Founded on December 22 of 1622 in a plateau of the Oriental mountain range, a place where the Guane tribe was settled. Bucaramanga, is a strategic location to stop on the road to the Atlantic coast. Among other things, the capital of Santander stands out for having a pleasant weather around 25 degrees, and its green parks.
What to do in Bucaramanga
Walking through the paths in the parks in order to come in contact with nature while being in the city; visiting old churches, museums and culture centers are amongst the things scheduled by those who arrive to Bucaramanga. Here, the shoe industry stands out, and you may enjoy the local cuisine, based on meat. Close by you can visit the tourist attractions from towns such as Floridablanca and Lebrija.
On the outskirts of Bucarmanga, where you can appreciate plantations of tobacco, coca, pineapple and corn, amongst other products, it’s also possible to enjoy adventure sports. Those who arrive to this city, set deep between mountains, have the possibility to visit places where intense emotions are plentiful derived from practicing activities such as paragliding, rafting and rappel.
Among other things, travelers can go over several parks in Bucaramanga; follow the tracks of Colombian history, in centenary constructions and feel the emotions by adventure sports.