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You can reach the Coffee Cultural Landscape through the airports of any of the three cities Armenia, Manizales or Pereira.
Overland access is also easy, the roads are excellent and the Cultural Coffee Landscape is geographically very central.
The airport is called El Edén. It operates domestic flights.
Armenia is 55 minutes by air from Bogotá.
Overland, the road leads to Armenia bus terminal.
The airport is called La Nubia, 8km (5 miles) from the city center.
Manizales is 50 minutes by air from Bogotá.
Overland, the road leads to the bus Terminal, with connections to man y other regional centers. There are also shops and restaurants.
The airport is called Matecaña, 15 minutes from the city center. It operates flights to and from the US and Europe.
Pereira is 45 minutes by air from Bogotá.
Por vía terrestre se llega al Terminal de Transportes de Pereira, ubicado a 10 minutos del centro de la ciudad, en el cual operan rutas hacia las principales ciudades del país.
Overland the road leads to the bus Terminal, 10 minutes from the city center, with connections to other regional centers.
Overland access between Coffee Triangle destinations is comfortable. The roads are good, and the cities are all within an hour of each other.