Barranquilla to Villavicencio Bus
To travel from Baranquilla to Villavicencio you must go through 804.7 mi (1.295 km) on the highway, during approximately 27 hours. The terrestrial transportation companies that cover this route Barranquilla-Villavicencio are xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, which propose bus tickets at unexpensive rates and in various schedules, so the traveller can make his choice. The buses leave from the terminal xxxxxxx of Barranquilla direction to the terminal xxxxxxx in the municipality of Villavicencio. The Colombian municipality has a tropical climate, whose temperature varies according to the rains; so the warmest months the frecuency of rains descends. The average annual temperature is 78 °F (25.5 °C). The temperature does not vary significantly throughout the year, is quite stable and nice.
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Barranquilla is located at the height from 4 mamsl to 98mamsl, depending on the area of the city. The distance from Barranquilla to Bogota is 764 mi (1230 km) and the travel takes approximately 24 hours. Barranquilla doesn't have a specific foundation date, the city was born spontaneously due to the agglomeration of indigenous and Spanish who settled the area approximately since 1530. According to Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes, this place was a canoe pier, where diverse goods were sold as salt and prawns, among others.Its history starts with the independence of the Spanish power, in the Free State of Cartagena in 1813; at this time it was called first Billa de Barlovento as recognition, to finally be Barranquilla and its celebration date on April the 7th.In the middle of the 19th century, the city acquires importance as sea and river port of Colombia and thanks to steam boat, Cali achieve being in contact with cities as Cali or Medellin, transforming into the entrance door of new products and travellers from all over the world. In the 20th century the city consolidates as city mainly of business and is called "the Gold Door of Colombia". Nowadays it's known as a city of great cultural wealth and with the Carnival of Barranquilla, the biggest festival of the country.
Villavicencio, capital of the Meta Department, its a colombian municipality from which most of the economic activity of the country begins. It's a mining city, with a lot of farming and ranching as well as inter-regional commerce.During the pre-colombian times, the area was populared by guayupe natives which focused in fishing, trade and farming until the arrival of the spaniards between 1536 and 1537. The oldest records of the foundation of the city are from 1842, although the information isn't entirely accurate since a fire in 1890 destroyed archives with valuable information. What can be said for sure is that the city is named Villavicencio since 1850. During the XXth century the city grew considerably. Several institutions were founded, and new services arrived to satisfy the needs of its citizens.