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Bogota to Cucuta bus


Bogota to Cucuta Bus Service

Avg. Bus Duration
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Daily Bus Services
Cheapest Bus
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13 hrs 21 mins
Bogota
Cucuta
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COP 90000

Bogota to Cucuta Bus Distance

Earliest Bus
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05:00
Last Bus
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22:00

Bogota to Cucuta Bus Timings & Fare

Bus Operator First Bus Last Bus Duration  
Copetran 03:00 23:00 17 hrs 24 mins VIEW PRICE
Concorde 01:30 23:30 16 hrs 0 mins VIEW PRICE
Berlinas del Fonce 07:30 23:59 15 hrs 17 mins VIEW PRICE
Omega 15:15 21:40 16 hrs 10 mins VIEW PRICE

Bogota to Cucuta Bus

The road trip from Bogota to Cucuta is 556 km and it has an estimated time of 14 hours.

OTHER BOARDING & DROPPING POINTS IN

Bogota

  • Terminal Salitre
  • Terminal Satelite Norte

Cucuta

  • Terminal de Cucuta

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Buses from Cúcuta to Bogotá

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About Bogota

Bogota is the capital of Colombia, situated at 2600 m a.s.l. The city is known as the "Athens of South America" due to its great number of museums, theaters, libraries, and cultural activities. It is the third most elevated city in South America, behind La Paz and Quito. In your journey through Bogota, you will enjoy the historical tour along streets that combine modernity with colonial architecture. Bogota is well known for its cultural events like the International Book Fair and the "Festivales al Parque", which are attended by both national and international tourists. The Gold Museum, the National Observatory, the Colpatria Tower, and the Botanical Garden José Celestino Mutis, the old La Candelaria Barrios are all must-see destinations for all tourists. We hope you enjoy your historical and cultural adventure in Bogota! 


About Cucuta

San Jose de Cucuta is a Colombian municipality, the capital of the Norte de Santander department. It is located in the northeast of the country, in the homonymous valley, on the Eastern Cordillera of the Andes, and in front of the border with Venezuela. It is the political, economic, administrative, industrial, cultural, and tourist nucleus of the department. The name of the city was awarded in honor of José de Nazaret and by the name of the cacique Bari "Cucuta", who ruled the region before the conquest. Cucuta is remembered as a military city because in 1821, Simon Bolivar, Francisco de Paula Santander, and other heroes of independence, met in the current Villa del Rosario to decree the first constitution that officially declared the independence of the Republic of Colombia. Santander Park is the main square of Cucuta, a place where various historical events and public spectacles occurred. It is located in front of the Cucuta city hall and the San Jose cathedral. In the center of the park, there is a bronze bust of General Santander, created in 1890. Currently, it is a prosperous city and very important economically due to its proximity to Venezuela. In addition, it stands out for its modern road infrastructure. 


Cucuta Weather

The climate in the urban area of ​​Cucuta is warm, with an average temperature of 27.6°C. The highest temperatures are between 35°C and 38°C, and the lowest is between 17°C and 20°C. Annual precipitation is moderate and the wind season is between June and September. 


Hotels in Cucuta

● Hotel Caravana

- Address: Av. 4 No. 5-76 Barrio Latino

- Services: Economic rooms with personal beds that have TV, free wi-fi, and a shared bathroom. It offers daily maid service and, if you wish, laundry (not included in the price). It is located 1.1 km from the Ventura Plaza shopping center.

 

● Hotel La Embajada de Antioquia

- Address: Av. 4 Number 4 - 63 Latin Quarter

- Services: Rooms include flat-screen cable TV, private bathroom with bathtub, free WiFi, and 24-hour reception. It also has a restaurant and is pet friendly.

 

● Atlantis Plaza Hotel

- Address: Calle 8 No. 7-55 Centro

- Services: Comfortable rooms with air conditioning, flat-screen TV, free WiFi, and a private bathroom. It also has an indoor pool and spa. Serve the traditional Colombian breakfast that includes eggs.

 

● Hotel Vasconia Center

- Address: Cl. 10 # 3-51 Centro

- Services: Rooms with air conditioning, private bathroom, flat-screen TV, and free WiFi.

● Hotel Arizona Suites

- Address: Av. 0 Nº 7-62

- Services: Hotel located in the center of Cucuta. It has pleasant rooms with a private bathroom, air conditioning, flat-screen TV, and free WiFi. In addition, it has a swimming pool, spa, sauna, and a restaurant (which provides breakfast).


Restaurants & Bars in Cucuta

● Londeros Sur

- Address: Av. LiberTadores # 0E-60, Barrio Blanco

- Services: Restaurant highly recommended by the locals for its fantastic meats, it stands out for its steak and ribs. In addition, it offers desserts, wines, and drinks.

 

● El Balcon Paisa

- Address: Cross street 7 with Av. Libertadores

- Services: Typical restaurant that offers traditional dishes such as empanadas, soups, arepas, patacones, and grills. In addition, starting at 8:00 pm, it offers live music shows. It is an ideal place for tourists because its decoration is representative of the area. 


The most Tourist Places in Cucuta

● Gran Colombiano Park: Historical and tourist complex that has the Santander house, a museum that shows the belongings of the general and politician who participated in the independence of Colombia. There is also the historical temple, where the Cúcuta Congress was held and the Constitution of 1821 was written. In addition, there is the Casa de la Bagatela, the government house in which the executive power of Gran Colombia functioned in 1821.

 

● Santander Park: In this park, the Plaza Mayor of San Jose de Guasimales was formerly located, a place that was the scene of important historical events and public events. In addition to its attractive distribution, this park is famous for the pigeons that inhabit it.

 

● Simón Bolivar Park: Beautiful park very well cared for by the residents of the area. It is ideal to go and enjoy nature as it has different types of trees and animals (parrots, iguanas, and hawks). In the center is a bronze statue of the liberator Simon Bolivar, which was made as a replica of one erected in Rome. 


Important dates in Cucuta

● March 19 - Anniversary of the foundation: Festivity that commemorates the founding of the city, is the most important celebration because it is the day of San Jose (the official name of the city and of the Diocese).


● February 28 - Battle of Cúcuta: Festivity that commemorates the historic battle of Cúcuta on the Bolívar hill. Usually, the community and tourists participate. 


How to move around Cucuta?

● Public bus: In Cúcuta you can take buses in various sectors of the city, having the possibility of traveling seamlessly through different areas.

● Taxi: Distances in Cúcuta are short, so a taxi may be a good idea to get around quickly without paying large fees. 


Gastronomy in Cucuta

● La turmada: Traditional dish made with boiled eggs, potato sabanera, cheese, onion, tomato, paprika, parsley, celery, pot, milk, cream, black sauce, pepper, and in certain cases, beer sausage.

● Mute: Soup made with pork, corn, potatoes, and chickpeas. It is usually served with rice, chickpea cakes, and cassava.


Things to buy in Cucuta

● Big ants: If you tried the "hormigas culonas" on your trip to Cucuta and you liked them, you have to take them back so that other people can try them too.

● Artseanias: All kinds of work such as handles, earrings, necklaces, and others, are a good gift.

● Hammock: A good hammock is an unexpected gift or the best of memories of a trip. 


Cucuta Facts

San Jose de Cucuta is a Colombian municipality, capital of the Norte de Santander department. It is located in the northeast of the country, in the homonymous Valley, on the Eastern Cordillera of the Andes and in front of the border with Venezuela. It is the political, economic, administrative, industrial, cultural and tourist nucleus of the department. The name of the city was awarded in honor of José de Nazaret and by the name of the cacique Bari "Cucuta", who ruled the region before the conquest. Cucuta is remembered as a military city because in 1821, Simon Bolivar, Francisco de Paula Santander and other heroes of independence, met in the current Villa del Rosario to decree the first constitution that officially declared the independence of the Republic of Colombia. Santander Park is the main square of Cucuta, a place where various historical events and public spectacles occurred. It is located in front of the Cucuta city hall and the San Jose cathedral. In the center of the park there is a bronze bust of General Santander, created in 1890. Currently, it is a prosperous city and very important economically due to its proximity to Venezuela. In addition, it stands out for its modern road infrastructure. 


Bus operators of the route Cucuta to Medellin

● Copetran

● Expreso Bolivariano

● Omega


In Conclusion:

Once you arrive at Cucuta, you will no want to leave. Fall in love with this charming place and its friendly people. 


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How to get cheap tickets from Bogota to Cucuta?

Do you want to travel to Cucuta from Bogota but you're on a budget? Don’t worry! At redBus we have many offers and discounts that you can take advantage of for your holidays, business trips or to visit your relatives. 


Measures against COVID-19 on the Bogota to Cucuta route

If you want to travel from Bogota to Cucuta, you should keep in mind:

- Buy your tickets online to avoid contact with other people.

- Keep your mask on at every moment at the bus station, and during the trip.

- Carry your own disinfection devices, like hand sanitizer, wet wipes, liquid soap, and others.

- Use these disinfection devices after having contact with surfaces like railings, Windows, seatbelts, chairs, doorknobs, or counters.

- Avoid talking, singing, and eating during the trip.

- Carry the minimum luggage possible.

- It is forbidden to speak on the phone during the trip.

- The attention hours from the bus stations are from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

To know more about guidelines and safety measures press this link.


TOP BUS OPERATORS
  • Copetran
  • Concorde
  • Berlinas del Fonce
  • Omega

FAQs

How can I buy my bus ticket online in Colombia?

A: You can purchase a ticket for the bus of your choice to any destination in Colombia by logging in to the official redBus site which is redbus.co. This website is easy to use and you can buy your bus ticket in a matter of minutes.

How do I buy a bus ticket from Bogota from Cucuta?

A: You can visit one of the terminals in Bogota and visit the counter of the bus company of your choice, wait your turn in the attention queue, select the seat you want and buy your ticket. But if you prefer to avoid all that, you can simply enter redbus.pe and buy your bus ticket online in just 5 minutes and with the comfort of your home or office.

Should I print my bus ticket before boarding?

A: Yes, you must print it out before boarding, remember that all passengers will have to print their bus ticket that was sent to their email in PDF format and then be exchanged for a physical ticket at the counter of the bus company with which you are going to make the trip.

Can I reschedule my trip after buying my ticket?

A: Yes, you can, but this feature is limited to only a few bus companies in Colombia. Please contact the bus company of your choice if you need to make any changes.

How can I pay for my bus fare on the redBus Web site?

A: At redBus we have several payment methods that we offer our customers. The most common for most of them are credit cards but you can check all of them on the home page of the site redbus.co

Are there special offers or discounts in redbus for the route of Bogota to Cucuta?

A: Search for any offer and special discounts to find cheap and economical prices for your trips in www.redbus.co/en/info/OfferTerms

What is the distance between Bogota and Cucuta?

A: The road trip from Bogota to Cucuta is 556 km

How long does it take to go from Bogota to Cucuta?

A: The estimated time for this journey is 14 hours.

How many departures are there from Bogota to Cucuta?

A: Every month around 930 trips are made for route between Bogota and Cucuta

Which bus companies offer the route Bogota to Cucuta?

A: The companies that cover the route between Bogota - Cucutaare: Berlinas del Fonce, Copetran, Concorde and Omega

Which bus companies have the most departures for the Bogota to Cucuta?

A: Transportation companies Copetran and Berlinas del Fonce have tickets available for the Bogotá - Cúcuta route.

From which bus terminals can I travel from Bogota to Cucuta?

A: Keep in mind that you can travel to Cucuta starting from the Salitre terminal and the northern terminal.

If my C.C has expired, can I travel?

A: Yes, you can travel with your C.C or passport even if it has expired.

What documents are required for underage people to travel?

A: For children, it is necesary to also present a notarial authorization, signed by the parents allowing the trip, with their IDs attached to the document. In case of decease of any of the parents, or if the child is only recognized by one of them, the consent of the surviving parent will be enough.

Can I buy open-date tickets in redBus?

A: Unfortunately, no. However, you can reschedule the travel date by contacting the bus operator. This feature is limited to just a few companies.

Do bus operators offer lunch on the route from Bogota to Cucuta?

A: As a prevention measure against COVID-19, bus operators do NOT hand lunch to the passengers during the trip, so we recommend you to eat before boarding.



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