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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.