Chía, for example, has prepared a whole offer of activities around the cculture, history, recreation, nature, outdoors, bicycle touring, places to go shopping.
The “City of the Moon”, as it is known, The La Caro Railway Station is ready, a republican-style construction that is part of the route of the Tourist Train of La Sabana; the Common Bridge, a representative work of colonial civil architecture and, the Moroccan Castle, 1898 work built on the hacienda of the former Colombian president and writer José Manuel Marroquín and entrusted by his son Lorenzo to the French architect Gastón Lelarge.
Apart from having various ecotourism and spiritual activities prepared, the administration reminds that this is the land of corn the amasijos and the chicha, of the desserts and victuals, of soups, snacks, matured meats and a variety of other dishes that range from the typical to the best international cuisine.
As a message of reflection and conservation with the environment, the Mayor’s Office recently joined a process of recovery of emblematic spaces of the municipality such as the Chircal ravine led by Fontanar that also held a day to collect material and plant 100 native trees in the path Yerbabuena.
Concerts, ecotourism and the so-called Ruta de la Feare part of the programming of the main week of this municipality located about 40 minutes from Bogotá.
According to the Mayor’s Office, the parishes Our Lady of Transit and Our Lady of Fatima They have the doors open during the major week with different activities.
During Thursday, Friday and Holy Saturdaythe tourists will find the celebration of the holy supper, viacrucisvigils and traditional processions.
This April 12, the Vocal Music Ensemble of the National University of Colombia, as well as the Prejuvenil Orchestra and Efat choirs will meet at 7:00 p.m. in Our Lady of Transit Chapel to kick off these holy days.
For those who refer to another type of plan, this April 16 there will be a tourist circuit through the Peñas Blancas sector.