If you’re travelling to Medellín or Bogata and have a little extra time up your sleeve, you’ll want to include a visit to Salento – the only question is how you’ll get there. Regardless of which city you’re travelling from, this guide will help ensure you make it to and from the quaint town of Salento safely, comfortably and without spending a fortune. Bogata to Salento Bus (or Salento to Bogata) To get to Salento from Bogata, travellers need to transit either via Armenia or Pereira as, at this stage, there are no direct connections. The journey is easy going, even with minimal Spanish, so don’t be put off making the journey. Bogata to Armenia (or Pereira) Buses depart frequently from Terminal De Transporte Salitre and tickets are readily available to purchase, even if you’re looking to depart on the next bus. When you make it to the terminal, take the entrance on the right and you’ll find the ticket counters directly in front of you. Though there are many companies offering reliable transfers to Armenia, look out for Expreso Palmira, Velotax and Fronteras. Pro Tip: We made the mistake of standing in the Velotax line and being pulled out by a local […]
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