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Bogota to Granada Bus
The route from Bogota to Granada is a travel through 119 mi (192 km) on the highway which take about 5 and a half hours. The terrestrial transportation company Taxmeta sells bus tickets for this route and have as well buses with diverse services as reclining seats, wifi and individual screens, among others, depending on the bus chosen by the traveller. Granada stands out for its hydrological wealth and its proximity to the Ariari river, where you can get to know the fauna of the surrounding areas through ecologic trekkings. The climate in Granada is tropical and the average temperature of the city is 79 °F (26 °C); that's the reason why the rains are common and plentiful.
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Bogota is the capital of Colombia, situated at 2640 m a.s.l. The city is known as the "Athens of South America" due to its great numer 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 architechture. 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 yiy enjoy your historical and cultural adventure in Bogota!
Granada is a municipality in the Department of Meta, located in the center area of the country. It was initially founded as Boquemonte by the spaniards, in an area previously occupied by the Guayupe, Sae and Operigua cultures. Boquemonte then came to serve as the entry point to the hostile territory of the rainforest near the Ariari River.In 1956 the city changes its name to Nueva Granada and becomes a municipality. Nowadays it is the second most visited touristic destination in the Department, and is sought after by those interested in ecotourism and adventure.