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Miami to Barranquilla Route Information

Cheapest Fare:
Travel Distance:1,092 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:American Airlines, Avianca Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Friday
Weekly Flights:28
Avg. Flight Duration:2.52 Hours

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Airports in Miami

Miami International Airport serves the city of Miami, Florida. It is situated in Miami-Dade County and is approximately 13 kilometers away from the Downtown Miami. The airport is owned by Miami-Dade County and operated by Miami-Dade Aviation Department (MDAD). It is a hub for American Airlines, Miami Air International, and Xtra Airways, Atlas Air, Centurion Air Cargo, FedEx Express, IBC Airways, and UPS Airlines. The airport serves as a focus city for Aruba Airlines, Avianca, Frontier Airlines, and LATAM. It offers both passenger & cargo service for both domestic & international destinations. These destinations include London, Sao Paulo, Mexico City, Bogota, Cancun, Orlando, Los Angeles, New York, Lima, Buenos Aires, and more. The airport is well connected to the city via car rentals, shuttles, taxicabs, and public transportation.

Explore Barranquilla

As Colombia’s fourth-largest city, located in between the tourist hot spots of Cartagena and Santa Marta, Barranquilla often gets overlooked by visitors. Thought of as an unattractive port town, this gem on the Caribbean coast is home to incredible people and some beautiful sights. Here’s our guide of the best things to do and see in this charming city. Barranquilla is known as the Golden Gate of Colombia because in the late nineteenth century it served as an entrance into the country for passengers and goods. Barranquilla was also a pioneer of commercial aviation in 1919. The capital of the Atlántico is distinguished for the Republican-era architecture about El Prado, as well as its museums, beaches, and festivals. In the surrounding area, tourists can visit creeks, marshes, and other natural attractions.

Things to Do in Barranquilla

Castillo de Salgar

Located outside of the city, next to the sea in Salgar, the Castillo de Salgar is a beautifully restored old castle. It serves as a private events function space but it’s also home to a fantastic restaurant, serving up a mix of cuisines. Escape the city and head to the castle to soak up its beauty at sunset, when its yellow walls reflect the setting sun. A perfect spot to come and avoid the urban crowds, eat a slap-up meal and enjoy some breathtaking views.

Museo del Caribe

The best museum in Barranquilla by far, come to El Museo del Caribe for a fascinating insight into the history and culture of Colombia’s Caribbean coast, quite unlike that of any other part of the country. Providing a fun and interactive experience, this museum is split into different levels and rooms, each displaying different elements of the culture. A special area dedicated to writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez contains an exposition of his best work and is a great place to sit down and read one of his short stories or novels.

Paseo Bolivar

To get a real feel for Barranquilla there’s no better way than heading down to the Paseo Bolivar in the center of the city. Chaotic, busy and filled with people, this what Barranquilla is all about. Be careful with your belongings and don’t hang around after dark, but don’t be afraid to check out the market and various affordable goods on offer. The Paseo Bolivar is also a great place to try a tasty area conqueso or drink coconut water straight out the shell – you can’t get more Barranquillero than this.

Best Time to Fly to Barranquilla

Since the city of Barranquilla is situated near Caribbean coast, it experiences hot and humid tropical climate. It is best to plan a trip in the dry Season, between December-April. The weather in the city is pleasant during these months.

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