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Aguachica to Barrancabermeja Bus
The travel from Aguachica to Barrancabermeja is at a distance of 122 mi (196 km) and it takes about 3 hours. The terrestrial transportation company Cotaxi covers this route, selling low-cost bus tickets in a variety of schedules. Barrancabermeja is a city where you can learn about the oil extraction visiting the Museo del Petróleo, contemplating the sculpture "the Oil Christ", or getting to know the refinery of the place. You will also have delicious and fresh marine food and practice water and extreme sports. The climate in Barrancabermeja is tropical, with an average temperature of 82.4 °F (28 °C); from December to March is the less rainy season, so the rest of the year keep in mind the idea of having an umbrella by hand.
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Aguachica is a Colombian municipality located in the Department of Cesar, north of the country between the Andes and the Magdalena River. During the beginnings of the Republican Era the city became attractive for the cultivation of coffee. Afterwards, petroleum was discovered in the city, which motivated a second wave of investment and migration towards the city. Also, the creation of new highways connecting the city with the Caribbean contributed to a major growth in the cuty.Known as the City of the Middle Magdalena, and for its midway position between the mountains and the ocean, it has developed an important tourism industry, in order to host travelers of all kinds and needs. It also has attractive ecotourism destinations nearby.
Barrancabermeja is a city located at the shores of the Magdalena River. It was discovered by the expedition of spaniard conquistador Gonzalo Jiménez de Quesada the 12th of October of 1536, who found a small farm town called La Tora inhabited by Yariguíes. The site was in turn named Barrancas Bermejas, which in turn derived into the city’s current name.At the beginning of the XXth century the city grew exponentially due to the discovery and the exploitation of petroleum, which became an integral part of the economy of the city. In Barrancabermeja you will be able to find several touristic attractions linked to this industry, as well as natural vistas at the shore of the Magdalena River.