BARRANQUILLA
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How to arrive to Barranquilla?
Arrival
Ernesto Cortissoz International Airport is the airport terminal, which transports passengers and cargo in the city; it is located in the municipality of Soledad. It handles several airlines with national and international connections. To plan your visit to the city you can use the services of the different travel agencies available.
Leaving the airport
When leaving the airport Ernesto Cortissoz, order a taxi at the airport station, which delivers a ticket with the fare that you must cancel the taxi driver for transportation service. This service is available 24 hours a day.
How to get to Barranquilla by land
By land there is a road network that connects the city and the state with the main cities of the country. To access this network from the inside and the west of the country, take the path that connects to the Caribbean main road (Troncal del Caribe).

985 km separate the city of Barranquilla from Bogotá. To move between the two cities there are 4 land routes:

1. Chiquinquirá route: Over road 45A, exit the state of Cundinamarca across the municipality of Ubate, which goes by Chiquinquirá in Boyacá and Bucaramanga in Santander. The route then goes by Aguachica in Cesar and Fundación in Magdalena. Then it goes through Ciénaga until Barranquilla.

2. Tunja route: Over road 55, exit the state of Cundinamarca past the municipality of Villapinzón, which goes by Tunja in Boyacá and Bucaramanga in Santander. The route then goes by Aguachica in Cesar and Fundación in Magdalena. Then it goes throughout Ciénaga, until Barranquilla.

3. Los Alpes- Magdalena Medio route: Over road 50 that goes by the municipalities of Facativa and Bagazal. The road exists Cundinamarca through the municipality of Guaduas, and then goes by Hona in Tolima. Then follow road 45 that goes to La Dorada, in Caldas. The road then returns to Cundinamarta by Puerto Salgar and goes by Boyacá through Puerto Serviez. Then it enters the municipality of Santander, bordering Barrancabermeja and exiting through the municipality of Villa de Leyva. It then enters the state of Norte de Santander, goes by Aguachica in Cesar and Fundación in Magdalena. Then goes by Cienaga, until Barranquilla.

4. Siberia- Magdalena Medio route: Over road 50, going by the municipalities of Rosal, La Vega and Nocaima in Cundinamarce. The road exits this state through the municipality of Guaduas, goes by Hona in Tolima. Then follow road 45 that goes to La Dorada, in Caldas. The road then returns to Cundinamarta by Puerto Salgar and goes by Boyacá through Puerto Serviez. Then it enters the municipality of Santander, bordering Barrancabermeja and exiting through the municipality of Villa de Leyva. It then enters the state of Norte de Santander, goes by Aguachica in Cesar and Fundación in Magdalena. Then goes by Cienaga, until Barranquilla.

758 km separate the city of Barranquilla from Medellin. To move between the two cities there are two land routes:

1. San Onofre route: Over road 25, exit the state of Antioquia through the municipality of Caucasia. The route enters the state of Córdoba by Apartada, and it goes through Planeta Rica and Pueblo Nuevo. Then it enters the state of Sucre through Sampues, until Sincelejo. Then it goes by Toluviejo and San Onofre, until entering the state of Bolivar. Then the road goes by the municipalities of Bellavista and Arjona until Santa Catalina, where you enter the state of Atlantico and go past Luruaco, Sabanalarga, Baranoa, unti Barranquilla.

2. Carmen de Bolivar route: The route begins in the municipality of Bello that goes by San Diego, Santa Rosas de Osas and Aguacate, to exit Antioquia through the municipality of Caucasia. The route enters the state of Córdoba by Apartada, and it goes through Planeta Rica and Pueblo Nuevo. Then it enters the state of Sucre through Sampues, until Sincelejo. Then it goes by Toluviejo and San Onofre, until entering the state of Bolivar. Then the road goes by the municipalities of Bellavista and Arjona until Santa Catalina, where you enter the state of Atlantico and go through Luruaco, Sabanalarga, Baranoa, unti Barranquilla.

115 km separate the city of Barranquilla from the city of Cartagena. To move between the two cities there are diferents land routes:

1. Luruaco- Galapa route: Through road 90, the route begins in Palonegro, Bolivar and goes by the municipalities of Santa Rosa, Santa Helena and Clemencia, until Santa Catalina. There you exit Bolivar and enter the state of Atlántico past Luruaco, Sabanalarga, Baranoa and Galapa, until Barranquilla.
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