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Bucaramanga to Plato Bus Service
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Bucaramanga to Plato Bus Distance
Bucaramanga to Plato Bus
The inter-city bus from Bucaramanga to Plato takes about 8 hours to be completed, going through the distance 303 mi (488 km). The terrestrial transportation company xxxxxxxxxxxx covers this route at low-cost rates and in a variety of schedules to make your choice. In Plato the legend of the man-caiman is told; the story tells that a trickster man spied on women and was punished for it, there is a square and a monument in the city that are witnesses of the legend's importance. The climate in Plato is tropical, with an average temperature of 82.4 mi (28 °C) and due to the proximity to the Magdalena river and its low altitude, you can feel a higher temperature, so it's important to take mineral water to stand the heat.
Boarding Points in Bucaramanga
The major boarding points in Bucaramanga are mentioned below. These bus-boarding locations can be selected depending on the traveller’s convenience. Please note that these pick-up points vary from one bus operator to another. The boarding points in Bucaramanga are as follows:
Dropping Points in Plato
The bus stops/halts at a number of drop locations in Plato. These dropping points usually vary from one operator to another. You can select your ideal drop point in Plato at the time of ticket booking. Some of the dropping points in Plato are:
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Bucaramanga is situated at 959 m a.s.l. in an area that used to be populated by the indigenous guanes, being in close proximity with other tribes such as the chibchas, chitarreros, laches and muiscas. Bucaramanga was established as a native town in 1622 and some mines were operated by the spaniards were established in the neighboring areas.During the XIXth century the town formally became a "Villa". At the end of that century it endured political struggles between craftsmen and traders, while during the XXth it had to endure the misery left over from the Thousand Day's War. The city managed to thrive and became one of the most important cities in modern Colombia. Its touristic atractions and hotel enterprises made the city grow and is now known as the "Pretty City". It also has very atractive parks, which earned the nickname "The City of Parks".