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Flight from Bogotá to Cúcuta with Viva

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Monument of the Battle of Cúcuta

Visit this historical place where you can learn a little about the battle of Cúcuta, Simón Bolívar and his passage through the city, also from there you can sit and relax while you see the panoramic view of the city. It is located in a place called the 'Loma de Bolívar', in the avenue 18 with transversal 17

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Gran Colombiano Park

If you want to learn about the origins of the Republic, you must visit this historical complex, declared a National Monument in 1971, where the iconic places of the department and the country are located. It is made up of sites such as the birthplace of General Francisco de Paula Santander and the ruins of the Santa Ana chapel, this legendary place is in Villa del Rosario on the international via San Antonio highway at kilometer 6 along the Panamericana highway.

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Jesus Nazareno Hill

Come and enjoy a 360° view from this beautiful viewpoint. There you can see Jesús Nazareno, a metal sculpture at least 25 meters high. To get to this viewpoint you must climb the Cerro Jesús Nazareno and take a long walk, it is also an ideal place to do sports or make plans as a family.

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Pamplonita Eco park in Cúcuta

Cúcuta It is a fantastic completely natural place, with green areas and a diversity of plants. It has 2 viewpoints towards the Pamplonita River, a pedestrian section below the Elías Mauricio Soto bridge and a direct pedestrian connection to it. In this place, children can have fun with their parents in a colorful cybernetic fountain and hanging gardens in the center of the park. It is located on the Malecón, more specifically on the Elías Soto bridge.

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San Jose Cathedral

This is the most important Catholic Church in Cúcuta is the Cathedral of San José. It is located in front of the Santander Park on avenue 5 between street 10 and 11. It stands out for its Neoclassical style and for housing the images of Our Lady of Cúcuta and San José, these were not destroyed by the 1875 earthquake that brought down the small existing temple in the place. The Cathedral is available from Monday to Saturday from 7am to 9am, 12am and 6pm, and Sundays 7am, 12am, and 6pm.

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The Historic Temple of Villa del Rosario

Come and see this temple built in memory of the original church that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1875. It is considered a national monument, since the congress of Cúcuta was formed there and the first constitution of Gran Colombia was signed in 1821. It is located in Villa del Rosario, right next to the Birthplace of General Francisco de Paula Santander, and is part of the municipalities that are within the Metropolitan area of Cúcuta.

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Monument of the Battle of Cúcuta

Visit this historical place where you can learn a little about the battle of Cúcuta, Simón Bolívar and his passage through the city, also from there you can sit and relax while you see the panoramic view of the city. It is located in a place called the 'Loma de Bolívar', in the avenue 18 with transversal 17

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Gran Colombiano Park

If you want to learn about the origins of the Republic, you must visit this historical complex, declared a National Monument in 1971, where the iconic places of the department and the country are located. It is made up of sites such as the birthplace of General Francisco de Paula Santander and the ruins of the Santa Ana chapel, this legendary place is in Villa del Rosario on the international via San Antonio highway at kilometer 6 along the Panamericana highway.

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Jesus Nazareno Hill

Come and enjoy a 360° view from this beautiful viewpoint. There you can see Jesús Nazareno, a metal sculpture at least 25 meters high. To get to this viewpoint you must climb the Cerro Jesús Nazareno and take a long walk, it is also an ideal place to do sports or make plans as a family.

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Pamplonita Eco park in Cúcuta

Cúcuta It is a fantastic completely natural place, with green areas and a diversity of plants. It has 2 viewpoints towards the Pamplonita River, a pedestrian section below the Elías Mauricio Soto bridge and a direct pedestrian connection to it. In this place, children can have fun with their parents in a colorful cybernetic fountain and hanging gardens in the center of the park. It is located on the Malecón, more specifically on the Elías Soto bridge.

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San Jose Cathedral

This is the most important Catholic Church in Cúcuta is the Cathedral of San José. It is located in front of the Santander Park on avenue 5 between street 10 and 11. It stands out for its Neoclassical style and for housing the images of Our Lady of Cúcuta and San José, these were not destroyed by the 1875 earthquake that brought down the small existing temple in the place. The Cathedral is available from Monday to Saturday from 7am to 9am, 12am and 6pm, and Sundays 7am, 12am, and 6pm.

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The Historic Temple of Villa del Rosario

Come and see this temple built in memory of the original church that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1875. It is considered a national monument, since the congress of Cúcuta was formed there and the first constitution of Gran Colombia was signed in 1821. It is located in Villa del Rosario, right next to the Birthplace of General Francisco de Paula Santander, and is part of the municipalities that are within the Metropolitan area of Cúcuta.

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Monument of the Battle of Cúcuta

Visit this historical place where you can learn a little about the battle of Cúcuta, Simón Bolívar and his passage through the city, also from there you can sit and relax while you see the panoramic view of the city. It is located in a place called the 'Loma de Bolívar', in the avenue 18 with transversal 17

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Gran Colombiano Park

If you want to learn about the origins of the Republic, you must visit this historical complex, declared a National Monument in 1971, where the iconic places of the department and the country are located. It is made up of sites such as the birthplace of General Francisco de Paula Santander and the ruins of the Santa Ana chapel, this legendary place is in Villa del Rosario on the international via San Antonio highway at kilometer 6 along the Panamericana highway.

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Jesus Nazareno Hill

Come and enjoy a 360° view from this beautiful viewpoint. There you can see Jesús Nazareno, a metal sculpture at least 25 meters high. To get to this viewpoint you must climb the Cerro Jesús Nazareno and take a long walk, it is also an ideal place to do sports or make plans as a family.

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Pamplonita Eco park in Cúcuta

Cúcuta It is a fantastic completely natural place, with green areas and a diversity of plants. It has 2 viewpoints towards the Pamplonita River, a pedestrian section below the Elías Mauricio Soto bridge and a direct pedestrian connection to it. In this place, children can have fun with their parents in a colorful cybernetic fountain and hanging gardens in the center of the park. It is located on the Malecón, more specifically on the Elías Soto bridge.

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San Jose Cathedral

This is the most important Catholic Church in Cúcuta is the Cathedral of San José. It is located in front of the Santander Park on avenue 5 between street 10 and 11. It stands out for its Neoclassical style and for housing the images of Our Lady of Cúcuta and San José, these were not destroyed by the 1875 earthquake that brought down the small existing temple in the place. The Cathedral is available from Monday to Saturday from 7am to 9am, 12am and 6pm, and Sundays 7am, 12am, and 6pm.

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The Historic Temple of Villa del Rosario

Come and see this temple built in memory of the original church that was destroyed by an earthquake in 1875. It is considered a national monument, since the congress of Cúcuta was formed there and the first constitution of Gran Colombia was signed in 1821. It is located in Villa del Rosario, right next to the Birthplace of General Francisco de Paula Santander, and is part of the municipalities that are within the Metropolitan area of Cúcuta.

Questions frequent for Cucuta

The town is "La Playa de Belén", it is located 200 kilometers from Cúcuta. It was declared a National Monument in 2005. In 1995, it was also listed as the most beautiful municipality in Norte de Santander.

It is recognized thanks to the large number of trees it exhibits, which exceeds the number of inhabitants, Cúcuta is also known as the 'Green City', and for its beauty, it has received nicknames such as the 'Pearl of the North'.

The best zone to stay in Cúcuta is around Ventura Plaza Mall. This central and well-connected area houses the main places of historical and cultural interest in the city, nightlife areas, restaurants, shops and the best accommodation options.

Cúcuta has a warm climate, with an average temperature of 30 °C. It is important that you wear fresh clothes, use sunscreen, and you constantly hydrate.

Due to the climate, it would be thought that it is common to wear shorts and skirts, however jeans are the favorite garment for Cucuteños whether to go out to work, have dinner, dance, or spend the afternoon.

The city has the Camilo Daza International Airport, which has important national and international connections.

To get to Cúcuta through this border crossing it takes approximately 45 minutes by taking a bus near the Virgen del Carmen church, to arrive there you walk along the main avenue once you leave the bridge.

Among the most acclaimed dishes, you will find the corn mute, the Hallacas, the cabrito, the sweet cut of milk of goat and the solteritas.

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