The route from Medellin to Armenia is at a distance of 160 mi (258 km) and it takes about 5 and a half hours of travel. Arauca and Expreso Bolivariano, terrestrial transportation companies, cover this route, providing to the user several schedules and rates for the buses. Armenia has on the surroundings crops of banana and coffee, which receive a lot of visitors. Besides that, there are many properties where you can learn about the cultivation of those grains, being the main promoters of the city's growth. The weather in Armenia is tropical with temperatures that oscillate from 68 °F (20 °C) to 79 °F (26 °C) and the abundant rains are common, what helps to achieve the high production of the crops.
Bus Companies from Medellin to Armenia
The operators provide regulatory bus services from Medellin to Armenia. The buses come with features like trustworthy, punctual and comfortable services at all times. The listed operators offer various types of bus transport services from Medellin to Armenia. Some of the major bus operators between this route are:
The major boarding points in Medellin 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 Medellin are as follows:
Dropping Points in Armenia
The bus stops/halts at a number of drop locations in Armenia. These dropping points usually vary from one operator to another. You can select your ideal drop point in Armenia at the time of ticket booking. Some of the dropping points in Armenia are:
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Medellin is located at 1495 m a.s.l., just 261 mi (420 kms) away from the capital Bogota. It is known as "The eternal spring city" or the "mountain's capital" nicknames that reflect it's attractive weather. It's history stars a number of indigenous tribes that lived on the region since V b.c. The first contact between the spaniards and the people of the Valley of Aburrá happened in 1541, although due to the lack of precious minerals and the resistance from the locals, the area was initially abandoned.In 1616 Medellín was founded with the name of "Poblado de San Lorenzo". In 1826, Medellín was named as capital of the Antioquia department by the National Congress. Modern day Medellín is a prosperous city in constant industrial and social development.
Amenia is the capital of the Department of Quindío, and one of the main cities in the coffee Belt of Colombia. The city was founded on October 14th 1889 by Jesús María Ocampo, who was known as the “Tigrero” (Tiger Killer), as he was a Jaguar hunter. Ocampo bought an extensive terrain where he created a small inn for himself and other pioneers that came from neighboring regions. The city was first known as Villa Holguín in honor of the then president Carlos Holguín Mallarino, but the name was later changed to Armenia in memory to the Armenian Genocide (1915-1923). Many Armenian tourists visit the city for this particular reason.The “City of Miracles” as it is called, benefited itself from highways created early in the XXth century, which allowed the city to easily reach Zarzal and other cities along the Cauca River and allowed it to development as an important trade hub. Armenia was hit badly by a strong earthquake the 25th of January in 1999 but, after 18 years, the city has been rebuilt and is now one of the most visited colombean city by tourists of all parts of the world.