Bogota to Sincelejo Bus
From Bogota to Sincelejo there are 631 mi (1016 km) that take about 16 hours to go through. The terrestrial transportation company Expreso Brasilia provides bus tickets in diverse schedules to cover this route, at an average cost of 102 000 COP. The name of Sincelejo is believed comes from the name of the cacique Cincel, who governed the area and it's recognized for the great quality of the bovine cattle and its selection process. The climate of the city is tropical and presents rains, mainly in summer time. Sincelejo has an average temperature of 80.6 °F (27 °C), just perfect to be outdoors walking on the streets of the city and knowing its outskirts.
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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!
Colombian municipality, capital of the department of Sucre. It’s located in the northwestern part of the country, in the Colombian Caribbean Region. Sincelejo was re-founded by the captain and engineer Antonio de la Torre y Miranda, by order of the governor of Cartagena, Juan de Torrezar Diaz Pimienta. The first establishment of the population was realized on the space occupied by the Zenu natives. In the nineteenth century, the demography and economy of Sincelejo grew due to the cultivation of sugar cane and the manufacture of liquor. In 1851, due to this growth, it was positioned as the capital of one of the provinces created in the Federal State of Bolivar, with a liberal profile. In 1966, the department of Sucre was created and Sincelejo was proclaimed as its capital. The city is known as the "Pearl of the Savannah" for the strength of its inhabitants and due to the conservation of artistic and cultural traditions.