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Cucuta to Pereira Bus Service
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Cucuta to Pereira Bus Distance
Cucuta to Pereira Bus
The route from Cucuta to Pereira is at a distance of 466 mi (750 km) and it takes approximately 14 hours and a half of travel. Fronteras and Expreso Bolivariano, terrestrial transportation companies, provide bus tickets for this route, with low-cost rates and varied schedules for the comfort of the traveller. Pereira was declared in 2011 Heritage of Humanity and named Coffee Cultural Landscape of Colombia. If you are visiting Pereira, you can go through natural routes on the coffee and banana crops, besides practicing extreme sports if you like it. Pereira stands out also for the kindness and undertaking of the inhabitants, that's why it's so nice for the traveller. The average temperature in Pereira is 69 °F (20.5 °C) and it's frequently soaked by tropical rains, so it's very productive. Get ready your implements and adventure equipment if you wish it, because the city offers a diversity if you look for learning something new, relaxing or having exciting moments. If you are also looking for return checkout, please ensure to check Pereira to Cucuta Bus.
Boarding Points in Cucuta
The major boarding points in Cucuta 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 Cucuta are as follows:
Dropping Points in Pereira
The bus stops/halts at a number of drop locations in Pereira. These dropping points usually vary from one operator to another. You can select your ideal drop point in Pereira at the time of ticket booking. Some of the dropping points in Pereira are:
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San José of Cucuta is a colombian municipality, capital of Norte de Santander's department. It's located in the northeast of the country, in the homonymous valley, on the eastern mountain range of the Andes and in front of the border with Venezuela. It's the political, economic, administrative, industrial, cultural and turistic center of the department. The city was named in honor of José de Nazaret and because the name of the cacique who ruled the region before the conquest was Barí Cúcuta.Cucuta is remembered as a military city because in 1821, Simón Bolívar, Francisco de Paula Santander and others heroes of independence, met in the current Villa del Rosario to decree the first constitution that officially declared the independence of Colombia. Santander's park is the central square of Cucuta, where occurred several historic events and public shows. It's located in front of the mayoralty and in front of the San Jose cathedral. In the center of the park there's a bronze bust of the general Santander, created in 1890. Currently, Cucuta is a prosperous city and is very important for the economic sector because limits with Venezuela. Also, stands out for its modern road infrastructure.
Capital of the Risaralda Department, was founded in 1863, and its situated at an average 1550 m a.s.l. although some areas are at 1200 m a.s.l.It is one of the most populared cities in the "coffee belt". During the precolumbian times the area was inhabited by the cultures Quimbaya and Pijao, which were known for their craftmanship. It was first known as "Old Carago", but it adopted the name "Pereira" over time, in memory of Doctor Francisco Pereira Martínez, one of the heroes of the Columbian Independency Campaign who took refuge on the area.During the 1950's, during the Colombian Internal Conflict, the city received a lot of refugeed from different part of the countries, which is the reason of the diversity one can witness in the city. Pereira became known as "The loving, the never-sleeping and brown" because it receives and nurtures everyone who visits the city. It's the touristic hub for the coffee belt and also famous for its nightlife, the "Pearl of the Otún", in honor to the river that crosses the city. It's a municipality with great cultural development and social integration, and also, due to its location, Pereira is a gathering point for commerce between the most important colombian cities like Medellín, cali, Bogotá, Manizales and Armenia.